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Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black)

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Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes
Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes
Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes
Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes
Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes

Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black)

Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes
Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes
Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes
Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes
Koyudo Saibikoho Fuji-Sakura Raden Powder Brush (Black) - Fude Beauty, Japanese Makeup Brushes

This limited-edition brush is crafted by master brush maker, Fujimori Uematsu, in collaboration with the traditional techniques of Toyama Prefecture. Bristles are the softest, highest grade goat hair – saibikoho – which is revered for its smooth texture and natural luster, and its ability to leave the skin with an even, natural glow.

To evoke a feeling of traditional Japan, the handle is embellished with Mount Fuji (a symbol of Japan and designated world heritage site) and sakura (cherry blossoms, Japan's national flower) using the raden decorative technique. Raden is a traditional mother-of-pearl inlay technique used in Toyama Prefecture. The iridescent, rainbow-colored nacreous layer inside the shell is embedded into a carved surface of lacquer or wood.

Details
Bristle material: Saibikoho goat
Bristle shape: Round-flat
Full length: 137mm
Bristle length: 42mm

Please note that it takes about one week from the time of order to the time of shipment. This brush is also available with a red handle


To evoke a feeling of traditional Japan, the handle is embellished with Mount Fuji (a symbol of Japan and designated world heritage site) and sakura (cherry blossoms, Japan's national flower) using the raden decorative technique. Raden is a traditional mother-of-pearl inlay technique used in Toyama Prefecture. The iridescent, rainbow-colored nacreous layer inside the shell is embedded into a carved surface of lacquer or wood.

Please note, as of 1 March 2022, we are currently unable to ship to Russia, Belarus and Ukraine, and EMS services have been temporarily suspended for all of Europe.

FREE Shipping offer

Purchases of $300+ USD receive FREE worldwide shipping.

Shipping for orders under $300 USD

  • USA, Canada, Europe (excl. Russia): $25 (FedEx, EMS), $30 (DHL)
  • Asia: $15 (EMS), $20 (DHL/FedEx)
  • Oceania: $20 (FedEx, EMS), $25 (DHL)
  • Mexico, South and Central America: $40 (DHL/FedEx)
  • Middle East: $25 (EMS), $40 (DHL)
  • All other regions: $40 (DHL/FedEx)

DHL/FedEx vs EMS 

  • DHL/FedEx do not ship to bases or PO Boxes
  • DHL/FedEx are typically faster shipping than EMS, but may result in higher taxes and duties fees (you can find more on Taxes and Duties below)

Domestic shipping fees

Please note, product purchased within Japan are subject to a 10% consumption tax.

  • Under $100: 1,080 yen (tax included) via Sagawa
  • Over $100: FREE via Japan Post, $30 via EMS

TAXES & DUTIES 

You may be subject to import taxes and duties on delivery, depending on the country. These fees are not included in Fude Beauty product prices or shipping charges, so please be sure to find out the policy for the country you are shipping to. While these fees are not reimbursed by Fude Beauty, we can provide a discount for future purchases. If you are charged taxes or duties fees, please contact us via our Contact page or by email at support@fudebeauty.com with your the receipt of your fees.

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