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Tools: Hakuhodo face brushes

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Two of the best face brushes around.

If you don’t already know, Hakuhodo is the gold standard of makeup brushes.

The Japanese company also makes brushes, or what they call fude, for fine art artists. They include calligraphy brushes as well as super fine ones for painting the faces of tiny porcelain dolls.

So you can only imagine the artistry that goes into these beautiful brushes.

The black brush – G503 Blush Brush L Angled – is perfect for contouring.

It is made from a mix of horse and goat hair, which are elastic and dense.

This brush gives me the contours where I need them, such as under my cheekbones and jawline.

But the lines can look a little too harsh with this brush, so be sure to blend properly. I fish out my kabuki brush to further blend out the bronzer when it gets too much.

The white brush is the brand’s best-selling goat hair blusher brush, the J110.

It allows me to control my blusher powder perfectly, and blend it out for a natural finish.

It’s not easy to find a brush that lets you create a natural-looking flush, and this is a winner.

You can stock up on these brushes here.

– The Beauty Reporter
Beautyreports@gmail.com

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Here's what you need to know about me: - I have combination skin which can get oily on the chin and t-zone (nose and forehead) while the under eye, cheek and temple area gets dry easily. - I have thick, black hair which I've gotten my trusted hairstylist to fashion into a bob. - My utmost concern is to get clear, glowing skin that is comparable to the Korean stars'! You can own the most beautiful bag, dress or to-die-for pair of heels, but they mean nothing if you have a terrible complexion. - There's no need for me to reveal my identity because I'm not out for fame, and I'll let my reviews and blog posts speak for themselves. - Get in touch with me at Beautyreports@gmail.com

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