Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Real Techniques Bold Metal Collection Launch

I have said this before and I’ll say it again  - Real Techniques is the only brushes I trust to do the job of my makeup. Real Techniques were the first brushes I was using and till this day remain my trusty loyal applicators.


Back late last year (once again very delayed) I was invited along to the Real Techniques Bold Metal Collection Launch event. Held at the Mon Bijou Penthouse of the Adelphi Hotel in the Melbourne CBD.


We were rubbing shoulders with Rachael Brook, beauty ambassador of Chemcorp International who gave us a demonstration of the Bold Metals collection at use through makeup application. Rachel was really engaging with us answering any questions we had and giving us tips along the way on how best to apply makeup.

The Bold Metals Collection has featured colored brushes of metallic gold, silver and rose gold. All those fancy and luxurious colors that make you go ‘oh la la’. With the highest-grade synthetic brush fibres they are super soft on the skin and very light weight for precision when using for application.
In the collection there were 7 brushes:


GOLD - BASE:
100 Arched Powder brush (RRP $65) – A dome cut brush which flawlessly sweeps across the face when using pressed or loose powders.
101 Triangle Foundation brush (RRP $59) – A dual function brush which has a flat edge to cover large face areas and angled edges for contouring those pesky areas like near the eyes and nose.

SILVER – EYES:
200 Oval Shadow brush (RRP $39) – A luscious round brush allowing you to give easy blending all over the eyes.
201 Pointed Crease brush (RRP $39) – A densely packaged, tapered bristled brush which is perfect for working magic on the smoky eye look.
202 Angled Liner brush (RRP $39) – A firm, slanted head brush which fits close to the lash line for killer eyeliner.

ROSE GOLD – FINISH:
300 Tapered Blush brush (RRP $59) – A brush the helps brush highlights and sculpt the cheeks for a streak less finish.
301 Flat Contour brush (RRP $65) – A dense and narrow shaped head to shadow and highlight the areas of your face that you want to contour.

L to R: Jasmine from Sweetaholic-Beauty, Katt from Chanelkxo and myself at the launch

There has just been a new baby launched 203 Tapered Shadow brush (RRP $39) which is part of the silver eyes range. The Tapered Shadow brush is densely packed and precision cut, making it the prefect tool to blend shadows into the crease and eyeline, creating a seamless finish. This brush would be brilliant for acing those smoky eye looks.

The Bold Metals Collection range can be found in store at Priceline or available on the Real Techniques website. 



Disclosure: This post has been made in collaboration with Real Techniques - Chemcorp International, I was gifted the range and invited along to the event as above mentioned with no expectation for its promotion here. I received no payment for this review and all opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own.

1 comment:

  1. These sound beautiful and easy to find in your makeup bag. I use Sharon Lee of Beverley Hills brushes which are also lovely. (But black! Hard to find though they do come in a great travel container.) x

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