Japonesque is an increasingly popular range of beauty tools and are know to make particular good quality and pro MUA brushes. Now I haven't used their pro brushes before but these travel sized brushes give an indication of how lovely they must be.
I am not an animal print lover to clear things up hence I just cannot be biased towards these. But I just cannot understand how anyone can hate this print on brush hairs? It's just so cutely and strategically done that it doesn't look over the top. The uniqueness of it ticks all the boxes for me as I don't have any coloured bristles in my brush collection until I got my hands on this one.
Even if we keep the print aside which is something very subjective, the quality of these is fabulous considering they are travel sized. The hairs are densely packed and so lush on the skin, you won't stop touching them. There is very little shedding but I am not really bothered about that.
As for application, I keep the tiny powder brush in my make-up bag that I carry around with me everyday. It's great for powder and blusher touch ups and not to forget, for flaunting amongst the ladies who'll keep staring at it with awe!
The eye brushes work well for eye shadows as well as concealing. My favourite however is the bronzer brush aka the kabuki. It's softer than any brush you must have ever tried and gives the MAC one a run for its money retailing at £20.
Available at HQ Hair, I'd definitely recommend checking them out for their sheer cuteness!