Real Techniques Kabuki Brush Review

Real Techniques Kabuki Brush

Hi Dearies,
Here is a review of another Real Technique Brush: Finish/ perfected Kabuki brush
real techniques kabuki brush
What Real Techniques claim about Kabuki Brush
Use the 2-in-1 kabuki closed for powder, then unfold to sweep on color for high-definition.


  • look pixel-perfect even in harsh light
  • ultra-plush, synthetic taklon bristles are hand-cut and 100% cruelty-free
  • self-standing for easy storage

Price: 10$

My Take on Real Techniques Kabuki Brush

This is one of the most lovely kabuki brushes that I have ever come across. It can be used for blush, powder, bronzer, and even highlighter; it distributes pigment on your skin both evenly and smoothly as it’s really really denser compared to other kabuki brushes. The best part is that it can be unfolded or flattened to make a fan brush.
I am really happy that I purchased this. It’s great for patting powder, buffing onto the face, applying blush etc. Bristles are very soft and are synthetic too. I also like the fact that it is angled. I usually keep this brush in my travel bag because it can easily be used for bronzer, blush or on the go powder touch ups.



Pros of Real Techniques Kabuki Brush

  • used for blush, powder, bronzer, and even highlighter
  • can be unfold to make a denser fan brush
  • easy for on the go touch ups
  • cruelty free
  • affordable
  • soft on skin

I can’t think of any cons.

I highly recommend this to all :))
Bye dearies, hope you like this review 🙂

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14 thoughts on “Real Techniques Kabuki Brush Review

  1. first of all..hun welcome back home :* :*

    I love that unfolding idea..but wondering if it would be too thick for a fan brush..

    and I think you’ve picked up everything possible ( makeup stuff ) before coming back 😉

  2. I love my Real Techniques brushes, but this was one I wasn’t crazy about. I love the idea of it opening up, but the shape of it when opened seems kind of strange to me, I couldn’t find much use for it when unfolded. But as a kabuki, it’s great.

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