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Japonesque Safari Chic Brushes – Rarrrrr!

Just when I thought Japonesque could do no better with their affordable, superbly-made cosmetic brushes, they went away and made this range: Safari Chic. Adds a bit if fun to the making-up process, doesn’t it?

You’ll see that I’ve used Japonesque brushes in quite a few of my makeup videos – I find their short-handled brushes to be exceptionally easy to use and I like the densely packed bristles. The Safari Chic versions are no different – short handles make the brushes perfect for travelling with and the brush heads are really chunky and full. Some might say that the eye brushes are rather too chunky, but for my own particular slap-dash method of shadow application, they work rather well indeed!

The 3-piece brush set contains a powder brush and two eye brushes (one is a brush for the crease of the eye, to add shading and contour) and everything is neatly packaged in a special pouch. More animal print. Which pleases me greatly!

The Japonesque Safari Chic brushes, which are possibly too nice to actually use, are available at Boots will be at  HQHair.com shortly. For now, check out the touch-up tube that I mentioned a few weeks ago! (You can read that Japonesque review here.)


  1. Hi. I have a question for you. Do you think that the powder brush in the set can also be used for bronzer and blush not just for powder? I tried to find any opinion about this but I could not… :(
    Thank you so much for your help!

  2. pretty interesting, would rather try out the normal ones though.

  3. I would also like to know how these compare to real techniques brushes.

  4. Been keeping an eye out for these, as I crave them deeeply.

    As of this morning, they are now in stock at HQHair.com – yay! :-)

  5. Ruth can you please recommend a good but affordable excellent brush set? I have bren saving up money for this and i cant decide what really honestly is the best makeup brush out there. HELP?!

    • You can’t go far wrong with Japonesque, actually – get a large bronzer brush, an eye detail brush and a fluffier eye brush and you’ll be sorted for most things! xx

      • Hu Ruth, the broncear brush u refer to, is that the one with the short kabuki handle? That’s the only bronzer brush from japonesque I see at the ulta website… Thanks :)

  6. Chloe Elizabeth

    HQHair apparently supposed to release anyday now…
    Who wouldn’t want to stock these amazing little creatures?! x

  7. These brushes look amazing! I will be making a detour into Boots tomorrow.

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