Dupe: Real Techniques Brushes

Thursday, July 18, 2013 Holly 10 Comments



 
 
 



Hello guys, hope you're having a lovely week!
 Today I thought I'd share with you a recent find- dupes of the Real Techniques brushes that are available for two pounds! (I know right!)


I stumbled across these brushes whilst searching for 'makeup brushes' on Ebay. At first glance I thought it was just someone selling a Real Techniques brush at a good price, but on a closer look I realised that it was just a very good dupe. As you can see from the photos above, the design's are pretty much identical, there is very little difference apart from the fact that the Ebay brush remains unlabelled and is a shade lighter. 

Although excited by my Ebay find, I was slightly reluctant to buy the brush as it would be coming all the way from Hong Kong, I was worried they would get lost in the post or arrive a undefinable mess of synthetic hair and crushed handle! I ordered it anyway, for two pounds it was worth the try! It arrived earlier than I anticipated, about two weeks later, you can imagine my excitement when a little parcel addressed to Holly arrived through the post! (I always find ordering online is like buying a present 'to me, from me'!)

The seller has a selection of brushes, including ones comparable to the blush brush and expert face brush. I chose one similar to the buffing brush, as I have always been reluctant to buy the whole core collection in order to get just one brush I want. I'm not able to compare it directly to the real techniques buffing brush, but I have already used it a couple of times, and it works really well. It provides a lovely even application that needs little amount of effort. It's worth mentioning that the brush wasn't as dense as I imagined it to be, although maybe this is a good thing as an application won't be as harsh on your face.

I think these brushes are perfect if you're first starting getting into makeup and are unwilling to pay ten pounds just for a brush. They're also great to just throw in your bag for a night out or in the day, you won't have to worry so much about losing them!
 
 
If you're interested in taking a look at these brushes I have linked the seller here.


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10 comments:

  1. This is an ace find! I will definitely be checking these out on ebay.

    http://melissalovesthis.blogspot.com/

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    1. Yes I was so excited when I found it!

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  2. ohhh gosh, thankyou so much for sharing, I have a few real techniques brushes but will defo be ordering what i'm missing from here! xx

    Charlotte|LongHairDontCare

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    1. That's ok! Yes they're really good and so cheap! Thanks for commenting!

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  3. I love my real techniques foundation brush, it leaves such a lovely finish! Lovely blog, following! x
    http://theadventuresofhann.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Yes they're lovely! Aw thank you for following!

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  4. Did not know there would be dupes for the real techniques brushes! Thanks for sharing!
    <3 Pauline, Addicted to Makeup

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    1. Yes was such a good find! It's okay!

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  5. They've copied the RT brushes well, nice!

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    1. Yes they have, so happy I found them!

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