We know this very well now: beauty now comes from Asia. And not just products and straight-up material goods. Take Shaquda, for example. Shaquda makes brushes. Sure, they look beautiful, modern and functional, but the philosophy behind the brand goes beyond the simple objects.
Their products come from the fusion of a sleek, modern design and the tradition of Kumano techniques. Kumano is the place where these brushes come to life, and it is indeed known for its tradition (180 years, you guys) in brush making. With these high-quality premises, Shaquda promises a product that ‘invokes a graceful poise and décor while soothing the skin and enriching the mind’.
The brand offers two main typologies of products — Ubu and Suvé. While Ubu products are all about makeup, Suvé focuses on skincare, with brushes made of goat hair, walnut and badger hair.
Craftmanship, design, and style are the three focal points of this brand, that comes to us with some much needed Asian beauty wisdom.