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Type of Hair


 

Squirrel
The tip of blue squirrels' hair is very soft and delicate. It has one of the most pleasant textures among natural hairs.

It is used in finishing brushes, powder brushes, blush brushes, shading brushes and eye shadow brushes.

It applies powder softly, but when blended with goat's hair, it applies powder products firmly.

Basically, the hair of squirrels is for powder-based products.

Sable
Sable hair is delicate, elastic and durable. Good for coloration and holds powder well.

It is good for both powder and liquid-based products, it is widely used for lip brushes, eyeliner brushes, concealer brushes and eye shadow brushes.

Goat
Soft, elastic and enduring. Goat's hair excels at coloration and holds a good amount of powder.

Its uses are wide-ranging, from face powder, blush, and highlighting to eye shadow. The nature of hair is different depending on gender and what part of the body it comes from.


Horse / Pony
Horse hair has a rather harsh texture and is difficult to bundle. As its ample supply makes its price rather inexpensive, it is widely used in the makeup brush market. 

By blending with other natural hairs, horse hair guarantees elasticity and enduring effects and the more you use it, the more it fits and adapts to your skin. 

Blush brushes or eye shadow brushes are made from the mane and tail hair of the horse.

Muskrat
Muskrat's hair has rough, thick and elastic roots while the tip of the hair is very thin. Good for eyebrow brushes.
 

Badger
Badgers' hair has rough, thick and elastic roots while the tip of the hair is very thin. Good for eyebrow brushes.
 

Synthetic
Synthetic Fiber brush can apply powder products lightly and with good coloration. However, it doesn't hold powder that well so it is better for liquid-based products.

For concealer brushes, lip brushes and blush brushes. When blended with other natural hairs it also contributes to making a brush with good shape and features.