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
bargains lately?
Let me know
also let me know if you tried
 going to try out these brushes
Because I'm very curious if you like them!

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