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real Techniques Stippling Brush

real Techniques Stippling Brush

real Techniques Stippling Brush

  • Hand cut hair design allows for even and streak free application of makeup
  • Synthetic taklon bristles are non-porous and do not trap or absorb product, bacteria and dead skin cells
  • Bristles are less prone to breakage or damage as well as keep clean and maintain
  • Uniquely shaped and color coded aluminum ferrule
  • Online video tutorials at http://www.youtube.com/user/realtechniques

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About the Stippling Brush

This dual fiber brush is the trade secret for creating airbrushed, high definition results with all types of makeup.

About the Brushes
  • Designed with pro makeup artist Samantha Chapman, Real Techniques brushes combine high-tech materials with innovative design to make creating a pixel-perfect look easier than ever.
  • Synthetic bristles are ultra plush and smoother than the hair you’ll find in other brushes. Since our bristles are synthetic, it’s 100% cruelty-free. The soft fibers help create a flawless, high-definition finish in any type of light from sunlight to harsh indoor lighting.
  • The color-coded system corresponds to the key steps of makeup application so you can create a flawless base, enhanced eyes, and the perfect finish like a pro.
  • Each brush head is hand-cut to the perfect shape, allowing for precise application from dense coverage to a soft, delicate finish.
  • The collection is suitable for a wide range of products and every makeup need from powders, creams, and liquids to mineral makeup, highlighter, and shimmer.
  • Brush names on the handles make for easy reference when creating your favorite look.
Brush Care Tips

We always love sharing our tips on proper brush care, since clean brushes create the best makeup results. We suggest using a brush cleanser to wash them every week if used daily. Here are some step-by-step instructions: Wet the brush with warm water, being careful not to fully immerse the base of the bristles. Place a pea-sized drop of brush cleanser (or any mild cleanser like baby shampoo) in the palm of your hand. Swirl the bristles in the cleanser in a circular motion until the brush is fully lathered. Rinse the bristles, squeezing from the base to the tips to remove excess water. Repeat until the water runs clear and all makeup is removed from the brush. Reshape the bristles to their original form and lay the brush down on a flat surface to dry. You can also gently brush bristles on paper towel to remove buildup.

(Tip: Wash brushes at night so they are dry and ready for use in the morning.)

Makeup Artist Sam Chapman
About Sam

Samantha Chapman lives outside London, England and is a mother of two. She is in high demand as a makeup artist and is a top-rated YouTube beauty guru with 170 million hits and counting. The press acknowledges her as an expert in her field; she is frequently quoted and regularly appears in national and regional press. Sam’s makeup artistry has appeared in publications including Harper’s, Tatler, Brides, Elle, and Cosmo. In the last 15 years, she has worked with top photographers including Nick Knight and Lord Snowdon. Sam also works with celebrities including Sir Paul McCartney, Peaches Geldof, Ashley Tisdale, Charlotte Church, and more. Sam is in constant demand by private clients and students seeking training in her Pixiwoo beauty bootcamps.

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  1. 167 of 172 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Still a good brush (UPDATED 11/2014 ), July 8, 2012
    By 
    Erica

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    This review is from: real Techniques Stippling Brush (Misc.)
    UPDATE 11/2014: I took a star off my review. I felt I needed to because it seems this product has changed, and not for the better.

    I’ve repurchased 3 times since my original review, and this most recent time, about a month ago, I noticed differences. First, and most obvious, was the print on one side of the brush; it used to say “Real Techniques by Samantha Chapman.” It now says “Real Techniques by Sam & Nic Chapman.” I thought nothing of this until I noticed a second, very important difference- this brush hurts! When I stipple my foundation on, the bristles feel spiky and sharp, enough to make my eyes water a bit. I am still using it (part-time – I use a beautyblender, too) because it still applies foundation beautifully, but I’m disappointed in the apparent quality changes.

    ORIGINAL REVIEW: I absolutely love this brush! But I have to say, the reviews are surprising to me. This is a Stippling brush, NOT a buffing brush. If you want to use a brush and ‘buff’ in your foundation, there is a Buffing brush in the Core Collection.

    As far as stippling (picking up a small amount of foundation with just the very tips of the white fibers and gently bouncing the brush over your skin repeatedly until the ‘dots’ overlap to form even, ‘airbrushed’ or ‘pixelated’ coverage) goes, this brush is wonderful.

    Yes, it’s smaller than say a MAC 187 or the ELF stippling brush, but I find that’s helpful in terms of reaching areas on my face such as the sides of my nose or under my eyes that a larger brush is too big for. The compact size and shorter bristles also make a less ‘floppy’ brush, with better resistance. I don’t find that it takes a long time to do my whole face.

    I’ve used this brush with Revlon Colorstay and Estee Lauder Double Wear and it works beautifully with both. Both these foundations dry quickly so I work one section at a time, layering until I reach the desired coverage. I’m able to achieve the same level of coverage as I could using my hands, but with an airbrushed, beautiful finish that doesn’t look like I’m wearing heavy foundation. I also haven’t noticed any shedding. I really love this brush and look forward to trying some of the other brushes/collections.

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  2. 83 of 97 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Best Stippling Brush I’ve Ever Used!!!, January 19, 2012
    By 
    Leah Nicole (Kansas City, KS) –

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    Like many other women, I was on youtube watching makeup videos and I saw so many people with stippling brushes so I decided to buy one. I had a stippling brush once by E.L.F. but I did not like it. The bristles were far too lose for me. It wasn’t bad… I just prefer a brush with a little more thickness… And that E.L.F. brush was lacking. So I decided maybe a different brand would be better. Now, keep in mind that I have never really heard of this brand or seen anyone on youtube with this brush… I just looked up stippling brush on amazon and I loved the design & color so I took the chance and bought it. Let me tell you, I was so happy with this brush. It has just the right amount of thickness… Doesn’t leave any annoying lines/streaks on my face from my liquid foundation. It buffs like a charm, ladies. I use a liquid foundation as well as a cream stick foundation and it blends so well.. Conceals…An incredible airbrushed look.. I threw all of my other brushes out.. This one exceeds..

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  3. 27 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    All the Bristles Fell Out!, March 11, 2013
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    Kyley

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    Well, I had this brush for a little over a week and was really enjoying it but about the 7th time I used it bristles came out all over my face. I looked at the brush and saw that one whole side of them was lifted up and out. I ran it across my hand and the whole clump came out. I’m really disappointed. I liked the brush a lot, it made my foundation smooth and flawless but I’m not okay with a brush with a one week life span. I wouldn’t buy it.

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