Nima Make Up Brushes Review


Hey Dolls…

Nima Brush is an Irish cosmetic brush company established by MUA Niamh Martin. I recently got some Nima Brush Make up brushes and had to do a review for you all as they are amazing and Irish hehe. My first impression when I opened them was amazing as the colours just stood out straight away. The colour of the brushes are duck egg blue and gold and white and rose gold they are fab and so stylish.

These brushes are just so soft and I especially love that the angled contour brush has white bristles it looks so good with the gold and duck egg blue I didn’t want to start using it and get it dirty haha.

The duck egg blue and gold brushes are from the “Artistic Collection” and you can view the whole collection here.

The white and rose gold brushes are from the “Elite Collection” and you can view the collection here.

Each brush has its own unique name on the Nima Brush website here is the list of the brushes that I have:

The CJ – Face ,view here
The Tara – Face ,  view here
The Nichola – Eyes, view here
The Becca – Eyes, view here
The Emma – Face, view here
The Stephanie – Eyes, view here

Medium Duo Fibre – Face,  view here
Small Duo Fibre – Face, view here

I also got a Nima Brush pink brush holder and its so handy it held all my brushes and I brought it with me on my recent trip to London.

Also, I got the Nima Mitt Makeup remover I haven’t used this yet so I will do a review on this once I have tried it out.

As contouring is so big at the moment I have appointed the four face brushes as my new contouring brushes and they are perfect.
The CJ and the Tara are great for using with my powder contour set from Blank Canvas Cosmetics. The CJ is perfect for contouring and especially under the cheek bone as the dome shape brush gets right in. The Tara is perfect for highlighting and because both the bristles and the highlighter are white it means the brush doesn’t look too dirty 🙂

Both the Medium and Small Duo Fibre brushes are great for contouring with my contour concealer pallette from Crown Brush the Small Duo Fibre is perfect for highlight under the eye as it is the perfect size and the Medium Duo Fibre brush is great for blending.

I would recommend these brushes to anyone looking to buy some great brushes they are great value and they look amazing they are definitely eye catchers. I know they caught my eye when browsing Social Media I stopped and scrolled back up to see what these amazing colours were haha.

Has any of you tried any of the Nima Brush make up brushes? If so what ones have you tried?

If you have any questions please ask away.

Richael x


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