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Posted by on Jun 21, 2014 in Makeup | 3 comments

Lola – Kabuki Brush

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Lola Kabuki Brush Review

I have to admit that I wouldn’t normally think of visiting Marks and Spencer to look for beauty products, but the new Lola Make Up by Perse range is available from good old M&S and there’s some great products. This Kabuki Brush is part of Lola’s make-up brush range, made from soft natural hair it has a domed head to help ensure even distribution of powder.

Lola Kabuki Brush With Powder

The Lola Kabuki Brush can be used to apply products to both the body or the face. I find it great for dusting e.l.f. Mineral Booster powder over my tinted moisturiser, the brush picks up a really find layer of powder so you can evenly blend without getting areas with concentrated amounts of powder. I find the best way of ensuring an even dusting is to pick up some of the powder using the Kabuki Brush, then swish it around the lid of the powder tub to ensure the powder is evenly distributed throughout the brush before sweeping over the face.

The Lola Kabuki Brush could be used to apply powder blush too, especially if you like your blush to be really subtle and not too concentrated. It would also be fab used to apply a shimmer powder to the collar bones or the fronts of the calves for a Summer evening.

Lola Kabuki Brush With Blush

If you’ve not heard of Lola Make Up by Perse before it’s well worth checking out next time you’re in M&S. Prices start at £8 for a nail polish, plus there’s a great range of make-up brushes and applicators starting from around £10. The classy matt black packaging looks good, and the bottom of the Kabuki Brush has the ‘Lola’ branding standing out in gloss lettering – you can just about make this out from the image above.

Lola Kabuki Brush is priced at £19.00 (it’s one of Lola’s more pricey items), available from M&S.

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  1. I completely agree with you in the sense that I wouldn’t usually think of heading to the makeup section when I’m in m&s but I’ll definitely go and have a look at what they have to offer next time I visit! I’ve wanted to buy a kabuki brush for a while because everyone raves about them, but there are just so many to choose from – I will have to check it out if I come across this one 🙂 Great post, Saida xx

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