The Real Techniques Retractable Kabuki Brush is a novelty that differs in packaging from all other Real Techniques brushes.
When Pixiwoo announced the launch of the new Retractable Retractable Brushes, the news thrilled many! Indeed, most of the Real Techniques brand is associated with high-quality and affordable brushes. One of these new products is the Real Techniques Retractable Kabuki Brush.
Outwardly, the brush has changed a lot. It has become much smaller in length and wider in width.
But I was not at all embarrassed by the thickness of the brush. Now there is no need to put it in the brush case. She can easily lie in any free compartment.
Real Techniques Retractable Kabuki Brush Mechanism
It is so simple and primitive that only one question arises: “Why haven’t you done this before with other series of brushes?”. It is convenient and practical.
- Brush pulls out quickly and easily
- She retains her original shape
- The pile is always hidden and closed, which makes it less vulnerable
- You don’t need a special brush case
I think there are enough arguments for not only Real Techniques, but also many other brands to release new brushes with a similar mechanism much more often, at least those intended for the face.
Now about the kabuki brush itself Real Techniques Retractable Kabuki Brush
The brush is quite tightly assembled from the artificial, but soft bristle characteristic of Real Techniques brushes.
What is a kabuki brush for?
If you do not know about the purpose of the kabuki brush, then everything is very simple here.
- Kabuki brush suitable for loose textures
- Due to the densely packed bristles, the kabuki brush allows you to apply a very thin layer of the product
- The brush does not absorb the product, which is why the consumption of the product is minimized
- Most often, kabuki is used for applying loose powder or blush, as well as mineral cosmetics.
I personally use it as a “Clarins Skin Illusion Loose Powder Foundation” brush that replaces my foundation.
Price: £ 11.99
Output: Of course, this brush is not the very first thing, and if you have never thought about purchasing it before this article, then most likely you can live without it for another couple of years. And if you’re always on the lookout for an inexpensive kabuki brush, this is a decent piece.
How do you like the new Real Techniques Retractable collection?
Love pull-out mechanisms or prefer classic handles?