Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Japonesque Safari Chic Bronzer Brush

Hey there guys ! I hope everyone is having a nice start to their week ? I have to say I'm a tad under the weather, the British flu has caught me out again and I'm feeling slightly miserable, so I thought what better way to distract myself than writing a short post on my new favourite Kabuki brush.
Okay, I have a confession to make, this nifty little brush was bought for me nearly a month ago now, I lovingly placed it in my make-up draw then totally forgot about it ! How could I ? Well, It unfortunately got coverd in other make-up related products and was hidden for that long, out of sight out of mind ey? I kind of thought I'd lost it :( silly me ! Anyways, let me get back to the point, as you can see from my pictures the design of this hand made Kabuki brush is unlike any other brush on the market, it's animal printed style is so striking it's hard not to fall in love with it instantly. The Safari Chic Bronzer Brush is made up of high density synthetic bristles which quite brilliantly grab an abundance of any powder product, I tend to use a lot of mineral based face powders and this Kabuki is the one I reach for every time, it's even replaced my beloved Mac Kabuki so trust me it's good ! As for the texture it's heavenly, really soft and gentle, I could literally sit all day applying powder to my face it's just so silky. However, there is a slight down side to this amazing mini Kabuki...the price! It's a mega £19.50 and yes that does seem a little steep but I suppose you pay for the quality you want, I've never had a brush like it and I couldn't imagine using anything different now. Japonesque also offer a three piece set with a shadow, crease and powder brush all in the identical safari style that I'm guessing are of the same high standard as the Kabuki. So if your looking for a new brush to add to your collection or a cute Christmas present for a friend or family member, you really can't go wrong with the Japonesque Safari Chic Bronzer Brush, trust me it's worth the splurge.
Have you tried Japonesque brushes before ? What do you think of the Safari Chic range ?
El Mac
Japonesque Safari Chic Bronzer Brush available at


  1. That design is tooo cute! I really like the Japonesque foundation brushes. So soft!

    Jo x amomentwithjo

  2. Lovely blog, nice to find another gem to add to the reading list. Hope you feeling better