Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Lily Lolo Super Kabuki Brush review


Lily Lolo Super kabuki brush* £14.29 link

"Lily Lolo super kabuki brush has rounded edges to allow for full coverage when applying and buffing our mineral foundation to a flawless finish. Perfect super soft brush for a flawless finish when using Lily Lolo loose powder foundation Stubby handle fits neatly into the palm of your hand for swift and easy application of product Overall size approx. 7cm Swirl the Kabuki into the foundation - tap to remove excess powder, use in circular motions, applying some pressure until desired coverage of product is achieved"


I have been a fan of mineral foundations for a while and I am always looking for  a perfect brush to apply them.
I normally use my real techniques Buffing brush or a flat top kabuki, but I finally found a perfect brush to achieve a gorgeous, natural looking and flawless finish.

Lily Lolo Super Kabuki brush is specially designed for mineral foundation application.
It is made of synthetic hair and the bristles are soft and dense.
It feels amazing on the skin and picks up a perfect amount of product.
It is also an ideal size and fits into the palm of my hand perfectly.
I used it with a couple of different mineral foundations, including Lily Lolo, Inika, NYR and BM beauty and it works with all of them and allows me to achieve a finish I wasn't able to get before.

I simply put a small amount of  product  into a plastic lid, swirl the brush into it, tap off the excess and apply the foundation in circular motions. You can easily build up the coverage from medium to full, by applying more layers and you don't need to worry about looking cakey.


14 comments:

  1. I need a good kabuki, mine are all either too soft or too harsh, I like the look of this one

    http://www.ohso-flawless.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. This brush looks lovely! So soft! I've never tried any mineral foundations but seeing this makes me want too haha :) Any recommendations on your favourites? Love your blog!
    xx

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  3. love this post! your blog is really interesting to read!x

    theistyleblog.blogspot.com

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  4. This brush looks fabulous, I've never usually got on with kabuki brushes but perhaps it's time to give it another shot!

    The Teapot Blog
    xxx

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  5. this looks really nice :) i love how you photograph on your blog


    http://flobridie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. This brush looks amazing and soft! I love the design of it as well! Lovely photos <3 You have a new follower!

    CHiBi-CHiC a petite fashion blog

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  7. been looking for a new kabuki blush and i now know which one i'll be picking up :)

    Gemma

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  8. WOW that brush looks amazing and supersoft too!

    Sophierosehearts x

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  9. Aw this brush is so cute! And it looks amazingly soft, too! Nice review :D

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  10. I've never owned a kabuki brush before, but that one looks amazing. It even looks soft through the pictures! xx

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  11. Too bad I don't use mineral foundation; this brush looks so soft and lovely!!

    thriftthick.blogspot.com

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  12. I have the same brush, but mine must be the old version or something because the body where you hold with was white, and the paint came off after using about a year, and I had to get rid of the paint and then the silver body appeared! The brush itself is pretty nice isn't it?

    The Beauty Maniac in Tokyo

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  13. I love Lily Lolo! I have this same brush - it's ace, isn't it?

    foodfashfit.com

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