Mizuho Brushes: Review + Demo by Alicia Archer (aka Kinkysweat)
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We're proud to stock Kumano Fude brand Mizuho at Fude Beauty. We collaborated with Alicia Archer (aka Kinkysweat) to intro and demo them.
Mizuho brushes are informed by a history of calligraphy brush-making in the Kumano region of Japan, a skill that dates back 1,300 years. Their ongoing pursuit of craftsmanship is founded in using age-old techniques combined with the continuous development of makeup brushes of outstanding quality. Each of their brushes is handmade and subject to strict quality control at all stages, from bristle selection and sorting, to the removal of misaligned hairs, peak formation, setting and inserting of hair, and handle mounting and inspection. Mizuho has a proud history of 180 years of traditional Kumano brush making.
In this video, Alicia introduces brushes from their two key series, the CMP Series and MB Series. The CMP series is chic, sleek series with handles of matte black that frame the high-quality bristles. The handles are lightweight and sturdy with an attractive minimal appeal. The MB series is Mizuho's flagship collection, bringing together their advanced brush-making techniques, a focus functionality, and sophisticated design. The matte-black handles are contoured to fit your hand, capped with brushed silver ferrules and natural bristles. The MB series received a GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2011.
Brushes featured include:
- CMP510 Liquid Foundation Brush
- CMP514 Cheek Brush
- CMP527 Eyeshadow Blending Brush
- CMP521 Eyeshadow Brush
- MB114 Highlight Brush
- MB101 Multi Face Brush
- MB125 Eyeshadow Blending Brush
- MB124 Multi-shadow Brush
Be sure to check out the video below, and browse Mizuho brushes.