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Tell Me This Is a Fluke - Real Techniques Brush by Samantha Chapman

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog. If you see this post elsewhere, it has been stolen!**


I went to Ulta and bought the Real Techniques brushes by Samantha Chapman one half of Pixiwoo.  This post isn't going to be about a thorough and in depth review because at the moment I don't have the time.  Expect a future post about them.

Notice the straight yellow line. Notice the brush.

Right now, I would like to know if this is a fluke.  I pulled out my detail brush and noticed a curve.  This is new and straight out of the box.  I don't remember sitting on the box nor do I remember getting all "Hulky" and bending it in anger.

I showed it to my friend who is into "man tools" and he said in matter-a-fact voice, "It is ergonomically bent."

WHAT????? Well, to tell you the truth my finger rests there and it works as well as a straight brush but really, I don't think so.

Anyway, I noticed my other brushes weren't made this way and wondered about returning them.  But, it is only one brush that came in a nice set, and I like the rest of my brushes (because they are synthetic).  I figured I will just live with the "ergonomic curve" until it starts to bother me which will probably be in a few weeks.




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