The award winning INIKA Vegan Kabuki Brush provides an even, airbrushed finish with every application.
Flawlessly blends loose minerals onto the skin.
The density of the brush ensures even coverage.Extremely soft and gentle non-irritating bristles.
How to use Inika Kabuki Brush1. Dip Kabuki Brush into minerals and work into bristles ensuring brush is evenly coated. 2. Tap brush handle on hard surface to embed minerals. 3. Apply in light downward strokes all over the face. For heavier coverage, use a circular buffing motion.
Ingredients in Inika Kabuki Brush100% synthetic materials and wood from sustainable forestry. To protect all your INIKA brushes, cleanse regularly using a chemical free shampoo. Lather and rinse until the water runs clear and leave to dry naturally overnight.
Reviews for Inika Kabuki Brush
This kabuki brush will last a life time! I just use a little bit of my own cleanser and water to clean it and the brush is like new again.
When I got this brush it was slightly smaller than I expected, but that actually made it easier to handle and apply my product with. The bristles - well you can't really call them that, they are so soft - blended effortlessly. As someone who is usually quite bad at blending - I put my hand up to that one! - I was delighted that the brush almost seemed to do it *for* me. Now I'm not a workman who blames their tools... however it did occur to me that the softer the bristles are, the more easily the product will apply and blend with the brush, and the softer and more realistic the end result of your 'look'. Say no more!!
Most of my other brushes are a lot stiffer and many have longer bristles, so I have to say I think this is where the difference occurs. This is more compact but boy is it more efficient! I LOVE mine! It may not be the most exciting thing you buy yourself, however the look you will achieve most definitely WILL be worth it! I have a very high-end brush which I was using to date (price undisclosed, ahem!) and this knocks the SOCKS off it!
After use, I simply swirl it gently into a soft tissue & then consider it 'clean' for the next application. I haven't found any of the bristles to come out as they can with some cheaper or less high-quality brushes. All in all, it's the best new addition you can make to your make-up bag. Highly recommended and definitely worth it - an all-round winner!