Sculpting Brush ($9.99), and I knew it was one I needed to try.
I’ve had fairly good luck with finding brushes that work beautifully and are of high quality, but when it came to contouring I just could not find anything that worked how I wanted it to. Every bronzing and powder brush I had tried were either too thin and created really harsh, obvious lines, or they were too big and fluffy, resulting in way to much bronzer being applied.
This new brush from Real Techniques is the best of both worlds – narrow and shaped with a slight angle to allow you to get the product exactly where you want it, but full enough to buff out any harsh lines and soft enough to just glide across the skin. I find that with this brush, I’m able to get right into the hollows of my cheeks, allowing me to really give a good contour to my face. It also works perfectly for contouring around my jawline and forehead.
I like how densely packed the bristles are, yet they still remain soft and flexible. This brush reminds me a lot of RT’s Expert Face Brush, but angled and with a different colored handle. It has that same dense brush head that allows you to really work the product and buff it in. Definitely being added to my list of awesome affordable brushes.
Have you tried out the new Sculpting Brush yet?