Real Techniques Retractable Kabuki Brush
For Springtime 2014, Nic and Sam Chapman added the Actual Techniques product line and two retractable brushes. The Retractable Bronzer Brush as well as the Retractable Kabuki Brush are made for traveling as each brush has a protective cover which helps you to shelter the bristles when the brush isn't in use.
Both brushes come in a glossy matte metallic casing using a plastic cover that is clear. The look is very lightweight so the brushes are simple to take care of, but the handles continue to be in a great length. The retracting mechanism of the brushes is very exceptional.
Each of the retractable brushes I possess demand utilizing the covering to "shove" the bristles from the casing but with these two, you must manually pull up the gleaming metal bristle guard to fully cover the brush part. Following the alloy guard gathers together the bristles, you just link the bristle guard and the cap and push down before the brush is limited entirely.
A somewhat angled powder brush for applying setting suitable powders, rouge, or bronzers
This one is a superb convenient all in one on the go brush which can be combined with just about any powder products. The bristles will not be pair-fiber, the black bristles just disappear into white close to the end of the brush. The bristles are not very hard but function nicely for both stippling and mixing. There actually is not any disadvantage to the brush as well as the price point is right.
Finishing powders and a company, complete brush made to apply and combine bronzers
Flat top pair fiber brush consists of stiff bristles that are more and shorter fine bristles
My ideas with this brush is some what combined. Also, the more bristles that are white are stiff and quite heavy; they're not hard to the touch however they're a little too difficult for the majority of my pressed powders.