Maybe the reason why I love this brush so much is because it's my first kabuki brush, who knows, but it's my favourite face brush so far besides MUFE's 55n (stippling brush). I use this kabuki to buff out my foundation, contour, blush and highlight and it works perfectly and makes everything look blended. It is so soft and I love that it comes with its own little zippered case, and luckily I didn't get it for the full price. I got it when I went to MUFE's Pro Artistry Show in Toronto. I'd love to find a dupe for this though!
Cool little brush but not a must have
I have this brush from buying the MUFE get started foundation kit from Sephora and I like it but I wouldn't have out right bought it on its own. The fibers are synthetic and they are super soft don't get me wrong its a nice brush but I already have a few brushes that compare to it. If your in the market for a kabuki this could be your brush but if you already have one Id say you could live without it.
LOVE LOVE LOVE
I love this kabuki brush. It is really really soft and it is a not a dense brush at all. But the reason for that is because it was made for applying their HD powder. The tip of the Brissels are black so you can see the amount of product on the brush. It is not cheap but I have yet found one that can dupe it.
Soft Amazing Brush!
This Kabuki Brush is perfect! It pairs nicely with the HD Microfinish powder. It fits perfectly in the lid the that comes with the powder. It distributes the powder evenly onto my face and doesn't waste any. It comes with it's own pouch that protects it nicely. I highly recommend, it won't dissapoint!
I'm going to shock you guys w/ this review...
because I don't exactly see the hype over this kabuki. I'ved owned some high-end and low end ones, and when dealing w/ synthetic fibers, I've found that they can be easily duped by more cost effective options.
Don't get me wrong, this is definitely soft, and dense... but it is a bit on the floppier side for me. I much prefer something a bit firmer for my all over setting powders [Ecotools bronzing brush - a MUST HAVE for EVERYONE!] and I've found that other brands carry something quite similar. I find this brush aesthetically appealing, but it's not worth the $45 price tag in my opinion. I love all, if not most of MUFE's products, but this did not blow me away. Luckily, it was a part of a holiday set, so I did not pay full price for this.