So for Christmas, my best friend gifted me this unique little brush by Japonesque Kumadori. At first glance, it looks incredibly similar to the Nars Kabuki Ita Brush, however, it is a little shorter in size and has longer and fatter bristles. I couldn’t wait to give this brush a try for contouring and see if it blended well and not give any harsh lines.
When I first went to use this brush, I was a little unsure how to use it because it was a little thick and softer than what I usually use. But with a very light hand I began to carve our my contour while also blending upward in slight circular motion. I used the Kat Von D Shade and Light Contour Palette to contour and I have to say…it worked like a dream. It laid the powder smoothly on my face and didn’t make my contour look patchy or harsh. What I also enjoyed is how I did not have to “bake” under my contour to clean up anything because the line was nice and sharp without being to dramatic.
Overall, I would highly recommend the Japonesque Kumadori Blending Brush, especially if you were curious about using the Nars Ida brush, this maybe a good option to try. It is soft, affordable and easy to use.
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