Tokidoki Kabuki Brush, A Haiku Review

Published in: Makeup Tools, Product Reviews

Kabuki Brush by
Tokidoki, you’re so cute!
Price: 28 bucks.

Long, soft bristles… they’re
Antibacterial?! That’s
What Sephora says.

Full, fluffy brush head
Distributes product over
A wide area.

Too much product? No.
And not too little, either.
Just the right amount.

Powder or bronzer
Application — oh so fast!
Fab for rushed mornings.

It’s a work of art;
Pricey, yes, but beautiful.
MBB Rating…

A+ :)

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,


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  1. Alaina says:

    Hahahaha. I loveddddddd the Haikus. Very clever.

  2. Kypris says:

    I’m still so confused… what exactly are Kabuki brushes for, compared to other large powder brushes? >.<

    • Shannon says:

      They’re usually more dense than other large powder brushes, so they grab a little more product and distribute more to the skin, giving more coverage (if, for example, you’re applying foundation).

      I like how I had to say “more” four times in one sentence :) haha.

  3. Catherine says:

    DUDE. I am SO EXCITED. My friend said she’d get this for me for my birthday so we’re going to Sephora’s VIB event together tonight. I so can’t wait!! LOL! 😀 😀 😀

    Glad to hear you like it! Some people were saying it’s too fluffy/not stiff enough for powder, but I usually use a pretty fluffy brush anyway so I’m hoping it works out for me!

    Love the haikus too hahahaha. 😀
    .-= Catherine’s last blog post… Birthday Love from Lulu ♥ =-.

  4. Sonja says:

    Hahahhaa loooved the haiku!!!!! I don’t know why, by I can totally imagine some waterfall sounds in the back and a couple of notes of harp…***price****/long pause/***** 28 bucks****/all in one breath/*******.

    Yes, I think I have officially gone mad.

    Pretty brush btw.

  5. Glosslizard says:

    Superlative post!
    Your writing is eloquent,
    and informative!


  6. loll your haiku reviews are my favorite. the purple with white looks so pretty, and of course everything tokidoki makes is supercute
    .-= makeup morsels’s last blog post… Intensive Skincare with Prescriptives =-.

  7. Nina says:

    Yayyy finally a Tokidoki item I can buy that works. Thank you for the awesome review Ms Poet!!! 😀

    I shall buy! STAT!!!

  8. Rica says:

    I tried to make a
    Haiku that rhymes, but I failed.
    Please teach me how


    Not only mine doesn’t rhyme, I’m not quite sure if this is a Haiku…

    Anyway, this brush looks intriguing. I’ve never seen a square-ish brush. I gotta pet it when I head to Sephora this Sunday (to use my discount coupon =D).

    Is this brush dense? I mean I have a few Kabuki, they are dense, but they don’t quit feel like “strong” enough if you know what I mean. Like how the MAC ones is very…. hmmm… “strong”…

  9. Anna says:

    Love the haikus, this is fabulous! Fabulous.

  10. Andrea says:

    I was considering getting the MAC 134 brush solely for bronzer, but it’s around $64 (Canadian) so now I’m thinking this would maybe be a better buy? The Toki Doki kabuki is probably in the $30-something range here.

  11. Karen says:

    You have pretty much convinced me that I need that brush. I wanted it from the moment i saw it, and since it gets such a good rating, I know it’ll be worth the money.

  12. Ashley says:

    I’m not a Sephora VIB yet… but I wasn’t even invited to the regular BI 15% sale at Sephora… :(
    I really do want to get this Kabuki brush now though!

  13. Sylvie says:

    I can’t believe you dare to put a brush in the paws of Tabs… what if he swiped at it and half the bristles came out? 😛

  14. Sarah says:

    Hahahahaha so funny

  15. Marce says:

    I am loving this
    Haiku-type series of posts
    They are fun to read!

    You make me get all creative! I love this tokidoki line, the characters are so cute! And of course it doesn’t hurt when the product is as good as the packaging 😉
    .-= Marce’s last blog post… Experiments, Part I: Pink Eyeliner =-.

  16. Jules says:

    I want to buy this brush for the colour alone :p

  17. jenny says:

    cute. but.. it looks just like my urban decay big buddha brush

  18. Genie says:

    Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!! So Cute!

  19. Raven says:

    Love your reviews. Short and sweet ;D. Is this brush god for buffin’ in foundation? If not, is there a better one? I hear MAC 187 is the way to go, but I hate spending 50+ on one brush :p

  20. Christy says:

    Thanks for the review! I’m really liking that it is antibacterial. The one brush that I don’t like washing much is my kabuki brushes (hence why I have a few). They take a long time to dry and are so hard to clean.
    .-= Christy’s last blog post… More MAC Give Me Liberty of London: MAC Dirty Plum Blush =-.

  21. Amy says:

    I love this, it’s soooo soft. Love the colors and graphics as well, even though I’m old!!!

  22. Shabby says:

    It looks so soft & fluffy that I would want to just brush it on my face for the heck of it. XD The design is very cute too. As expected of Tokidoki. :)
    .-= Shabby’s last blog post… Clash of the Titans movie night out look =-.

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