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    Japanese brushes - Chikuhodo, Koyudo, Hakuhodo, Suqqu, etc

    I see Hakuhodo brushes have a thread, but I thought we should have one for other Japanese brush brands too!

    My first question for you all - does anyone own or have you seen the Chikuhodo P-8 in real life? I have nothing at all against fancy/pricey brushes, but I'm curious whether this could possibly be worth $500+
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    oh, I have been curious about these brushes also and how to get them in the US...thank you for starting a thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplhrt21 View Post
    oh, I have been curious about these brushes also and how to get them in the US...thank you for starting a thread!
    Ooh, good point. Here are the places I know of:

    Koyudo - Cool Japan Now (Japan)
    Chikuhodo - Now-eproject (Japan) and Kohlindo (Sweden)
    Suqqu - Selfridges (UK) and Ichibankao (Japan)
    Hakuhodo - Hakuhodo USA

    All of them ship worldwide, but shipping costs from most of them are pretty hefty. Cool Japan Now was pretty reasonable - I think I paid like $18 for FedEx shipping to the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niccig View Post
    I see Hakuhodo brushes have a thread, but I thought we should have one for other Japanese brush brands too!

    My first question for you all - does anyone own or have you seen the Chikuhodo P-8 in real life? I have nothing at all against fancy/pricey brushes, but I'm curious whether this could possibly be worth $500+
    Wow, for that price I would expect the squirrel to come put my makeup on for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by niccig View Post
    I see Hakuhodo brushes have a thread, but I thought we should have one for other Japanese brush brands too!

    My first question for you all - does anyone own or have you seen the Chikuhodo P-8 in real life? I have nothing at all against fancy/pricey brushes, but I'm curious whether this could possibly be worth $500+
    With brushes in that price range it's often the handle that makes it very expensive too. The most expensive series of Hakuhodo are that expensive because of the special handles. Kashoen Royal brushes are even more pricey, the handles are so pretty.
    We have a Koyudo thread as well http://www.specktra.net/t/183879/koyudo-brushes. Hakuhodo was the first Japanese brush brand I tried, but I recently ordered a couple Koyudo. I can't wait till they arrive. I'm also planning on getting some Chikuhodo and Tanseido brushes next.
    My sale with lowered prices! http://www.specktra.net/t/180072/mac-sale-lots-of-brushes-including-131-and-165-flamingo-pink-pigeon-fixed-on-drama-sushi-kiss-sounds-like-noise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkdollface View Post
    With brushes in that price range it's often the handle that makes it very expensive too. The most expensive series of Hakuhodo are that expensive because of the special handles. Kashoen Royal brushes are even more pricey, the handles are so pretty.
    We have a Koyudo thread somewhere as well. Hakuhodo was the first Japanese brush brand I tried, but I recently ordered a couple Koyudo. I can't wait till they arrive. I'm also planning on getting some Chikuhodo and Tanseido brushes next.
    Oooh, which Koyudos did you get? I snagged the red squirrel cheek brush in the fall, but I've been lusting after the BP004 and Fu-pa02.

    I totally agree about the handles - I have a lot of Hakuhodo G and J series with the plain black handles and they were really reasonably priced. Comparable to MAC brushes anyway (but higher quality IMO).
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    Quote Originally Posted by boschicka View Post
    Wow, for that price I would expect the squirrel to come put my makeup on for me!
    Lol that would explain the price at least - that would have to be a highly-trained squirrel!
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    Quote Originally Posted by niccig View Post
    Oooh, which Koyudos did you get? I snagged the red squirrel cheek brush in the fall, but I've been lusting after the BP004 and Fu-pa02.

    I totally agree about the handles - I have a lot of Hakuhodo G and J series with the plain black handles and they were really reasonably priced. Comparable to MAC brushes anyway (but higher quality IMO).
    I got the Fu-Pa02, BP034, BP035 and BP036. Lucky you that you have the red squirrel cheek brush! My Hakuhodos are also all G and J series. The quality is much better than Mac and the price is indeed very reasonable for what you get.
    I worked on my list for my next purchase this evening and my Chikuhodo list is Z-2, Z-4, Z-10 and G-16 and for Tanseido I think YAQ17, YSC17 and YWQ7. Do you have a wishlist for any brands?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkdollface View Post
    I got the Fu-Pa02, BP034, BP035 and BP036. Lucky you that you have the red squirrel cheek brush! My Hakuhodos are also all G and J series. The quality is much better than Mac and the price is indeed very reasonable for what you get.
    I worked on my list for my next purchase this evening and my Chikuhodo list is Z-2, Z-4, Z-10 and G-16 and for Tanseido I think YAQ17, YSC17 and YWQ7. Do you have a wishlist for any brands?
    I can't wait to hear what you think of the Koyudo eye brushes! I have entirely too many wishlist items :-) From Hakuhodo I want the J004G, K024, G5529 and large Kokutan Kinoko C (one day, maybe!). The next time I order from Chikuhodo I'm eyeing the R-C2 cheek brush and/or Z-4, and the MK-2 at some point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niccig View Post
    I can't wait to hear what you think of the Koyudo eye brushes! I have entirely too many wishlist items :-) From Hakuhodo I want the J004G, K024, G5529 and large Kokutan Kinoko C (one day, maybe!). The next time I order from Chikuhodo I'm eyeing the R-C2 cheek brush and/or Z-4, and the MK-2 at some point.
    I'll post about the brushes once I have them. My wishlist is much larger too, but these have my priority. I would like a powder brush from Chikuhodo too, but I like the shape of the Z-1 and the handles of the MK brushes, so I'm not sure yet which and I figured since I don't have any squirrel brushes yet a smaller and cheaper option for the face would be better to try first.
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    I looooveee Japanese brushes! I have Hakuhodo and Koyudo brushes but like Koyudo more. I will try to make pictures tomorrow

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    I forgot to clean de brushes, but i found a picture on my computer:

    H011, Fu-Pa2, Fu-Pa1 and Fu-Pa14

    Also have these brushes: Fu-Pa11, C017P, BP035 and BP032
    I will try to make a picture when i clean my brushes

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    i ordered 4 Koyudo brushes from cooljapannow.

    i got

    Bp033- eyeshadow brush for layering
    Bp037- eyeshadow brush for the crease
    both are made of Gray Squirrel hair

    Bp013-labeled as a foundation brush BUT i plan to use it as a powder brush
    Bp014- Foundation brush. i plan to use it as a blush brush both are made from Goat Hair.

    they all have White handles with pink letters. i cant wait to have them. i have a couple of hakuhodos and i like them alot. so i decided to try a different brand. the ultimate dream is a chikuhodo haul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimibos View Post
    i ordered 4 Koyudo brushes from cooljapannow.

    i got

    Bp033- eyeshadow brush for layering
    Bp037- eyeshadow brush for the crease
    both are made of Gray Squirrel hair

    Bp013-labeled as a foundation brush BUT i plan to use it as a powder brush
    Bp014- Foundation brush. i plan to use it as a blush brush both are made from Goat Hair.

    they all have White handles with pink letters. i cant wait to have them. i have a couple of hakuhodos and i like them alot. so i decided to try a different brand. the ultimate dream is a chikuhodo haul.
    I have had the Fu-Pa02, BP-34, BP-35 and BP-36 for a couple of weeks now. The Fu-Pa02 is love for foundation! It blends so easy and perfect. The BP-34 is made from kolinsky hair and better than the Mac 242 IMO, because it has more hair and therefore is denser. I wanted something to replace the Mac and I'm glad I found it. It's great for cream eyeshadows. The BP-36 is also a kolinsky brush and it's supposed to be a dupe for a Shu Uemura brush that I wanted. I didn't get the Shu brush when I found it in a Shu store in Antwerpen, because it was €50 The Koyudo one is perfect and it was much cheaper! It's a very small crease brush and because it's stiff it can be more precize than the Hakuhodo J5529. The BP-35 was my first squirrel hair brush. I thought it might not be great for shadow because it's so soft, but it actually pics up quite a good amount of product. It's especially nice for pigmented eyeshadows that are soft and can have fall out. The fall out is minimal with this brush.

    I would like to hear your thoughts on the brushes you ordered too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkdollface View Post
    I have had the Fu-Pa02, BP-34, BP-35 and BP-36 for a couple of weeks now. The Fu-Pa02 is love for foundation! It blends so easy and perfect. The BP-34 is made from kolinsky hair and better than the Mac 242 IMO, because it has more hair and therefore is denser. I wanted something to replace the Mac and I'm glad I found it. It's great for cream eyeshadows. The BP-36 is also a kolinsky brush and it's supposed to be a dupe for a Shu Uemura brush that I wanted. I didn't get the Shu brush when I found it in a Shu store in Antwerpen, because it was €50 The Koyudo one is perfect and it was much cheaper! It's a very small crease brush and because it's stiff it can be more precize than the Hakuhodo J5529. The BP-35 was my first squirrel hair brush. I thought it might not be great for shadow because it's so soft, but it actually pics up quite a good amount of product. It's especially nice for pigmented eyeshadows that are soft and can have fall out. The fall out is minimal with this brush.

    I would like to hear your thoughts on the brushes you ordered too!
    im SOLD! i luv the mac 242, i prefer it over the 239. i saw some of the kolinsky ones but i didnt know what to think since i have never touch the material. i dont have the haku j5529 but im loving crease brushes. lately.

    Thank you very much! this was very helpful im going to be ordering all these in my next koyudo haul. ill be posting pictures and comments about my haul. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimibos View Post
    im SOLD! i luv the mac 242, i prefer it over the 239. i saw some of the kolinsky ones but i didnt know what to think since i have never touch the material. i dont have the haku j5529 but im loving crease brushes. lately.

    Thank you very much! this was very helpful im going to be ordering all these in my next koyudo haul. ill be posting pictures and comments about my haul. thanks
    You're welcome! I wanted to write about the brushes earlier, but since I started my graduation intership (I'm not sure if that's what it's called in english) I'm very busy and I forgot about it. Kolinsky hair is similar to weasel, which I think that's what the Mac brush is made of. It's good with liquids as well, so if you like to use pigments wet you can use brushes with this hair. The BP-34 is a bit bigger than the Mac 242 though. I wish they had a size just a bit smaller, so I could change it up. They have some smaller ones, but I think those might be too small. Hakuhodo also has some kolinsky hair brushes, but they are only sold in Japan. I'll see if they have something a bit smaller and maybe I can get it with my next cp from Tommy.
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    What!? Ok I'm going to have to research more about these. My japaknowledge does not go that far ( see u in a few weeks after I immerse myself in the research ..)
    Im not frowning. this is my resting b*tch face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mosha010 View Post
    What!? Ok I'm going to have to research more about these. My japaknowledge does not go that far ( see u in a few weeks after I immerse myself in the research ..)
    i think the koyudo brushes have more fun handles LOL im glad to know thanks to PDF that the quality is there.

    you should follow Sonia at sweet makeup temptations. she knows all brands. she is the brush Queen.

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    oyudo Fu-Pa11 (dirty lol) en FPr002, Tanseido YAQ17 and EQ28, Chikuhodo R-C2 and R-B1, Koyudo BP035, BP032 and C017P

    The FPr002 is one of my favorite brushes. Its sooooo soft! Love it! Love all the Japonese brushes I need too try the Tanseido en Chiku brushes more, they are new. I only tried them once.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MissHolland View Post
    The FPr002 is one of my favorite brushes. Its sooooo soft! Love it! Love all the Japonese brushes I need too try the Tanseido en Chiku brushes more, they are new. I only tried them once.
    Enjoy your haul! the blue handle tanseido looks soo pretty. i have the BP035 in my wishlist. the BP032 looks like a mac 217. in shape. adding it to the list.
    Thanks for sharing!

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    Hi everyone (this is my first post, yay) Is anyone using the Koyudo fu-pa 02 for foundation? I'm debating on getting it and there's not too many reviews out there. I've also got a Hakuhodo order coming... And I'm plotting my second already hehe. What I'm mainly after right now is an excellent foundation brush

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    Thanks kimibos! I will! :-)

    Chickibum, i love the Fu-Pa02 for foundation. I ordered a BU.

    I also made some pictures of my eyebrow brushes:

    MAC 263, Chikuhodo R-B1 and Hakuhodo B163BkSL



    Swatches with the brushes and my Illamasqua Eye Brow Cake in Motto:

    Mac, Chiku and Haku brush.

    The MAC brush has long hair and is flexible. The hair is synthetic. Works great for less pigmented products. The Chiku brush has long hair too, and its a little fluffy and little flexible. The hair is Water Badger. This brush give you a soft and natural finish. I use it with Illamasqua Motto, a pigmented product. The Haku one is perfect. You can make sharp lines but when you fill your brows in you get a soft, natural and even finish. The hair is Weasel.

    As you can see on the picture, the MAC one give you the most colour. I dont like this brush because of that.. and because its big and too flexible in my opinion. You can work with the Haku and Chicu more precisely. If i had too pic one brush it would be the Haku one because you can make sharp lines en fill your brows softly in. But the Chiku one is a realy nice brush too. It just depends on what you like the most.

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    I ordered a couple new Chikuhodos from now-eproject recently, and they came in a couple days ago!


    Terrible picture, but there you have it. The one on the left is the R-P6 powder brush, and the smaller one is the R-C2 cheek brush. Both are grey squirrel, and pretty dense so they're a lot firmer than, say, the Koyudo red squirrel brush. It's my first experience with Chikuhodo grey squirrel and I'm already in love. I imagine they're similar to the hairs in the Z series, but the price tag isn't quite so high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by niccig View Post
    I ordered a couple new Chikuhodos from now-eproject recently, and they came in a couple days ago!
    Terrible picture, but there you have it. The one on the left is the R-P6 powder brush, and the smaller one is the R-C2 cheek brush. Both are grey squirrel, and pretty dense so they're a lot firmer than, say, the Koyudo red squirrel brush. It's my first experience with Chikuhodo grey squirrel and I'm already in love. I imagine they're similar to the hairs in the Z series, but the price tag isn't quite so high.
    Enjoy! they both look gorgeous! im hoping to get some of the Z ones for my B-day or the passion set. also the pic is fine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimibos View Post
    Enjoy! they both look gorgeous! im hoping to get some of the Z ones for my B-day or the passion set. also the pic is fine!
    I only have one brush from the Passion series, but based on that I think it would be better to go with the Z series. The Passion handles are soooo pretty, but the hair in the powder brush isn't really as soft as I'd like it to be.
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    Hi girls I got my koyudo haul yesterday I took some pictures. im going to be posting some here. please excuse the amount of pictures and the quality. they were taking with my phone and im really bad at taking brush pictures LOL

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    BP013, BP014, BP033 and BP037 Closer shot BP013, Chanel #4, Mac 128 BP014 and Mac 227 This Pic is really bad Sorry. NARS #12, Hakuhodo J146 and BP037. the nars one is the smallest, then the Haku is the biggest one. so the koyudo is like medium. BP033 and Hakuhodo J5523 The hakuhodo one is Bigger and more Fluffy than the Koyudo one.

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    As for the handles the Koyudo ones are Smaller than the hakuhodo ones. miniature compare to the now Old NARS brush handles. here us a pic of the BP014 and the mac 227. you can see the difference between the handles. I took this pic yesterday before i washed the brushes. After the first wash they did get a little bit bigger. and the BP037 lost the VERY pointed tip it had. Still they didnt Shed and are Soft as can be. The BP013 is the softest one, even more than the face hakuhodo ones that i have. Im very happy with my purchase. and will be getting more Koyudo brushes! :flower:

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    Im not frowning. this is my resting b*tch face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimibos View Post
    The hakuhodo one is Bigger and more Fluffy than the Koyudo one.
    Oooh those look so soft and fluffy! Are you using the BP013 for blush?
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