- Product Dimensions: 13 x 2.9 x 16.4 cm
- Item model number: EH-SC4F-JVOP
- ASIN: B005TKZS76
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 27 February 2014
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #90,042 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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ecoTOOLS Make-Up Kabuki Brush Set
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This ecoTOOLS 4 piece Kabuki Set is a special limited edition and offers 4 different brush heads for maximum coverage. Includes 4 full size brush heads conceal
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The bristles are soft and each of the bristle's end tips are finely tapered, which results in a more natural, softer application with regular pressure, but probably not suitable for theatrical makeup application/stage makeup or where much heavier application is desired. The brushes hold their shape well, and feel so nice against the skin with no prickly bristles. To give a good test to the bristles, I have tugged and pulled from the middle and outside of the bristles (which is my way to predict if they are prone to shedding) and have not had one single bristle come out, so I am very pleased.
As a former makeup artist, I have used several different brands and types of brushes, and these are surprisingly good quality for the price, (but only for personal use because of the short handles, which would make it very awkward when doing another person's makeup). I like that the handles of these are short, because they are perfect for travel, stow away nicely, and the shorter length doesn't adversely affect my personal makeup application at all. These brushes are so very butter-soft are a pleasure to use.
I highly recommend these brushes for anyone looking for a nice quality brush set at a very budget-friendly price.
The "conceal" brush is wonderful. It's the perfect size and shape for my face, which is petite so I do not like over sized brushes. It's very soft (feels great), yet densly bristled, so it works very well for blending and covering with mineral or liquid foundation or concealer.
The "contouring" brush is slightly larger than the conceal brush and similar in shape, but it's softer, i.e. not as densely bristled. I've been using it for blush and think it does a good job.
The "buff" brush is a good size and shape, but it's too soft in my opinion. I don't think the bristles are dense enough for heavier make up application, so I use it for finishing powder, light blending, or brushing eyeshadow off my face.
Lastly, the angled "bronzer" brush is very soft but I would've liked it to be firmer. It is a nice large size though and good for covering a large area when bronzing.
So, overall I am very happy with the set. I expect the brushes will last a long time b/c I have other Ecotools brushes which have lasted for years, kept their shape, and did not shed. It was a great price and each brush is a worthy addition to my cosmetic tools. As an added bonus, these are really cute kabukis b/c Ecotools added pretty little designs to each handle. Last but not least, the brushes are cruelty free!
The bristles are soft and don't upset my skin, however some of them have fanned out a bit further than I would like them to specifically on the 'bronze' and 'buff' brushes. It's only a few bristles here and there, nothing major.
I love the eco-friendly design and the handles are pretty and whimsical. There hasn't been any chipping of the design or anything on the handles after a year of routine travel and daily use. Because the handles aren't curved or anything though, I did find it difficult to hang them upside down as I usually do after cleaning my brushes. Instead, I have to place them on their side on top of a paper towel.