A fine angled brush which can be used to both define the brows when working with shadows or gels or can also be used to line the eye
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The YvonneHot5.00 out of 5
This Fine Liner brush is a tool for a classic, subtle eye makeup. The only Nima brush rocking a silver finish to ensure that super super fine tip.
The fine tip and and the nylon bristles enable a professional application with gel eyeliner, cake eyeliner and eyeshadow.
Perfect for creating that perfect feline flick. For use on upper lashline, the wet line or for lower lashline shadow application
5.00 out of 5
The Lisa ‘Cut Crease’ blenderDuo fibre crease blender/concealerUse this brush to apply concealer quickly and seamlessly into the inner corners of the eyesYou can also use this brush to blend shadow into the socket line when doing more detailed crease work. The extremely fine tapered finish to this brush allows you to get in with fine detail work ie. ‘Cut crease’ look
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The ‘Belle’ Brush
Originally part of our exclusive ‘Build It Up‘ Eye Set and due to popular demand, we release into our individual brush range – the ‘Belle’ Brush
The ‘Belle’ refers to ‘Portobello Institute’ where Niamh (Nima Brush Creator) first started her training as a makeup artist. The career that would take her on many adventures and lead to the launch of the now multi award winning company, Nima Brush.
The perfect brush to softly blend any transition or socket line colour. Whilst this brush looks too big to get into those smaller areas, once you touch your skin with the ‘Belle’ you won’t believe it’s softness and precision. A ‘once you start you can’t stop’ kind of brush!!
4.00 out of 5
The 'Debs' brush
A crease blender finely tapered at the tip to get right into the contours of the eye and effortlessly soften shadow seamlessly. Using goat hair this super soft brush will apply your shadow effortlessly
5.00 out of 5
This stubby tapered eye brush is a stable in any make up kit.
This brush is mainly used for the application of shadow along the lower Lashline of the eye to create a smudged shading effect. This technique is important in the creation of a smokey eye. Can also be used to darken the outer corner of the lid for a more ‘almond’ eye effect.