Review: Real Techniques PowderBleu Collection

The PowderBleu Collection is a limited collection of brushes that has FauxBleu Technology. This technology is the engineering of synthetic bristles to perform similarly to blue squirrel hair. The technology is a聽combination of soft, long tapered with unique wavy bristles and optimized for layering powder without disrupting makeup already applied.

I have two brushes from the collection: the B01 Soft Powder Brush and B04 Soft Shadow Brush.

Real Techniques PowderBleu Collection B01 Soft Powder Brush 20190203_234343
Real Techniques PowderBleu Collection B04 Soft Shadow Brush 20190203_235324

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E.L.F. Foundation Brush

I started using liquid foundation not too long ago. I used sponges for application, but buying good quality ones eventually became expensive. I don’t settle for cheap sponges because they break easily or smell. After several times that a foundation brush was used on me I decided to own one and try it myself. So I bought this E.L.F. Foundation Brush:

E.L.F. Foundation Brush 001v2

On the back of the packaging:

  • Achieve an ultra-smooth, pore-less finish when applying foundation or tinted moisturizer.
  • For best results use upward strokes.

E.L.F. Foundation Brush 002v2

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Etude House Stippling Brush and Goodbye Trouble BB Magic Cream

I bought from Etude House just some days after their opening here last year. My first purchase was their BB Cream. Then I bought Jan a BB Cream and a stippling brush for myself in my second visit. The second visit earned me a free folder with Min Ho on the cover and a membership card (which I’ve only used once until now). In this post, I’ll reviewi both the stippling brush and bb Cream. It’s been long overdue. Browsing through unsorted pictures from my camera made me realize my backlog here.

Etude House 001
Let’s just say that the Goodybe Trouble BB Magic Cream is mine. LOL

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