On Tuesday me and a friend went to the Real Techniques Party at Fabrik23 in Berlin Wedding. During the day was a workshop for a few selected bloggers, no I was unfortunately not one of them. I was just at the after party and it was really cool, still a small group but for the location the perfect amount. By the way Nic and Sam were also at the party.
When we arrived a women from Real Techniques welcomed us friendly and told us where we can find everything. Our first stop was at the bar, I took a Vodka Lemon and it was so delicious. There were also people who walked around and served food, it looked really good but I ate already at home so I didn´t take anything. On the Real Techniques Party was a make-up station and my friend Sophia got almost a whole new look. I just wanted some winged eyeliners. I´m pretty cautious about make-up stations since the Glow Convention last year. If you want to know why you can read it here. The make-up at the Real Techniques station was of course done with Real Techniques products. After the make-up station we went to the photo booth and made some silly pictures. That was so much fun! There was also a dance floor with a DJ and you could engrave your brushes with a laser. I didn´t do that because I already have a brush with my blogger name on it from the HashMag event in January. The location itself was amazing, even the toilet was super cool there was a shower in it and things like a hairspray or a deodorant.
We also got a lovely goodie (gym-) bag with things I really like. Often in goodie bags are just a lot of advertisement. Beside some really, really fluffy brushes and a make-up sponge was stuff from Revlon and some perfumes from Starck Paris.
The brush on the left is for blush and the one right beside it is for putting some foundation on your skin. The violet brushes are for eyes, one is for eye shadow and one for blending. The orange make-up sponge should conjure a perfect complexion.
These two brushes are from the latest Real Techniques collection which are exclusive available at Douglas stores. The metallic look is just amazing and these two brushes are even a bit more fluffy than the other brushes. The left brush is an arched powder brush and the right one is for contouring to set some highlights and shadows in your face.
On the left side you can see a foundation from Revlon in the color 200/nude, which includes SPF 20. Unfortunately the color is a bit too dark for me but maybe I´ll get a bit more tan, I mean it´s summer. The pink thing is a matte lipgloss. Of course I tested it directly and I totally love the color and the texture. The left of the two palettes is a eye shadow palette and the right one is a highlighter. Both colors are really natural, I like that. I´m not a big fan of bright colors, the craziest one I tried was a dark red eye shadow.
First I thought they´re all perfumes for women because I saw just females at the Real Techniques Party. But all three perfumes smell more like an unisex one, anyway they´re nice and that´s what counts.