Bought 3 sets of Chic Cosmetics 5piece kabuki brush set a looooong time ago! One for me, one for my unica sister and one for our reader... #hint
The brushes comes with a black sack pouch and bubble wrap. Each brushes have a plastic guard that is (super) intact its hard to remove (so carefully push the brush out if you want to keep the brush guard, otherwise, tugging it might tear the sides).
I decided to put spongebob stickies on my set, just to avoid confusion with my sister's set or better yet, to personalized my babies! :P
For the fun of it, this is the clearer 5-pc set looks like...
This set includes:Flat Kabuki Brush --- Ideal for applying liquid or cream products to the face. It can also be used to apply your face primers.Round Kabuki-- Ideal for applying mineral or liquid foundation especially onto round areas of the face (under the eyes, around the nose, around the mouth, neck area)Angled Kabuki-- It can be used for buffing cream blush or for highlighting and contouring .Tapered Kabuki--Perfect for applying cream and liquid foundations onto the harder to reach contours of the face. This brush can also be used for contouring defined areas of the face.Flat Angled Kabuki-- This brush works very well in applying product to the cheekbones and the nose area.(from Chic Cosmetics)
Here are the photos I took using my spongebobbed-kabukis!
Flat Top Kabuki Flat Kabuki Brush
The Chic Flat Kabuki Brush side by side with my Sigma flat top synthetic kabuki brush F80
Sigma F80 on top and Chic Flat top on the bottom
Almost of the same height (just 2-3mm difference in height),
please forgive the dirty Sigma brush :P
hair brush texture/feel is also the same, although when squeeze gently, F80 is more dense,
and same jumbo handles.
So far, I think Chic Cosmetic brushes are the dupes of Sigma brushes in the Philippines!
Have you tried any of Chic Cosmetics kabuki yet?
Are you ready for a giveaway? :)