Real Techniques Bold Metal Brushes

Can we all just take a moment to appreciate how beautiful these brushes are! Ok, now we're finished admiring the beauty behind the Real Techniques bold metal brushes, I thought what better than to show you the collection and let you guys know if they really are worth investing in and spending your money on.

Since the day the exclusive bold metal Real Technique brushes were released in Boots, I immediately fell in love. However I could never justify spending £15-£25 on 1 makeup brush as I wasn't sure if I would like it. If you read my post on my top Real Technique brushes, then you will know that for Christmas my mom buys me a few sets that I don't have. This year was no different, as she bought me a set of 3 bold metal brushes.

The set my mom got me for Christmas came with the 103 angled powder brush, 300 tapered blush and 200 oval shadow brush. Then when I was shopping on boxing day I noticed a set containing 7 brushes for only £55 instead of £120. The set I purchased came with 100 arched powder, 101 triangle foundation, 300 tapered blush, 301 flat contour, 200 oval shadow, 201 pointed crease and 202 angled liner. 

These brushes are defiently on the more luxury side of the high street, but are still affordable if you are wanting high quality brushes that will last a long time without wearing away. Just like all of the Real Technique brushes, they are categorised into 3 sections; base, eyes and finish. In total there are 9 bold metal brushes. I unfortunetly haven't got 102 triangle concealer and 203 tapered shadow. 

The Bold Metal brushes are priced a little bit higher than the basic range as they are luxe bristles with metallic weighted handles for ultimate control and comfort which is engineered for perfect makeup application. Not only do these make great treats for yourself but they also make great gifts for friends and family, which can also be personalised at certain Boots stores in their emporium. 

 If you have tried these what brush is you favourite? If
you haven't tried these which would you most like to try?


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