I got my RMK cheek brush for a month now. Japanese brushes are going strong in my stash. I was debating to get Lunasol cheek brush or RMK one. Their counters are just across each other and I were going back and forth testing out. I am sure I looked stupid at the department store. The verdict? RMK won!
RMK cheek brushes come in 2 sizes. I picked the smaller one as I have enough round and fluffy ones.
The softness of the brush topped my beloved Hakuhodo B505BKSL blush brush. I can’t believe that!
The RMK cheek brush is made from grey squirrel hair. It is very soft to touch and blend blush seamlessly onto the cheek. It’s great for both highly-pigmented and no-so-pigmented blushes. The buttery soft squirrel hair and tapered end deposit just the right amount of color on the cheek. Application is sheer and no harsh edges. It’s also the right size for my face. (I have a small face.). The SA told me that it works on both cream and powder products. Another great reason to buy this brush! If feels ultra luxurious on the face. RMK brushes are made by Chikuhodo. I am starting to fall in love with Chikuhodo brushes like Suqqu.
RMK cheek brush is taking over Hakuhodo’s space in my heart at the moment.
I haven’t tested it out with cream products yet, but will be very soon.
I’m a bit lazy to review on Hakuhodo B505BKSL, if anyone want a review, please let me know!
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