Kabuki Brush vs. Powder Brush

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Kabuki brushes and powder brushes are very similar, but are also very different in a number of ways. Learn about a kabuki brush versus a powder brush with help from a makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Alyssa Push. I'm a Makeup Artist, and I'm here today to tell you the differences between a kabuki brush and a powder brush. First, the differences are the powder brush is going to have more of a loose ray of hairs. So, this is going to give you a little bit more of a lighter coverage. This is good for blushes, a nice iridescent glow, for daytime look or a casual look. A kabuki brush will have their hairs more condensed and compressed together for more coverage. So, if you're looking to do an all over complete coverage, you'll want to use a kabuki brush, and let me show you how. So, for your powder brush, with a looser hairs for a lighter coverage, this is going to give you a nice little shimmer. You can do this with blush or your full body powder. So, your kabuki brush is going to give you a closer condensed of hairs so you can get a fuller coverage. Your coverage will be a lot thicker and more dense. I'm Alyssa Push, I hope this was helpful insight on how to use your kabuki brush and your powder brush. Thank you for watching. See you next time.


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