Real Techniques Stippling Brush Review

May 23, 2013

I finally decided it was about time I reviewed the Real Techniques Stippling Brush seeing as it is one of my most requested posts from you guys and seeing as my blog posts may be a little absent over the next few days due to my uni deadline I thought i'd give you guys a post that you have been asking me for :)
When I eventually got round to ordering my first bunch of Real Techniques brushes this brush was one that I added to my basket as a last minute buy due to so many bloggers and youtubers raving about it so I thought it was only right to have this in my collection.
Real Techniques Stippling Brush - Boots - (£11.99)
This duo fibre brush is designed to create a high definition and air brushed finish with the use of all types of make-up. The dual fibres are the main aspect of this brush, as it applies whatever makeup product used lightly to the skin whilst the shorter bristles of the brush softens and stipples by taking away any excess product. 

As I mentioned in one of my recent favourites post, I use both this brush and the RT Buffing Brush to apply liquid foundation but I hadn't really been using the Stippling Brush all that much so I decided to make sure I got good use out of both of the brushes by using the buffing brush for when I want a more full coverage and then using this brush for a more lighter and softer coverage. Since I have been doing this I have literally fallen in love with what this brush does for my skin, it takes my liquid foundation and applies it so evenly to my face whilst giving it a soft, airbrushed effect that leaves a really flawless finish to my face that feels really light, almost as if i'm not wearing that much foundation. I also love how soft this brush is especially as the bristles do look a little harsh and stiff but they are really soft and feels really smooth against the skin. 
From what I have read about this brush it works really well also for applying cream based blushes, liquid and powder highlighters and apparently it works well for apply concealer also although I don't know how true this is.

So that's my review! Hope you are all well and also goodluck to anyone who is taking their exams at the moment!

xx

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24 comments

  1. i really want to try the RT brushes in general but i can't pick them up in stores where i live that why i rather get the brushes that they sell at my local drugstores.
    one day, i will try them and hopefully love them as much as everyone else.
    xx

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    1. Have you tried iherb? they ship to quite a lot of places! xx

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  2. stop blogging and get on with your uni work !!!

    ha

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  3. I love the stippling brush, it's my favourite. Xo

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  4. I know that Uni deadline feeling. I finished last week and the relief after my last exam and assignment was amazing. You just feel free to do what you want without that feeling of guilt!

    I've only ever used mac and sigma brushes so should really give the RT brushes a try, everyone seems so hyped on them!

    Good luck getting through your deadline and then enjoy the summer!

    Samuel James Morris

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    1. Aww so sweet of you. I really want to try the sigma and mac brushes, but i just can't justify anymore brushes at the moment! xx

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  5. I love this brush too! It's perfect for applying cream blushers xx

    Gemma | ♥ MissMakeupMagpie.co.uk

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    1. I may give it a go when i treat myself to topshop cream blush! xx

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  6. Ah I have this brush too :) only bought it recently but absolutely fallen in love with it as well! Good luck with your exams! Justine xx
    www.fashionmixbag.blogspot.com

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  7. It looks lovely, I really want to get one for cream blush! xxx

    Maddy from UNSTITCHEDD 

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    1. I should probably invest in a cream blush or two! xx

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  8. I picked this brush up at the weekend and I'm in love with it :) It applies my cream blushes really well! xx

    belle-amiebeauty.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I'm glad so many of you are saying it works good for cream blushes! xx

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  9. I love this brush for a lighter finish, it's fabulous!

    www.thumbelinalillie.com
    Megan xxx

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  10. love this brush for cream blusher and buffing in concealer :)

    great blog + pictures

    http://blondeambition3.blogspot.com

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  11. i had a really bad experience with this particular brush, when i bought it and got it home the bristles just fell straight out, the glue or something hadnt stuck them in, so i brought it back and got another thinking it was just that brush. wrong. i ended up trying 5 of the same brushes and the bristles just kept falling out. majorly disappointed.

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    1. No way.. I don't mean to sound rude but are you using it correctly? It just doesn't make sense :S xx

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  12. I'm contemplating getting either this or the Beauty Blender - both seem to use the same stipping/bouncing technique and give airbrushed results. This is cheaper! But I'm yet to find a side-by-side comparison, and I use minimal foundation and loads of pressed powder.
    My Beauty Junction

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    1. I've never come across the beauty blender that you're speaking about.. sorry xx

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