Real Techniques Sculpting Brush & Concealer Brush Review


A few days ago, I mentioned the new additions to the Real Techniques lineup. If you're a fan of the original range then I think you'll be interested in getting your hands on these additions. The Real Techniques Sculpting Brush* is an angled brush ideal for contouring.


Like the rest of the face brush range, the sculpting brush is sturdy, dense and super soft. I've also given this a wash and it doesn't shed - I find Real Techniques are pretty well made. This brush is great for contouring as it makes your product really easy to blend out. As the brush head is fairly short, it makes it much easier to control your brush.
I also think this brush would be great for blusher too. I personally find the RT blush brush too large for applying blush so this is a much better option. I love this brush and whether you're a Real Techniques fan or not, its definitely a brilliant brush to own. It's priced £9.99


The Real Techniques Concealer brush* is an angled brush used for concealing and highlighting.


Real techniques brushes have a flat bottom so they can be stood up but this just wont stand up at all. It's no biggie but I thought I'd mention it. The brush is dense and soft - its not as soft as some other concealer brushes I've used but I like that the angled shape can easily work concealer into the area around the nose and under the eye. Its also good for highlighting under the brows to define the brow area. This retails for £7.99. 
You can purchase both these from The Beauty Chamber - I've purchased Sigma brushes from there before and they arrived super quick. I'd recommend both these, especially the sculpting brush which I have a feeling is going to be really popular!

Do you like Real Techniques brushes?


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26 comments

  1. i love the look of these brushes! i've been looking at getting these for a while so affordable

    oliviamulhearn.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. I love the look of the Sculpting brush! I'd probably use it for applying foundation too. Not too sure about the concealer brush though. I tend to use the Deluxe Crease or the Contour Brush to buff concealer in. Lovely review.
    Cint @ Makeup and Messes xx

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  3. Great reviews! :) xx

    http://silverandrosy.blogspot.com

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  4. Ooo you have certainly tempted me! These brushes look lovely! :)
    Www.aletterfromem.blogspot.co.uk xx

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  5. they just had this duo n a sale through ipsy bag! I think I might buy these!!

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  6. They sound so good and fairly affordable! Abi :)
    MyW0rldMyView

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  7. The sculpting brush looks amazing! I NEED!!!

    x x | daisydaisyxxo

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  8. I love RT brushes they are one of my favourites, i have posted about them loads.. I have never seen the Sculpting brush but it looks amazing! xx

    www.chelseaabbott.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. These look great! Will definitely be buying both when I soon (:
    ABlogByPhilippa

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  10. I will definitely be picking up the sculpting brush!

    www.britishbeautyaddict.com

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  11. The sculpting brush reminds me a lot of the Makeup Geek Angled Stippling Brush which I love for applying blush. I will have to give this a try!

    Hilary | TheBeautyCollective

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  12. I find the problem with standing alone affects a lot of the smaller RT brushes, even though they have flat bottoms (ha!). I'm definitely interested in the Sculpting Brush though!
    Rebecca | The Two Twenty Somethings
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  13. The sculpting brush sounds really good! xo

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  14. I love the real techniques brushes, and definitely want to get my hands on these! I too find the blush brush a little too big, however I love the feel of it! My favourite is the expert face brush, and the sculpting brush looks similar, I can't wait to try it.

    www.alexandralouise0409.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. The sculpting brush looks really good! *goes and places order!* Nikki x lipstickdrawer.blogspot.co.uk

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  16. I'm really glad you made a post about these, I had seen their new fancy ones that were really expensive and I was hoping that they'd come out with a cheaper version of the contour one. I love real techniques brushes and will have to pick these up! Great post!

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  17. I'm so into these brushes. I swear by the Real Technique brushes and I'm planning on adding these to my collection. Great post :)

    I just started my own fashion/beauty/lifestyle blog so if anyone would like to check that out I would really appreciate it!! xx

    http://not-so-new-york.blogspot.com

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  18. I love the look of both of these, but especially the sculpting brush!

    nueyork.blogspot.com

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  19. I love these brushes - thanks for sharing :)
    xo Carina

    the golden avenue

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  20. I love these brushes, especially the concealer one as it's angled perfectly like you said. I currently have to use my finger round my eye because my other brush is too flat to use comfortably round my eye/nose area. £7.99 doesn't break the bank either! :) x

    raytoria.blogspot.co.uk

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  21. I haven't spotted these just yet - I love the look of the sculpting brush! I was eyeing up the Bold Metals Contour brush but this seems fairly similar for less than half the price! I'm torn!

    www.ceejayell.blogspot.co.uk

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  22. These seem amazing and I'm needing brushes like these so I'll be sure to pick some up if I ever see them.

    Jackie | fashionxfairytale | bloglovin' |

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  23. RT brushes are my favs. xox

    http://www.rainbowsandunicornsblog.co.uk/

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  24. Love the look of the contour brush - seems much more affordable than the one in the Bold Metals line! xx

    Magpie Jasmine || Palette Giveaway: Urban Decay, Nars, Charlotte Tilbury, Too Faced

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  25. I think I'm gonna check out the sculpting one it looks so good I'd like to get the one from their new collection but its soooo expensive xx

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  26. I really need the Sculpting brush! Ok, I don't need it but I want it!

    Autumn Leaves - Blogging Tips & Beauty Blog

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