NARS Ita Kabuki Brush & FOTD

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Let me introduce the newest member in my brush family, the coolest Ita Kabuki brush from NARS :)

I've been wanting to get this brush for awhile and finally got it this week. I always wonder how the brush like this works and after seeing the demonstration on a NARS video and couple Youtubers talked about it I finally gave in. Here is the description from their site--

Modern concept and function unite with traditional Japanese culture, creating unique and versatile brush designs. Featuring super black goat hair known for its softness and strength, Kabuki Artisan brushes are designed for a variety of uses including color application, blending, contouring and highlighting.Super black goat hair in a small, flat, and angular design ideal for blending and contouring.


This brush is so soft and fluffy, easy to place the color and buff at the same time. I wasn't sure it will be user friendly since the handle is so different than the regular kabuki brush but after trying it for the first time, I was completely sold and become a big fan of their Kabuki Artisan series. I use it for contour and highlight, it goes right under the cheek bones and undereye and temple areas. I feel like I'm drawing Chinese calligraphy on the face every time I use it :) such a cool brush I have to say. I will recommend this to people who are serious about contouring and highlighting.

It comes in a pretty black box, so nicely packed.


Use it with my Laguna bronzer


What's on my face --

Face-
HyperReal foundation NC300+NC400
MUFE Lift concealer
Studio Sculpt concealer NC30
MSF Natural medium plus
NARS Laguna
NARS Taj Mahal blush

Eyes-
Lemon Chiffon Shadestick
Espresso - brow
NARS Odine - all over the lid
NARS Surbaya - outer crease
NARS Kilimanjaro - brow bone & inner highlight

UD Zero liner
CG Lash Blast
L'Oreal Telescope

Lips-
Lip Fusion lip plump Clear
Naked Space Lipglass

The next NARS Kabuki Artisan brush that I want --


Yachiyo Brush

What a cool looking brush! Soon I will dress like a geisha to do my makeup... hahaha... those traditional Japanese brushes are so addictive :)))

16 comments:

fuzkittie March 31, 2009 at 6:11 PM  

That looks like a really cool brush, def looks great for contouring!

dreamer0703 March 31, 2009 at 7:41 PM  

I thought Kabuki brush is short, round, and fluffy.

Jamilla Camel April 1, 2009 at 12:30 PM  

You look so healthy! Love the look!

GiGi April 3, 2009 at 1:16 PM  

It's true about the Casino. You could end up looking muddy.

Anna April 4, 2009 at 9:52 AM  

hey, just discovered your blog... i am interested in the NARS ita, is it flat if you look at it from top down?

XRocksmama April 4, 2009 at 11:03 AM  

@Anna: yes it's flat, it looks like rectangle so there is enough surface to buff the powder. It's a interesting blush and works well at the same time :)

M April 4, 2009 at 1:52 PM  

laguna is so nice and it looks like its money well spent since you're hitting pan. thats always a great feeling :)

the brush i pretty neat but i like that yachiyo brush!

jojoba April 17, 2009 at 7:04 PM  

i LOVE flat brush like that!!! awesome! you have great taste. please review the other NARS brush if you get it. thanks.

L April 18, 2009 at 5:07 AM  

hey mama! dude, that brush is supah artistic lookin and thats why i would want it! i wanted that kabuki brush too when i got on my Nars kick but couldnt find myself spendin that much on it!

hope all is well maaaaaaaaa! Xo!

kawaii kasumi April 20, 2009 at 7:31 PM  
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Kasumi April 20, 2009 at 7:32 PM  

I hope you don't mind me stumbling onto you page :)
I really like that NARS brush! It's so cute!
Did you get it online?

dreamer0703 April 21, 2009 at 8:22 PM  

Oriks BB cream is kinda grayish, not so pale. You shouldn't worry about the color of BB cream too much, they would blends into your skin tone after 10 minutes. If you worry it's too pale, just put some darker color powder to tone it down.

Whit April 22, 2009 at 3:17 PM  

ooo i want i want!!!! thanks for the review!

Makeup Mama April 22, 2009 at 6:51 PM  

oh I love the nars brush!

and you've been tagged on my blog!

Shanghainese Dumpling July 17, 2009 at 3:52 AM  

Thanks for reviewing that brush, sounds very interesting, I've seen that in the shops but never thought it'll work well. I'll go and have a search on the brush video too and check it out. I'm a very serious contourer hehe :)

bambiroke May 14, 2010 at 8:57 AM  

hey can u tell me which number of mufe lift concealer u used? looks good on you

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