EcoTools kabuki brush review

The EcoTools Bamboo Kabuki Brush* is part of the wide range of brushes made by cruelty free brush brand EcoTools. I've tried a few of their eye brushes before and been really impressed, so I was looking forward to seeing how the Kabuki Brush compared.

The brush has two-tone synthetic taklon fibres which feel super soft against skin and pick up powder products really nicely. 

I've been using mine mostly for translucent powders and to give a soft wash of blusher, however it will also be good for bronzer as the brush is quite large and will give good coverage. 

The soft texture of the fibres means that you get a really light coverage with your powder or blush, but I've found you can build this up nicely if you prefer something a bit stronger.

I've washed this a few times now and not noticed any shedding, with the fibres remaining in shape and retaining their softness. 

The Kabuki Brush retails at £9.99 which I think is a great price for the quality of this brush and also makes a great choice if you prefer cruelty free brands. You can find them in store and online at Boots

Have you tried any EcoTools brushes before? 

*This post contains PR samples. My views are honest as always. 



  1. Looks and sounds great, such an interesting looking brush!

    Sophierosehearts x

  2. Looks like a shaving brush.

    Jules x

  3. I have a mini kabuki brush for buffing on my mineral foundation, in fact it's the only brush I own lol x

  4. Does look like a shaving brush but quite lovely looking!

  5. I need to check out eco tools, i love that it's cruelty free!

    Ellen // A little bit Unique // Facebook // Bloglovin


  6. I lovely cruelty free products so this gets a thumbs up from me! :)

    Lyndsay xx

  7. I've got quite a few Eco Tools brushes although my collection has been taken over by Real Techniques recently, this looks really good and definitely one to add to the wishlist!
    Great review :)



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