Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Real Techniques/ Bold Metals Collection

Real Techniques have been teasing us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter these last few days over their shiny new launch for 2015, Bold Metals Collection was romoured to launch on the 31st of January, but it seems they hit Boots website here in the UK today! Shop the whole collection here, or if you like the sound of a particular brush I've linked them all below for you.

The Bold Metals Collection is very special and I am dying to get my hands on them, well one brush in particular. If you own some of the original collection you'll probably think these are pretty steep on the pricing, however it is justfied as these are weighted pro style brushes, if you are looking to get a brush collection get these, staple basics but such high quality you cant go wrong.

Sam & Nic Chapman the sisters behind Real Techniques have worked tirelessley to bring you this collection, over a years work has gone into the design, shape, useage, and the softest bristles yet.

The original RT brushes are super soft so I am really excited to see just how soft these are. The tapered handles make them easy to keep in a pro belt, great news for MUA's. The weighted handles give you greater control whilst applying your make up, and the colour of the bristles allow for precise pick up on the bristles as you can see how much is on the brush.

The collection consists of 6 brushes:

Arched Powder Brush £25 for application of pressed or loose powder.
Tapered Blush Brush £24 Apply powder or cream blush perfectly with this tapered brush.
Triangle Foundation Brush £22 Created with perfect angles for application round the eyes, nose and contours of the face.
Flat Contour Brush £22 Use to apply contouring products to create depth and dimension to the face.
Oval Shadow Brush £15 Use for blending cream or powder shadow to the eyelids.
Pointed Crease Brush £12 Perfectly angled to allow for precsion application of shadow to the eyelid crease.
Angled Liner Brush £10 Great for applying gel liner or shadow as liner. Angled for ease of use around the eyes.

I have my eye on the angled foundation brush, which ones are you lusting after?

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  1. I am not too sure how I feel about these Brushes compared to the originals yet~ ^ ^
    But I am interested in learning about them! ^ - ^


  2. They look so linviting dont they! I must get my hands on the angled one though! Are you goign to try any of them?

    I'm now following you :) xx