Thursday, August 1, 2013

Review: Zhousina Joursna Brush 1052 && 1049.

Hello Sweethearts,

today I'm going to review the Zhousina Jorsna brushes. I had never ever heard of these or similar brushes until I saw some reviews on blogs I regular read. After reading the reviews I was like why not try this out, maybe it's something or maybe it's nothing but it's at least worth a try.


I ordered the 1052, 1049 && the 1050. The blue one is the 1052, the red/pinkish one is the 1049 && the 1050 is the golden one. The golden one I ordered as a gift for my sister, but I actually wanted the 1051 for her. I must have clicked on the wrong one. Trying these out for a while now I decided to re-order the 1051 twice. Maybe one for my mom or maybe I keep that one not sure yet.

By re-ordering you must have thought, are they that good?!?!? My answer is YES!


They're not only easy but they also apply the products really good && they're easy to clean.

They apply easy a good amount of product onto your face, I actually read that they didn't so I applied way to much with the 1049. I kind of had an over done bronze look going on. Never again.

The brushes itself are also really really really soft!

&& they're easy to clean. I cleaned them with baby shampoo && they're just as clean as when I got them, they dry quick and they don't lose any hairs! [unlike my MAC blush brush...]


Since the brushes only have number and no names no description whatsoever I needed to kind of figured out what for brushes they're. && I think I have found it!

The 1049 [above] is the Angled Kabuki with as functions; Blended cream product application,  mostly used for: Buff cream blush or bronzer onto the skin.
Which I can conform because I have used it for this purpose and I'm really pleased with the results.

or the Flat Angled Kabuki mostly used for: Blends foundation easily onto  hard-to-reach areas of the face. Angle fits all areas of the face seamlessly. Works especially well on cheekbones and contours of the nose.

I can't conform that because I like using the same brushes for foundations and blushes/bronzers.


The 1052 is the Round Kabuki if I'm correct. Functions; Buffed powder foundation application. mostly used for; Blend mineral products onto the skin. 
I use this one for my conclear and brightening up my eye area. I also sometimes use it for liquid highlighters.
I'm also really happy with the results of this brush.

 
I didn't review the 1050 because that's a present && I think it's rude to use presents, haha I think everyone can agree with me on that!
 
I got the brushes from Ebay for $3.28 which is around the €2.50.
 
 
Did you find any good brushes
or
bargains lately?
 
Let me know
&&
also let me know if you tried
or
 going to try out these brushes
Because I'm very curious if you like them!
 



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