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So that is my Kyoto and Fude Matsuri 2019 brush haul.
If you want to see my 2019 Fude Matsuri video and read my blog about it, click here.
If you want to see the video and read up about my Hakuhodo + Fude Matsuri 2018 experience, click here.
◉ These are the brushes that I bought from the Hakuhodo flagship store in Kyoto. Click here to see the map and read the directions.
The time stamp on my video is at 1:31.
This is made of a mix of goat hair and synthetic fibers. The brush head design is round and angled which is perfect for those hard to reach areas on the face or for building coverage. I use this to blend cream and liquid foundations.
I bought this at I bought this for ¥3700.
The time stamp on my video is at 2:13.
This fan brush is made of synthetic fiber used for mascara application. I think this can also be used to apply brow products when you want to create hair details.
I bought this for ¥1600.
Yachiyo L Purple
The time stamp on my video is at 2:53.
This is a large yachiyo brush made of goat hair. The handle is wrapped in cane.
I got this for ¥3800.
Traditional makeup brushes from Hakuhodo have a purple ribbon attached to the very end of the brushes. The word “Purple” is always part of the description of their yachiyo brushes; this is to create distinction between companies. Each brush company that creates yachiyo brushes use a different colored ribbon.
Ita Bake 60
The time stamp on my video is at 3:24.
This brush is made of goat hair and synthetic fiber. The handle is made of wood.
I bought this for ¥6500.
◉ I bought this brush from a store along Teramachi-dori.
The time stamp on my video is at 4:35.
Both are made of horse hair and the handles are made of wood.
Brush number 10 costs ¥700 and brush number 4 costs ¥500.
At the 5:15 mark, I discussed my sento experience. Click here to read my blog about it.
◉ Link to the Manga Artists:
Okayama Takatoshi: https://www.instagram.com/okayamatakatoshi/
Kasumi Nakahara: https://www.instagram.com/kasumin_14
◉ I bought these brushes from the Koyudo factory in Hiroshima.
At the 6:32 mark, I discussed my brush making experience at Koyudo. Click here to read my blog about it.
The time stamp on my video is at 4:35.
Make your own brush experience costs ¥3000. This includes the price for the brush and the engraving of your name.
C019 Shift Brush
The time stamp on my video is at 7:10.
This is described as a multi-purpose brush and is a mix of goat hair and polyester fibers.
I bought this for ¥3360.
Domed Brush and Tapered Domed Brush
The time stamp on my video is at 7:46.
These two brushes were retailed for ¥1000 each.
Brush Key Chain
The time stamp on my video is at 9:06.
This retails for ¥500.
◉ I bought these brushes from the Mizuho head office in Hiroshima.
The time stamp on my video is at 9:50.
I bought this eyeshadow brush ¥2420.
The brush head is made of a combination of gray squirrel and pony.
The time stamp on my video is at 10:08.
This multi-shadow brush is made of Pony hair and this retails for ¥1980.
Made of plastic. I forgot how much this cost me. I believe this would be range between ¥500 – ¥1000.
◉These are the brushes that I bought at the brush festival.
This is made from Goat hair. I purchased this for ¥1500.
The time stamp on my video is at 12:55.
No Label (Mizuho)
I purchased this for ¥700.
The time stamp on my video is at 13:24.
This is a large eyeshadow brush made from Pine squirrel.
If my memory serves me well, this retailed for ¥1000.
The time stamp on my video is at 13:55.
One other brush that I failed to mention in my video because I must have had over looked it – Mainly because it looks similar to the Hakuhodo Yachiyo brush – is this brush.
Yachiyo (Number 8)
This is a large Yachiyo brush made from Goat hair. The handle is still wrapped in cane.
If you can see the color of their ribbon is black.
I bought this at the brush festival for ¥1800. This normally sells for ¥2200.
◉ This is the brush that I bought in Century 21.
Atelier Made by Shu Uemura
I bought this for ¥1500.
Fudenosato Kobo (Brush Museum) http://fude.or.jp/en/
Let me say that the products I am using has worked for me and it might not necessarily work for you. Always be discerning when purchasing cosmetics or skin care products. Always read the label and the literature! Always do a patch test before you purchase a product for the first time to see that you are not allergic to any of the ingredients listed.
This video/post is not sponsored. The products that are shown here are the products that I always use, love and live by. The videos and pictures were shot using my Iphone 7.
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