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Once upon a time, I had a kabuki brush from Oriflame but it had gone so hard that the tips one could see had gone rounded, and hurt my face, hence I threw it, now I dont think I own any hardcore Kabuki brush but it is an essential tool,hence I thought why not take a look at our options to see what kabuki brushes we could try..
Wikipedia says “kabuki is a classical Japanese dance-drama. Kabuki theatre is known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaborate make-up worn by some of its performers.”
Also ” A kabuki brush (sometimes called mushroom brush) is a makeup brush with a short stem and dense bristles. The brush head is most often rounded, though it can be also flat. Traditionally, the bristles are made of natural materials like animal hair (e.g., goat or horse hair), but most brushes available now on the market have synthetic bristles.”
This anti bacterial, synthetic haired Taklon brush is softer and more absorbent and can be used with wet or dry products. Be a professional makeup artist and create a flawless look with this brush! Our handy and easy to use Kabuki Brushes provide a light to full coverage on your face or body to ensure a flawless finish. The compact brush is perfectly sized to allow for precise and controlled application of bronzer, powder, or a highlighter on your skin.
The cover opens up to reveal a duo fibre brush which is veryyyyy soft, it isn’t rough on the face and picks up right amount of product because it is nice and dense brush. It is great for applying bronzers, loose powder and mineral foundation. The great thing about this brush is that I have been using this brush every single day since I got it to apply loose powder and not a single fibre Is shed.
Arbee says “The bristles of this b rush are incredibly soft, softer than the TBS kabuki brush even. I love blending in the loose powder with this brush because of the lovely soft light texture of the bristles, it is like a feather touch really. They are very densely packed and pick up just the right amount of powder. It does a wonderful job of blending in the powder and reaching the tiny nooks and crevices of the face – in short, I love it!”
Ecotools Bamboo Finishing Kabuki Brush
Complete any look with our favorite finishing kabuki brush! The incredibly soft cruelty-free taklon bristles give you a light finish while the contoured bamboo handle gives you an easy grip. Stow your finishing brush in our zip-top reusable pouch.
look pixel-perfect even in harsh light
ultra-plush, synthetic taklon bristles are hand-cut and 100% cruelty-free
self-standing for easy storage
This kabuki brush is very big. That is a positive thing because it will apply my powder on my face faster since it is a bigger brush.
Bourjois’ make-up brushes are ultra-soft and high quality – enabling easy application and a professional result every time. Perfect for use at home or on the move. The short handle means its small enough to fit in your handbag, but with the long soft bristle head, it is perfect for use with bronzers, powders and blushers.
Sahar says” I really believe that this brush is a must have because you can use this for a lot things. Like I do, you can use this brush to conceal your under eye circles or you can use this brush to contour your cheeks because this brush is domed and you can get it right under your cheek bones.”
Our innovative Retractable Kabuki, made from recycled aluminum, is perfect for on-the-go! This brush is great for applying face powder or bronzer with our soft, cruelty-free bristles. Brush housed in our zip-top reusable pouch
The Tapered Kabuki Brush is part of Ellana Minerals’ new line of long-handled vegan face brushes. I had already been using it for weeks, when, upon writing a review, I realized that I couldn’t remember what the Ellana SA said the name of this brush was. It’s not yet on the Ellana website, so I emailed Ellana and sent a photo of the brush, and was informed that the name of it is the Tapered Kabuki Brush.
This fully rounded, soft to touch nylon brush offers full coverage with a wide range of makeup like mineral makeup, loose powder, bronzer, and blush application.
Easy to hold hold handle in the palm of your hand and create contour on the face.
Inspired by traditional Japanese beauty rituals Kabuki Theater, the NARS Kabuki Artisan Brushes meld heritage with modernity, in both concept and function. The multi-functional design of the Kabuki Yachiyo Brush, with its tapered dome head, makes it excellent for defining cheekbones, highlighting the complexion, and blending and diffusing color on or around the eye area.
Made with very soft Pen Super Goat hairs, which are ideal for blending pigments
The hand-spun black wisteria handle preserves its unique traditional character
A high-density foundation brush that ensures just the right amount of loose powder is held in place between the bristles for progressive release and a smooth, even coverage. Rounded cut hairs are designed to allow circular movement across the face. Features a specially designed handle that fits easily into the palm, to allow appropriate pressure and flexibility.
This is my favorite, hence it might not call itself kabuki, I still wanted to include it here Expensive, good quality, super soft, works well with all my face powder products like powder, blush, bronzer, highlighter, and I can carry it all the time. I wash it repeatedly and it won’t shed. This one is for keeps, so no harm in spending Rs. 875 if you don’t own any other brushes!
I realized I dont own a single so called real kabuki brush 🙂 this should help many of us,I think it is an essential brush to own. Which one do you like?
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