Saturday, 26 March 2016

Real Techniques Brush Cleaning Palette

 
I've been using the Brush Egg for cleaning my brushes for a while now and I love it. However, I've found it a little bit small, so I've wanted something a little bit bigger. A few high end brush palettes started to creep onto the market, but I really did not want to spend a fortune. So when I saw the Real Techniques Brush Cleaning Palette, I got a little over excited. I knew HAD to have it - there were no ifs, no buts, it just went straight into my online shopping basket. 






Real Techniques believe that "great makeup application starts with a clean brush" and I wholeheartedly agree. Every single time I clean my brushes, applying my makeup feels like an absolute dream. So anything that encourages me to clean them more often, is a complete plus in my eyes. The 
Real Techniques Brush Cleaning Palette is designed to extend the life of our brushes. The palette makes it easier to clean, rinse and dry our brushes. The Real Techniques Brush Cleaning Palette is made of plastic which is flexible. On the pack of the palette, there's a little handle which makes it easy to hold. The surface of the palette is all textured in a variety of different ways. The different surfaces are designed for the different types of brushes. There's a surface for large, medium and small brushes, allowing you to work the soap into the brushes. This allows you to get all the makeup out of the brushes and get them as clean as possible.

I have to admit that I do not wash my brushes as much as I should, as I find it to be such a chore. However, I used the Real Techniques Brush Cleaning Palette for the first time last weekend and I was surprised at how easy it was. I was able to get through my 30-odd brushes really quickly and they did not require lots of rinsing or a second wash. Of course, by using a brush palette like this, you don't get the wrinkly horrible hands. I actually think that this is the best £15 I've ever spent, it is so practical and it makes washing brushes dreamy. 

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