BEHIND THE FINEST BRUSH IN OUR COLLECTION
Creating a high quality kabuki brush is no easy task, and our Kabuki Brush is one of the very best you’ll come across.
What makes it so great? It has been engineered to make applying the finest makeup a breeze. Our brush is soft, with flexible, synthetic (ideal for sensitive skin) bristles that give control over application, contouring, and coverage. Most importantly, the brush doesn’t shed and cleans easily, ensuring it will provide consistent application for years to come.
Other brushes have stiff bristles that get clogged, over-apply product, and generally make your routine unpleasant. Due to the flexibility of the Colorescience Kabuki Brush, it’s great for applying everything from setting powder to liquid foundations.
Apply, blend, contour, smooth. Try the all-purpose Colorescience Kabuki Brush. You won’t be disappointed.
WHAT IS A KABUKI BRUSH?
A kabuki brush is a must-have tool for every makeup collection. This brush features a rounded head of dense bristles and a short handle. This brush got its name from Kabuki Japanese drama theaters, where actors wore heavy makeup that highlighted the nature of their character.
WHAT ARE KABUKI BRUSHES USED FOR?
Today, kabuki brushes are used to apply powdered makeup. Kabuki makeup brushes are great for application of a variety of products, whether you’re using foundation, setting powder, blush, or bronzer. Kabuki makeup brushes make it easy to blend makeup evenly across the skin, contributing to light, natural-looking coverage. Use a kabuki brush to handle a host of makeup application needs.
CAN YOU APPLY LIQUID FOUNDATION WITH A KABUKI BRUSH?
Kabuki foundation brushes are traditionally used to apply cosmetic powders, but they can also be used to apply liquid and pressed foundations, bronzers, blushes, along with other cream cosmetics. This brush offers versatility and convenience, and its soft bristles are easy on delicate, sensitive skin.
HOW DO I APPLY MAKEUP WITH A KABUKI BRUSH?
For sheer coverage, swipe your kabuki brush across the skin in large, broad strokes. For heavier coverage, use your kabuki brush to apply product in smaller, tight circles.
- Versatile tool for applying loose & pressed minerals
- Also great for bronzers
- Luxurious, flawless application
How To Use
HOW TO USE
- Use in small, tight circles with more powder for heavier coverage.
- Use large, broad strokes with less powder for more sheer coverage.
- Best to wash with warm water and soap; leave out over night to dry.