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18-11-2012
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I got the Expert Face brush (instead of the Stippling brush) and Blush brush from RT. Can't wait to try them both!

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Ohh, I love these brushes! At first I had some difficulties with my new foundation (which I wasn't used to), but now that I got it- the Expert Face brush works like a charm. Blending the foundation was never easier, especially when you use, rich, creamy foundation like I do. It gives beautiful, flawless finish. I'm really impressed. For some reason I can't really work with my MAC 190 Foundation brush. I don't know why, but it seems I can't get the best of it.
And the Blush brush is so soft! Definitely hoping to purchase few more RT brushes.

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25-11-2012
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I wanted to try the stippling brush and/or the foundation brush for a while. But I'm afraid they are too flimsy.

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25-11-2012
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I've always preferred fingers, and never liked brushes.
Until the Shiseido buffing brush I got recently...I can't believe I didn't know what I was missing.

Someone wrote about it here:

http://alipstickaday.blogspot.fr/201...ion-brush.html

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27-11-2012
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Has anyone tried the ecotools buffing brush?

I want the real techniques brush but the only store in my city that carries them doesn't sell it on its own and I really don't need the other brushes in the set.

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29-11-2012
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My mum bought me some brush sets from Real techniques and I really love them they are so soft and really good IMO

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Party_Vixen: I've used the ecotools buffing brush and I was pretty pleased with it. For how affordable it is, I think it gets the job done very well and blends nicely. I haven't had any trouble with shedding like I have from some other ecotools brushes.

I haven't seen any real techniques brushes were I live so I can't really say which would be better. They do seem nice too though!

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^ Thank you!

It's on sale at the moment too so I'll pick it up this weekend .

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Has anyone tried the ecotools buffing brush?

I want the real techniques brush but the only store in my city that carries them doesn't sell it on its own and I really don't need the other brushes in the set.
I have tried both Ecotools and Real Techniques buffing brushes and was much more impressed with the Ecotools one. I like a fuller coverage and the Ecotools brush does a better job with that because it’s more “dense” imo. I really wasn’t impressed with the Real Techniques buffing brush despite all the hype.

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08-01-2013
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^ I picked up the ecotools brush the other week and have been using it nonstop since. I don't think I'll go back to my stippling brush or precision one again.

I get absolutely flawless coverage and it doesn't shed one bit.

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I've ordered real techniques expert face brush, rt stippling brush and ecotools domed bronzing brush ... I payed around $28 for all three brushes. can't wait to get them!

http://www.iherb.com/?rcode=vps969

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