Real Techniques Sculpting Set

Hey All

When me and the OH were in Falmouth a few weeks ago I popped into superdrug and saw this set which I hadn’t noticed before. This is the Sculpting set, I’d wanted the sculpting brush since the bold metals collection was released and I loved the look of the flat contour brush but didn’t want to pay for the bold metals brushes without being able to feel them. Apologies for the photos in this post I was taking photos in the pod we were staying in as I couldn’t wait to use them.



The set retails for £20.99 and contains the three brushes you can see below. I used to own the setting brush but somewhere along the line it got lost. You can see my original review on it here.


I’m a firm believer of you can never have too many brushes so when this set was on offer for a third off I had to snap it up. For a long time I didn’t really know what you would use a fan brush for so had never wanted one but after seeing a few you tube videos where it was used for highlighter It was in my mind that I needed it. 


As with all real techniques brushes they quality of these are great. They are super soft densly packed where they need to be and wash up great. This set does have the shiny handles which to be honest I don’t like as much as the matte ones. They show up finger prints and scratches easily but it’s nothing that actually effects the brush so I can’t complain too much.

The sculpting brush is amazing. I love it. It’s so dense and picks up product well but not too much. It makes applying contour so easy, and leaves it looking natural. I’ve been favouring this over the contour brush.

The fan brush is so light. I use this for highlighter. Up until getting this set I was using another contour brush. The fan brush picks up a small amount of product and is easy to dust over the cheekbone. I’m glad I’ve picked this set up and I’ve now got this brush.

The setting brush is a great little brush to use to set concealer and I have missed having it. 

Have you grabbed any of the new brushes or this set?

I need some new eye brushes. Any recommendations?

Love M


1 Comment

  1. Karis Brelsford
    June 17, 2015 / 9:48 pm

    I really want the Rose gold brushes, love RT. I agree you can never have too many brushes. Although I have a few and I still use my fingertips a lot. This sculpting set looks really good, I should add it to my collection. KBxx

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