The Kabuki Brush is the mini or travel version of the staple of the line, the Foundation Brush for an expertly blended coverage and a polished finish, on-the-go.
Perfect for a light to medium coverage, it has been developed to apply the Satin Matte Foundation, the Balancing Primer Powder and the Satin Finishing Powder as well.
To complement their award-winning and wonderful mineral products, Alima Pure developed a beautiful line of Brushes, cruelty-free (of course), using the latest technology, Taklon, in duo-color for precision and ease of use and blending.
It is soft as a feather on your skin. Amazing touch, especially in the morning to gently open-up to your busy day, or at night when you need to pause before a busy evening.
A synthetic fibre devoid of any protein component or allergen, Taklon is better than real hair brushes in terms of cleaning and skin irritation. As there are no irregularities on the surface of the Taklon fibre contrary to natural hair, it won't trap powder, dead skin cells, bacteria, difficult to get rid of even by regular cleaning.
The whole Alima Pure product choice is extensive, from Face, to Cheeks to Eyes and Lips and even Accessories, to allow every woman to find what would suit her mood that day.
Mineral beauty brand Alima Pure has a simple motto: "Minimal ingredients for Maximum impact. A few simple, natural ingredients crafted in just the right way.". We couldn't agree more.
Measures: 1.85"/4,5cm brush including 1"/2,5cm bristles.
Packed in 100% post-consumer recycled paper box, printed with eco-friendly soy-based inks.
Use to apply and blend a sheer layer of your Balancing Primer Powder if needed, then for your perfect match of Satin Matte Foundation, for a light to medium coverage, and to complete the look the Satin Finishing Powder of your choice.
Let sit for a little time (coffee sip?) for the powder to settle.
Re-apply if needed.
1. Dampen the bristles with warm water and lather gently with mild soap or shampoo (Dr Bronner's Liquid Castile Soaps would be perfect for that).
Angle the bristles downward to avoid as much as possible getting water inside the handle.
2. Rinse under warm running water until the water runs clear and soap is thoroughly removed from the bristles.
3. Blot the brush well with a dry cloth and gently reshape.
4. Lay your brush flat, preferably with the bristles "hanging" (the border of a shelf for example) and allow it to air-dry completely before using.