Stunning artwork on the handle. This set is very similar to the Chikuhodo Takumi series in size and shape just a tad bit softer. If you already have the Takumi series, you probably don't need both. The only critique is that in the promo photos the ferrule seems to match the cobalt blue of the handle. In real life the ferrule has a hint of purple. I notice it more on the face powder brush. Other than that, these are a win.
I can't live without it. I have allergies and this fragrance does not give me a headache. Unfortunately, I can't wear any fragrances daily but I am beyond grateful that I can wear this on the weekends and not get nauseous from it. One or two sprays is all I need. I usually only use it at night in the fall/winter seasons. Perfection.
It does a decent job of picking up creamy, glittery eyeshadows if you don't like to use your fingertips. The flaw is in the length of the brush. When applying tricky eyeshadow I have to be fairly close to a mirror. So, I had to use it at an angle to make it work, otherwise kept bumping into the mirror. It is a good tool if you will be using it on other people. I would have preferred a smaller handle for personal use.
I have been wanting to try Natasha Denona for a while now. So, I thought I would take a chance with a small palette. The shimmers are very glittery. The colors are pretty unique. Although for the price point, I still prefer Viseart. Just my humble opinion.
This is the perfect companion to the Pro Volume 1. I love that there are so many colors to choose from all in one palette. I appreciate the different finishes as it helps to create day or night looks. I used glitter glue as base and it did not crease on my eyes. I usually travel with the Pro 1 and now that I have the sister palette, the possibilities are endless.
Perfect shape, not as soft as I would like but I do reach for it often. Some shedding, but just the right size.