I am a massive fan of the Japonesque brushes and have already done a couple of reviews on the blog before (part one / part two) however when i received the Japonesque Safari Chic collection i simply couldnt resist sharing! What i love more than anything about Japonesque is that even though a lot of their brushes have shorter handles and are travel friendly they never scrimp in quality or size and the brush heads are the same as the pro range.
Leopard and animal print lovers are sure to love the Japonesque Safari Chic (very fitting name!) collection! It comes in two parts: the Brush set that contains a powder brush and two eye brushes (shadow and crease) that comes in a pouch, and also a Kabuki brush. I'm hoping that at some point in the not too distant future they will extend the collection as i just love it! I know that some may find the leopard print a little tacky but for me i personally love it, they are not cheap brushes and the quality is amazing leopard print or not.
The shadow brush from the set is quite large and extremely dense so perfect for packing on colour all over the lid, i find that the handles are also a great size to get a good grip on and dont feel too fiddly or small. Out of the set the powder brush is the definite winner, it has a good sized brush head, is super soft and has a chunky handle.
The Kabuki brush is my favourite out of them all, it is just so soft, has a dome shaped round brush head and feels amazing, i literally cant stop stroking my face with it!. I should also add that these brushes are synthetic so also animal friendly which is most definitely a bonus!
In the UK the Japonesque Safari Chic Brush Set is available to buy from HQ Hair here for £28 and the Kabuki brush available to buy here for £19.50.
If you are in the US Japonesque is available to buy from Ulta for $22 and $29.95 respectfully.
What do you think of the Safari Chic Range? Or Japonesque brushes in general?