I was talking about makeup brushes to a friend and she was like ” why are you scolding me in bad language?”. I said “No, I didn’t. I just mentioned the word ” Kabuki”. Kabuki is a japanese word, meaning type of drama. The kabuki brushes are usually short and stout with dense bristles. Poor girl had to take a half an hour session from me to finally get convinced that a kabuki is a type of makeup brush. I bid good bye to my beloved TBS Kabuki and switched to the Inglot 25SS.
Price: Rs. 3000. No, am not a rich woman. I saved up little by little to own this baby.
It is a very dense brush and the bristles are tightly packed. It is the softest brush in my collection and is super easy to use. It is a multi purpose brush and can be used to apply liquid/crem/mousee/powder foundations, cream and powder blushes, highlighters etc. It can also be used to give a finishing touch after the makeup is done. It blends the product like a dream.
This is a must have brush for me and the best brush I have used so far. If you can afford it, go for it.
I have washed it and not a single bristle has shed till date.
Rating: 5/5Final Words: Awesome quality and worth every penny.