Above: Medusa’s Makeup Kabuki Brush
This is one of those short and sweet posts because what else can I say about this cute little brush but I like it? I bought this brush for $21.00 CAD and on the Medusa’s website it sells for $14.00 USD. Medusa’s brushes are made with cruelty-free synthetic hair. The brush is very cute and looks like a white brush dipped in hot pink powder. It is my first kabuki brush and I use it often for my MAC MSF Loose Foundation. I am able to get full even coverage quickly and effectively with this brush. Occasionally, I would use this for liquid and cream foundations. The coverage is flawless and beautiful and my skin looks airbrushed; however, since the brush is very dense, I find it absorbs too much product into the brush and I end up adding more foundation than a normally need to. This kabuki is best for loose powder or solid powder. I like to use this for my MAC MSF blushes and bronzers because it picks up a good balance of shimmer and colour and I can buff out the product to create a nice healthy flush. For loose powder products I have used the kabuki with my Medusa’s Makeup Face and Body Shimmers for my body for highlighting my collarbone and décolletage and it gets the job done. What more can I say about this brush but that it is soft, fluffy, dense and it is HOT PINK! It is not scratchy and hardly ever sheds. Which I love.