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 ‘Ingrid’ is a shorter and more dense duo fibre brush than that of the ‘Jane’ or the ‘Caroline’. Perfect for precise application of both creams and powder products. Use to apply a liquid illuminater, concealors around the eyes, a soft application of foundation or tinted moisturiser or to sculpt or highlight the face.
Dont forget your Nima Nets to keep your brushes protected whilst on the go and in shape for longevity and durability.
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The EmmaConcealer BrushUse this brush to softly pat concealer onto the inner corners of the eyes or onto any blemishes on the face
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Using luxury soft goat hair, this brush is perfect for use both on the upper and lower lid of the eye, this brush is the perfect length to both smudge and blend. This eye shadow brush can be used to naturally smudge shadow liner and for blending socket line colours for more intensity. Try not to apply colour quickly. Softly glide the brush little by little, this will help you to achieve a natural look.
Dont forget your Nima Nets to keep your brushes safe whilst on the go and to keep them in shape for durability and longevity.
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The RosieHot4.33 out of 5
The ‘Rosie’ Brush
Tapered Natural powder
This pony haired large tapered powder brush is designed to pick up product and place it onto the skin flawlessly. Large, precisely shaped and super soft!
This is the mother of all the brushes!
**As this is a hand made densely packed powder brush it can be subject to slight hair shedding on its first few uses. This is completely normal and will cease after you have washed the brush a few times. For details on how to care for your brushes please click here
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The Nichola MKII is a similar shape to its predecessor the Nichola MKI but its slightly finer with a more tapered tip for fine detail blending work.
A dome shaped eye blender for working into the socket line of the eye to create a ‘smokey’ blended contoured eye. Pick up shadow on the tip of the brush and work into the crease of the eye. Holding the brush horizontally, rock the brush back and forth across the socket line, following the shape of the eye. Circulate the brush to help blend out and diffuse your shadow