Sephora Kabuki Brush Review, Photos


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Review of Sephora Professionnel Kabuki Brush

Hi Lovelies,

I am going to do a really quick and short review on the Sephora Professionnel Kabuki brush today. I don’t use foundation everyday, especially during summers. So, it’s mostly a TM followed by Mac Studio Fix or the TBS loose powder – which is why Kabuki brushes are my lifeline. I pick them up in all colors, shapes, and sizes whenever I can. Lets see how this one fared.

Sephora kabuki brush

Price: 20 SGD from Sephora SG – about 780 INR

Sephora kabuki brush

Texture: 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!


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The MUA at the store told me its made of goat hair bristles, although I am not too fussy about that as long as it feels dense and soft.

Sephora kabuki brush review and photos

My overall experience with the product:

I am completely in love with this brush for the price that it comes at. To me it looks like a tiny tuxedoed butler who is no nonsense and goes about his duties efficiently and without much fuss.
I bought this way back in March and have been using it ever since. I have washed it once every week since then (did I hear ‘yucks’ from people who wash it every day or every 2nd day at least? ). But to give credit where its due – this brush has not shed a SINGLE hair! OMG amazing isn’t it?
The bristles have stayed as densely packed as they were when I bought it without even the tiniest bit of fraying. The best part about this brush is – it is still as good as new.

Sephora Kabuki brush

It is super easy to hold the short handle in the palms of my hands and after buffing, it gives a nice, even, and smooth finish. I even use it at times when I am using my bronzer.

It is really small like a kabuki brush should be and extremely travel friendly. I just put in a plastic case and pack it in the zip where I carry my lip balms when I travel and I am sorted.

Sephora Kabuki brush

Rating: 4.9/5 (0.1 taken away because its not available in India)

Overall verdict: If you have a Sephora near you, go get it! If not, please ask your friend, aunty, anybody to get this for you when they visit India. 🙂

Highly recommended.

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30 thoughts on “Sephora Kabuki Brush Review, Photos

  1. i want want. i am lookin for a kabuki brush. Sephora people.. r u listening??? there’s no store in India. please open a few 😛

    1. I keep reading they are opening in India soon, but no info about when, last I read they were opening a store in Delhi in September, but September is here – and no Sphora yet 🙁

    1. and Mumbai too 🙂 🙂

      Rauni you already have tons of great stuff in Delhi please pass over some to Mumbai..

      I am so so jealous of you Delhi gals for you have FOREVER 21 and we don’t 🙁 🙁 🙁

    2. Haha.. right. but me in Punjab. 🙁 🙁 🙁 and its going to open here after it has already opened at metro cities 🙁 but still Delhi is Atleast near than Punjab 😛

  2. ….tiny tuxedoed butler who is no nonsense and goes about his duties efficiently and without much fuss….

    I love your style of writing.. Keep it up Aarbee 🙂 🙂

    and me wants Sephora in Mumbai :/ :/ :/

    1. Thanks so much for saying that Dipti! But really I have started calling this brush Butlerji…I have names for most of my fav make up stuff by the way 🙂

    1. Aru you have Snow World in Hyderabad.. what more could you ask for…khee khee khee 😀 😀

      I have been to Snow World once… it was such a torture.. Will never eva visit that place again..

      but I love Hyderabad.. You have Ramoji filmcity..oh la la ooh la la..
      then I love Charminar for it’s shopping zones and Shilparamam is lovely too.. I usually visit Hyderabad once a year..

      1. haan that way yes..I mean these nice stores like Kryolan and Sephora and Zara..they should start opening those here.

        Aarbee – ya Saina lives in my bldg. me on the 6th floor, she’s on 7th floor. 🙂

    1. One in Delhi, one in HYD, toh log aise bol rahe hain jaise ki restaurant mein khaane ka order de rahe hain…such darlings you guys are …ROFL!

  3. I love Kabuki brushesss. I only have one yet which is the real techniques one. Its very nice too 🙂 Nice review 🙂 I also wish for Sephora in India sooooonn

    1. LOL…kabuki chubuki toh you can get from TBS also, thats pretty decent. I just wish with so many of us doing such wishful thinking, Sephora decides to open a store in India soon ;P

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