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Real Techniques - The PowderBleu Collection

If you guys follow me on twitter and instagram you'll have seen that last week I arrived home, after what's been a horrific and stressful few days, to a package from real techniques and Influenster. Which was a very pleasant surprise as I really wasn't expecting it. So, I'd just like to state now that I recieved these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes. 
Honestly, I felt spoilt and a little guilty when I opened this up as I really wasn't expecting to receive so much! Real techniques are a brand I have used for a very long time so as you can imagine this was  a treat. Included in the package was four brushes from real techniques new powderbleu collection. This hole collection is designed specifically to use with powder based products. So if you use a lot of powdered makeup these might be perfect for you. 

Firstly, the packaging is to die for. I adore the colour scheme as the royal blue shades just scream absolute luxury and would look gorg…
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