90’s fashion and makeup is all the craze these days. Nic from Pixiwoo takes you back to this iconic decade and shows you how to recreate this glamorous look, inspired by 90’s supermodels, using Real Techniques brushes.
For this trendy supermodel look, Nic draws inspiration from her favourite 90’s supermodels like Kate Moss and Linda Evangelista while sharing her thoughts on the differences and similarities between 90’s makeup and current makeup trends. She keeps her base light and then uses a palette of natural brown shadows to create a beautifully blended eye makeup look. To complement her eye makeup, Nic finishes off with a nude-coloured lip liner and lipstick. It doesn’t get anymore 90’s-esque than this supermodel look!
Get the same retro gradient blue eye makeup look as Sam from Pixiwoo. Sam herself shows you how to recreate this stunning, gradient blue look from her Instagram in 5 minutes using Real Techniques brushes.
To achieve this easy blue makeup look worn by Sam, start by applying a foundation with the Miracle Complexion Sponge. Continue to blend out the foundation using the Expert Face brush for a smooth finish. Use the Medium Shadow brush to apply a cream eyeshadow as a base. Working from the lashline upwards, apply blue eyeshadow. With the Instapop Crease brush, blend the shadow up to the socket and down along the lower lashline. Take a lighter blue eyeshadow and apply it with the Crease brush. Use the Crease brush again to tidy up under the eyes with a bit of concealer. Using the Instapop brush, gently press a bright blue eyeshadow to into centre of the lid. Apply blush to the cheeks with the Multitask brush. Finish off the look with a nude lip colour using the Precision Smudge brush.
If you are still obsessed with the Royal Wedding like we are, see how to get this easy wedding day makeup look worn by Lady Kitty Spencer. If you are getting married or even attending a wedding create this look by following along to this makeup tutorial with Sam from Pixiwoo.
For the royal event with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Harry’s cousin Kitty wore this simple bright makeup look. Create the eye makeup look with light toned eyeshadow as well as a darker colour in the corner of the eye and lower lashline. Apply a soft, peachy blush to the apple of the cheeks. Watch this makeup tutorial to see the rest of the steps to creating the Royal Wedding makeup look for yourself.
To celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, see how to get the new Duchess of Sussex’s wedding makeup look of glowing skin, bold brows, smokey eye makeup, and pink lips. Nic from Pixiwoo shows you how to recreate the makeup look Meghan Markle wore in the 2018 Royal Wedding in a few steps using Real Techniques brushes.
For the Royal Wedding Meghan Markle wore her classic makeup look. Nic takes you through every step of the look from a light, glowing foundation to delicately pink lips while sharing her thoughts on the new addition to the Royal family. What makes this look unique to Meghan is the bold brows, so don’t forget to define and intensify your own. Watch this makeup tutorial to recreate the Royal Wedding makeup look for yourself.
Get the same makeup look as Blake Lively from the 2018 Met Gala. Sam from Pixiwoo shows you how to get this easy, super glamorous makeup look using Real Techniques brushes.
To get this red carpet makeup look, start by applying a primer with the Expert Face brush to get your makeup to last as long as possible. Using the same makeup brush or the Miracle Complexion makeup sponge, pop medium coverage foundation on. Start the eye makeup with the Medium Shadow brush and a medium tone all over the eyelid as a base colour. In the crease of the eye apply a brick colour and the Crease brush. For the detail of the looks use the Instapop brush. Add a pop of gold to the inner part of the lid using the Shading brush. Work your eyeliner into the lash line with the Smudger brush.
Tidy up underneath the eyes with a touch of concealer and the Deluxe Crease brush. Set the under eyes so the concealer stays in place with a loose powder and the Setting brush. Apply a highlighter with the Fan brush to the cheek. Finish the look by adding a brick red lip colour using the Detailer brush for precise colour.
There were tons of great looks at Coachella, and no one caught our eye more than pop sensation Rihanna. We took inspiration from RiRi’s stunning pink eyelashes and pink eyeliner to bring you this colourful makeup tutorial, perfect for the festival season!
To get the look, prep your skin with moisturiser. Add a glowing primer on top of that, using the Expert Face Brush to put it on and make sure it’s evenly distributed. With the Miracle ComplexionSponge, apply a layer of foundation, making sure to keep it light and fresh. It’s now time to start adding pops of colour! Using the Medium Shadow Brush, apply pink eyeshadow. Grab a burgundy coloured eyeliner and run that along the lash line. Use the Precision Smudge Brush (say that three times fast!) to make that line a little bit smudgy. Put some red mascara on, and then use the Deluxe Crease Brush to blend in concealer under the eye. Add some blue mascara on the bottom lashes, to give the look another vibrant pop of colour. Using the Insta Pop™Cheek Brush, add some bronzer on the cheeks. Finish off this fun festival look by taking our FineLiner Brush and drawing some freckles!
Learn how to perfectly blend foundation into your skin using a makeup brush. Sam and Nic from Real Techniques show you how to get a flawless base by applying foundation with the Expert Face Brush.
The Real Techniques Expert Face Brush is packed full of bristles to easily apply and blend makeup. Slightly dip the makeup brush into your foundation, then apply on the centre of the face working outwards. Let the brush do the work as you blend in product for a flawless finish.
Margot Robbie, the star from I, Tonya, rocked the red carpet at the 2018 Oscars with a beautiful, natural makeup look. In this video, Nic from Pixiwoo shows you how to recreate Margot’s makeup using Real Techniques brushes. It’s the perfect look for your next awards ceremony ... or your next date night.
The first step in getting Margot Robbie’s Academy Awards makeup look is priming and rejuvenating the skin with Real Technique’s Facial Cleansing Brush. Apply anti-puff eye cream under your eyes with the Under Eye Reviver. Make your skin radiant and glowing by applying foundation with the Sculpting Brush. Move on to the eyes next and blend in creamy concealer on your eyelids with the Expert Concealer Brush. Move on to the brows by shaping and coiffing them (remember, natural eyebrows are in) with the Brow Spoolie. Then run a brow gel through, to give your eyebrows a really nice, natural texture. Apply some liner on your top water line to make your lashes fuller (and don’t forget the mascara). Use the Expert Concealer Brush to run concealer through any remaining dark spots, making your face luminous and radiant. Distribute bronzer evenly using the big Powder Brush to give you a glowing finish. And lastly, don’t forget to put on some lipstick.
Check out how to use the new, galaxy-inspired and limited edition Brush Crush Vol. 2 Collection from Real Techniques. Sam demonstrates how to get a shimmering galaxy makeup look using makeup brushes from the new collection.
Start off the look by buffing foundation into the skin with the 301 Foundation Brush. Use a glitter gel to prep the eyelids. To add more sparkle and brightness to the eyes, take the 305 Eyeshadow Brush and apply a few different tones of shimmering purple eyeshadow. The brush’s custom cut bristles will help to pick up and lay down the product effortlessly for a precise finish. Next, apply highlighter to the face using the 304 Fan Brush. Contour the cheeks with the 302 Brush and use the 300 Brush to set the face with loose powder. Take the 304 Fan Brush again to add powder blush to the cheeks. Complete the look with a soft gold lip gloss. (Bonus: Add more fun and shimmer to the eyes with stars using the 305 Eyeshadow Brush!)
Introducing the new -and improved- sculpting set, complete with a sculpting brush, setting brush, fan brush and sleek brush cup to keep on your vanity. Sam from Pixiwoo demonstrates in this tutorial how to contour and highlight using the multi-use makeup brushes of the Real Techniques sculpting set.