Haku-ototsuho Yomo is hair from around the shoulder area of goats, which has a moderate firmness.
The highest-quality hair for brushes, known as "Koyomo", is hair that has been taken from goats living in the Yangtze region of China, in the 1970s or before, and is precious due to its rarity. Brushes using "Koyomo" confirmed as being from this period, are coated in cuticles up to the hair tip, and have delicate tips, which means that they feel smooth on the skin and have no friction. The brushes also last a long time, becoming more adapted the more they are used, and as make-up brushes they are unparalleled.
The contrast between the pale white color of the "Koyomo", and the glossy pearl pink color of the stem, is extremely beautiful. It comes with a presentation box. Note: Box may change

Designed with domed bristles to effortlessly sweep along the cheek bone for precise application. It effortlessly pick up powder formulas perfectly, and move gently over the complexion for beautiful blending. Ideal for blush, highlighting and contouring the hollows of the cheeks and cheekbones as well.
Softness (degree 1-10): 7
Usage: Blush, Highlighter