Eihodo Makie Makeup Brush Exclusive at CDJapan!
Maki-e is a technique representative of lacquer art uniquely developed by Japan and has been practiced since the Nara period about 1200 years ago.
It is said this maki-e method is what made the people of Western Europe comprehend Japanese art and cultural power at a world fair held in Paris in the 19th century.
A thin brush is used to draw on the surface of a vessel with lacquer and gold powder is sprinkled on top before the lacquer hardens to express the pattern.
Two Patterns of gray squirrel are available now!
100% Gray Squirrel
A jumbo-sized powder brush with no angles on the entire tip, characterized by its beautiful curves and a thickness that's just right. It also fits the unnevenness of the face, and adheres powder firmly to the skin.
Gray Squirrel mixed with Goat Sokoho
Full-rounded brush that delivers natural looking, medium to full coverage when applied in broad sweeping strokes all over the face. It evenly applies both loose and pressed powder.