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Real Techniques Bold Metals 200 - Lazy Girls Take Note

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Real Techniques Bold Metals 200
Although I only bought this brush a couple of days ago, once I tried it I knew it was love. As I said I planned on not buying any of the new Real Techniques Bold Metals brushes but here we are. I had noticed that I was missing a certain brush from my collection. One that could do fast, one colour sweeping and blending. And this one just looked like it might just be up to the task. And it really was!

This brush is pretty rockin'. This is the 200 Oval Shadow and it is a real winner. It's quite a large shadow brush that works perfectly at sweeping shadows over the lid. It's my "not arsed to do more than one eyeshadow" brush and I'm happy to have it. My morning and evening make-up routines have really benefited from the ease of using this brush.

You can also definitely tell that these are higher quality compared to the original Real Techniques range. this brush is so soft and lux feeling. It's just really nice to use. It is over the €20 mark but when using it you can feel the difference. And when compared to MAC or Nars it's still reasonably affordable.

I have to say that my only complaint is that  the packaging just isn't that appealing to me. I'm not a fan of rose gold (shock!) and silver, which are the colours of these brushes. They do feel really heavy and high quality but as a girl who loves black packagin,g I don't enjoy looking at this brush on my dressing table.

I have to say I'm so impressed with this brush overall. I love the quality. I love that it's synthetic, a rarity for more expensive brushes. And I love that it's so easy to use.

What do you think? Have you tried any of this collection?

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