Real Techniques' new Sculpting Brush features a "wide, angled head specifically designed to help create defined contours. The Sculpting Brush is a must-have in your makeup bag to enhance your natural features, or to modify the shape and look of your face." This brush retails for around $10 at Ulta, drugstores, and major retailers - I believe I paid about $8 at WalMart. The Real Techniques Sculpting Brush was made in China.
Royal&Langnickel brush rolls).The Real Techniques logo and brush name are printed on the handle in a darker pink lettering. The duofiber brush head is quite thick and gently angled (similar in shape to Luxie's 504 brush, but much fuller). These synthetic bristles are incredibly soft and plush - the Sculpting Brush is such a pleasure on the skin! Like all the Real Techniques brushes I've tried, the Sculpting Brush is so well made! The brush head has maintained it's shape perfectly and not a single bristle has been shed. This synthetic brush washes well, both creams and powders rinse right out, and the brush dries incredibly fast!