• BYREDO Kabuki

    BYREDO Kabuki

    Inspired by theatre and the traditional brushes used by Japanese actors to apply their make-up, founder of BYREDO, Ben Gorham has created a new art of perfuming, launching at Storm on the 15th of May.

    See the collection here

    The word Kabuki refers to traditional Japanese theater. A rich blend of music, dance, mime, and spectacular staging and costuming, Kabuki has been a major theatrical form in Japan for almost four centuries. There, the kabuki brush, was used to apply the white powder rice uniformly on the entire face. In modern Japanese, the word is written with three characters: ka, signifying “song”; bu, “dance”; and ki, “skill.” 

    The Kabuki Perfume comes in three different classic BYREDO fragrances: "Blanche" with notes of Aldehyde, Pink Pepper and White Rose, "Gypsy Water" with notes of Bergamot, Juniper Berries, Lemon and Pepper or "Bal D'Afrique" with notes of African Marigold, Bergamot, Bucchu, Lemon and Neroli.

    The Kabuki brushes are used to apply loose powdered make-up, but with BYREDO's new Kabuki Perfumes, the powder is scented. What usually is invisible becomes a tangible sensation through the Kabuki Perfume. Housed in a retractable brush, a micro-fine powder diffuses either Blanche, Gypsy Water or Bal D'Afrique fragrances. Each Kabuki perfumes is 8 g. and available in three interpretations, the Kabuki fragrances by BYREDO are fully lacquered in black. Only the names of the fragrances appear in sleek white lettering.

    One click of the brush tip is enough to deposit just the right amount of scented powder on the skin. An application technique that takes each fragrance into new, uncharted territory.


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