The brushes from the Real Techniques Bold Metals collection are so pretty. They are more expensive than regular Real Techniques brushes; but are definitely worth it for the added beauty. I have one Bold Metals brush so far- the 200 Oval Shadow brush (£15 from Boots).
As well as being better looking, it’s also a lot more luxurious in quality compared to their normal brushes. The bristles on this brush are so incredibly soft, the brush handle is shaped in a way that is a joy to hold and it is weighted for extra control when you’re working with it. It’s a real pleasure to use.
The 200 Oval Shadow brush is designed to use with both powder and cream eyeshadows, and it blends beautifully. I like to use it for a wash of colour over my lid, before going in with a smaller and more angled brush to add a darker shade to my crease. I’m actually going to get another one of these brushes, as I discovered that they are great for blending in concealer too- so soft on the under-eye area.
Have you tried any of the brushes from the Bold Metals collection yet?
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