Beautylish Presents The Yano Brush Series


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Beautylish Presents The Yano Brush Series
Beautylish Presents The Yano Brush Series
Beautylish Presents The Yano Brush Series
Beautylish Presents The Yano Brush Series
Beautylish Presents The Yano Brush Series
Beautylish Presents The Yano Brush Series

Release Date + About the Launch

Experience makeup application so luxe, you’ll look forward to it every day. The Yano Series Face Set is a curated collection of makeup brushes designed to deliver the ultimate in luxury—whether you’re blending, buffing, or finishing your look. Each brush is meticulously handcrafted by master artisans in Kumano, the brushmaking capital of Japan.

Now online

Products in the Launch

Brush 01 Powder, $175.00

This full, fluffy powder brush picks up just the right amount of powder and disperses it with a whisper-soft touch—perfect for applying setting or finishing powder all over the face.

  • Total Brush Length: 185 mm
  • Bristle Length: 55 mm
  • Hair type: gray squirrel

Brush 02 Angled Powder, $120.00

Sculpt, contour, and highlight your cheekbones, forehead, and more with this angled powder brush. The unique shape glides along the curves of the face without moving products underneath.

  • Total Brush Length: 182.5 mm
  • Bristle Length: 50 mm
  • Hair type: gray squirrel and saikoho goat

Brush 03 Highlight, $75.00

Brush 03’s softly rounded shape brings out the best in your favorite highlighting powders. The exquisitely soft bristles create a radian

  • Total Brush Length: 165 mm
  • Bristle Length: 35 mm
  • Hair type: gray squirrel

Brush 04 Contour, $40.00

Brush 04 buffs and blends contour powder and bronzer flawlessly. The small size makes it easy to sculpt hard-to-reach areas, like the hollows of the cheeks and nose.

  • Total Brush Length: 150 mm
  • Bristle Length: 20 mm
  • Hair type: gray squirrel and saikoho goat

Brush 05 Small Powder, $65.00

You’ll wonder how you ever lived without the multitasking Brush 05—the tapered tip and feather-light bristles are perfect for setting concealer, powdering the T-zone, and softening the edges of blush, bronzer, and highlighter.

  • Total Brush Length: 165 mm
  • Bristle Length: 35 mm
  • Hair type: gray squirrel and saikoho goat


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CeeBee Avatar

I got the email from Beautylish about these yesterday – they look nice but that powder brush would cost me the equivalent of very nearly $280, with currency conversion and taxes – and while I have a reasonably healthy level of disposable income, that sort of spending on a luxury item sight unseen in the current climate is a no-go for me.

Gilad Avatar

I’d love to see a side-by-side of a fully made up face with the same products & techniques used – only the brushes varying. One side good quality low priced brushes, the other side, something like these.
I have never imagined that I’d be able the see the difference in a meaningful way, and so am not tempted by super expensive (to me) brushes. Even if the experience of applying products felt much better – it’s not important enough to me to splurge. My current brushes feel fine, and work to my requirements. Maybe if I was a pro MUA doing cover shoots….. Curious how you all think about this.

brendacr1 Avatar

I can just feel the soft silky bristles sliding over my face. I already have my share of brushes but just imagining a fresh new brush gliding across my face always entices me. I’m not buying anymore brushes but if someone was in need of some it would be interesting to see what the reviews are like on these.

Lisrisch Avatar

If money was no object, I would love to pick these up. As it stands, only my husband has been working this past year (I’ve been virtually schooling our second grade son). So these are one of those purchases that will never be justified (like the Dyson Airwrap…sigh). I will say, I do appreciate using better brushes. But knowing I spent this much on brushes would make me feel guilty every time I did my makeup instead of making me feel good. 😕

Z Avatar

Pretty. But I do not support animal hair brushes. I’m not a vegan, or even a vegetarian, but ripping hair out of animals we don’t even eat or use, like squirrel? Fuck that. And fuck companies for doing it. I just read L’Oreal isn’t going to use animal hair in their brushes from here forward. Good on them. If the big companies are doing it, it’s time for the smaller ones to get on board. Put that money in to manufacturing higher quality synthetic rather than hunting down squirrels and farming badgers.

I want luxe synthetic brushes that don’t cost an arm and a leg with the illusion that paying an exorbitant amount somehow makes them luxe rather than craftsmanship.

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