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  • Tags: Ebony

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Not as soft as the Kashoen or even the Hakuhodo S110 but not far, softer than Mac brushes. In terms of usage, that is the blush brush that cannot get it wrong, very appropriate for beginners, easy to control the application and easy to blend.

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The Kokutan Series have Ebony wood handles, which makes them look prestigious and tempting. I wished this was softer and more fluffy but its purpose is also to not alter the underneath makeup application so that lack of density, in a way, is a plus…

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It’s meant for powder, I use it also for bronzer, it can deliver a sheer to heavy coverage, absolutely flawless and even. I can pack a lot of product, with more pigmented bronzers you will need to tap the excess off, I never ended with harsh…

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Unique, super-unique, tapered/domed blending brush created by one of the sexiest makeup artists out there... what else...

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One of the best pointy/domed brushes with an ebony handle. Efficient and on the bests within the Yojiya collection.

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Has a few similar dupes, you have plenty to chose from.

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In terms of shape and softness this is HUGE love.

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Even if you have to go via some hassle to get it, imho it's totally worth it. When I saw this brush at the Yojiya store I had to have it, even if I had the similar Hakuhodo. They are so similar that from the distance you don't see any difference,…
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