The flexible bristles can be used to blend or buff,, either liquid or cream foundations and tinted moisturisers for a natural, sheer coverage.
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What is KABUKI brush No.13 used for ?
Kabuki brush is available to be used in our everyday makeup routines. Morning or night! The goal of using our kabuki brush is to create soft, airbrushed, poreless-looking skin.
High quality brush for easy application.
A traditional Kabuki brush is large and rounded in shape. It is used for buffing in your foundation or powder into your skin, in order to polish it into the perfect coverage. The key to using a Kabuki brush? Blending in rounded motions! This is how you get that poreless that looks soft and dewy under any lighting. The flat shape will line with the surface of your skin, to give you an even distribution of foundations and tinted moisturizers, for a poreless-looking finish. Also use the Flat Kabuki brush to apply mineral powders over your foundation, in order to “set it” in place. The slightly rounded shape is ideal for buffing in pigmented powders to your cheeks. These are bronzers, highlighters and blushes. To give your cheeks a pearly glow, its best to use your Kabuki brush in rounded motions when applying the blush.
The brush head consists of many compact bristles that are very close together. They are able to apply very fine powder sparingly to your face and distribute themselves evenly without the hard transitions that could make your make-up look unnatural.
- Synthetic fiber brush
- Rround head shape
- Bamboo handle
- Short, tightly-packed bristles
- To give your cheeks a perfect look, it is best to use the Kabuki brush in circular movements
- You also apply primers, mineral powder and other types of powder to your face in large, circular movements