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Japanese brushes - Chikuhodo, Koyudo, Hakuhodo, Suqqu, etc

fur4elise

Well-known member
Let us know what you think of them... I can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks
Coming in with first impressions of the Sonia G Pro Eye set.

:heart::heart::heart:

I really like and enjoy my Wayne Goss and Chikuhodo T series eye brushes. But so far these beat the band!
I love the sizes. I love the handles and the weight of the handles. They are all super soft. It is a beautiful set.

When I get a chance I will take some pictures and come back with more thoughts. I am totally pleased I invested in this set! :thumbsup:

 

lenchen

Member
Please share your thoughts and experience after you use them!
Pencil Pro: really is a smaller version of the Pencil Two in her current line. It’s very similar to the Suqqu S brush, only this can be used for creams and/powders, this worked great for contouring my eyes, building my outer v, using transition colours, this worked really well for my hooded eyes, and for blending our harsh lines/edges

Builder Pro: this worked great packing colour and building colour on the lid especially sparkly/glittery eyeshadow formulas such as the Natasha denona crystal croma. It worked great on the outer v. There was little fallout when I used the glittery blue shade from the Pat McGrath dark star palette, and that gold/green shade from ND gold palette. This was very very soft, no scratchiness at all! This brush really pulled the looks I created especially my crease and transition colours.

Worker Pro: I loved using this for my brow bone, diffusing my lashline, my eyes didn’t water very much, this brush is very multi functional, and it worked well with my eye size and shape.

Crease Pro: A medium-sized crease brush that blends seamlessly! Again, very soft, no fall out issues when I placed colours in the crease, or using my transition colours. My new favourite blending brush, and I love my Wayne Goss #19 , and #20 , that is saying a lot!

Blender Pro: A densly packed blending brush that worked great when I used it for blending, crease work, and packing colours in the crease.

Overall, I love these just as much as the ones in her main line, I’m glad I invested in these, and I have to say Sonia G brushes are my go to, then my Wayne Goss, Chikuhodo GSN series, and my hakuhodo brushes.
 

boschicka

Specktra Bestie
In addition to purchasing new/backups of Sonia G brushes and the Chikuhodo MK-MO and MK-2 powder brushes, I placed my first order from Fude Beauty.
A. I must be stopped.
B. The tracking never updated for my Fude Beauty order, so the package arrived unannounced, but it was a positive experience and they included a Suqqu powder as a free gift.
C. I'm excited for these shorter handles. Without my glasses on, I need to get right up on my mirror and long-handle brushes make that difficult.
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lenchen

Member
In addition to purchasing new/backups of Sonia G brushes and the Chikuhodo MK-MO and MK-2 powder brushes, I placed my first order from Fude Beauty.
A. I must be stopped.
B. The tracking never updated for my Fude Beauty order, so the package arrived unannounced, but it was a positive experience and they included a Suqqu powder as a free gift.
C. I'm excited for these shorter handles. Without my glasses on, I need to get right up on my mirror and long-handle brushes make that difficult.
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beautiful!
 

Shars

Active member
In addition to purchasing new/backups of Sonia G brushes and the Chikuhodo MK-MO and MK-2 powder brushes, I placed my first order from Fude Beauty.
A. I must be stopped.
B. The tracking never updated for my Fude Beauty order, so the package arrived unannounced, but it was a positive experience and they included a Suqqu powder as a free gift.
C. I'm excited for these shorter handles. Without my glasses on, I need to get right up on my mirror and long-handle brushes make that difficult.
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Good to hear about your Fude Beauty experience. I've been checking out some brushes on their website for a while. I also need to be stopped *sigh*
 

fur4elise

Well-known member
I love all of the brushes except for the Chikuhodo puff brushes. They are scratchy.
Bummer on the puff brushes! Thank you for the feedback! Skip for me.

I went ahead and purchased the Sonia G. Face Two when it came back into stock, and I am so happy I did. I love it! :cloud9:
 
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