I saw this Kabuki brush by Colorbar and thought of picking it up for applying loose powder. The previous expensive brushes from Colorbar have been just average. This one is fluffy and huge for your powders. Read to know more about the brush.
Sweep your favourite loose powder, bronzer /highlighter, and blush across the face with this Kabuki brush for smooth, full coverage. Dense and extra soft, the domed shape adds a polish to all powder and pigment applications. When used to buff in a circular motion, this multitasking tool leaves behind a beautiful, airbrushed finish on every last feature.
My Experience with Colorbar Crazy Blending Kabuki Brush:
This brush comes in a cute clear pouch which is very convenient to carry it around, without damaging the bristles. One can keep the pouch for future use. The name is slightly mismatched, I don’t think there was a need to add the “crazy” tag to it. It’s a kabuki brush and is cute, small and stubby based, but the bristles are fluffy. The bristle part of the brush is huge, something like your Real Techniques powder brush. So, this brush is ideal for applying loose powder on your face.
Apart from loose powder, you could use it for powder foundation, bronzing or deepening your skin colour with some bronzing powder. You can also use your compact powder with this one. They claim it is useful for highlighting as well, but for specific highlighting parts of the face, this will be too huge. You can easily use this brush to blend all your makeup together, so nothing looks patchy. For me, this works perfectly for loose powder. The bristles are super soft, and two toned. I am happy with the fact that this does not shed or bleed at all. I washed it twice with a baby shampoo and no hair came off. Neither was there any black colour in my wash basin. So, this brush is awesome for it’s softness and quality.
Pros of Colorbar Crazy Blending Kabuki Brush:
- Great for powders and bronzers.
- Nice pouch to carry it in your purse.
- Not too expensive.
- Does not shed or bleed.
Cons of Colorbar Crazy Blending Kabuki Brush:
- Not for focused highlighting or blush, since it is very big.
IMBB Rating: 4.75/5
Will I Recommend/Repurchase Colorbar Crazy Blending Kabuki Brush?
Yes, you can try it if you do not own a huge powder or kabuki brush.
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