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Limited Release
Saibikoho Powder Brush (25 worldwide)

What is Yoshiki?

- wonders from the softest and most fulfilling touches -

'Yoshiki' is the latest master-made experience from the worldwide acclaimed Koyudo collection. Named after its legendary craftsman and founder of Koyudo - Mr. Fujimori (alias: Yoshiki) Uematsu.

The first release from this series is an initial production type powder brush limited to 25 sets worldwide. Each brush is completely handcrafted by the master, Yoshiki himself; using saibikoho (細微光峰), the rarest and finest goat hair available, promising an incredible texture like nothing you’ve ever experienced.

Yoshiki at work


Yoshiki at work

Saibikoho brush is often criticised for being impractical, given such softness is proven difficult to pick up the right amount of products. Hence, customers are often recommended to make compromises between comfort and practicality, depending on their skin type.

However, drawing from a wealth of experience in crafting both makeup and calligraphy brushes, Yoshiki was able to innovate beyond this limitation. Made from the same materials, Yoshiki powder brush is significantly more elastic in comparison to other brushes of the same caliber. At the same time, it retains the softness that saibikoho is known for, bringing the best of both worlds, giving you the softest and most fulfilling touches.

Specs
Full Length
approx. 161mm
Hair Length
approx. 45mm
Hair Thickness (on avg, before wash)
approx. 15mm
Ferrule width (maximum)
approx. 30mm

Hair type/Softness

Saibikoho: 9/10

Grabbing Power

8/10

Coverage

8/10


Gallery

Powder Brush (black) Front
Powder Brush (black) Back
Powder Brush (black) Sideview
Powder Brush (black) Closeup (Hair)
Powder Brush (black) Closeup (Handle)
Powder Brush (black) Overview

Craftsmanship

Yoshiki - The Craftsman

Fujimori Uematsu was born in Kumano, Hiroshima, Japan's 'brush capital'. He is one of a few elite craftsmen who could master the ancient 'Tenpyouhitsu' technique - Japan's most perplexed and intricate style of calligraphy brushes. These brushes were considered a luxury only fit for a royal audience in the ancient times and is frequently presented as offerings to the emperor of Japan during the Nara period...Read more


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