Nima Niamh’s Top Five



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Nima Brush creator, Niamh Martins, Top five brushes for a full face!

We all know how full on it can be…life, having a family, a social life, running a household, Building your career and trying to look half presentable throughout it all!

So in the light of keeping it simple these are my top five brushes which will help create a flawless finish in super quick time.

The Nima nets are included to keep your brushes shapely and protected whilst on the go!


Inside the set:

The Round Head Kabuki – so ‘foolproof’ it’s been said you could apply your makeup in the dark….and sometimes we have to! Simply apply a small amount of foundation on the round head of the brush, start in the middle of the face and swirl in circular motions upwards and outwards which will buff your liquid foundation flawlessly onto the skin.

The Emma: This synthetic concealor brush will help combat dark circles around the eyes, conceal redness around the cheeks and can also be used as a lip brush or for cream eyeshadow.

The Harley: Named after Niamh’s daughter, Harley Rose, this is a multi use large fluffy powder brush that will allow you to set foundation with powder, bronze, blush, Contour & highlight without product transfer and without making the skin look ‘mucky’.

You’ll wonder how you ever survived without the ‘Harley’!

The Danielle: Its been said that brows can create an instant face lift! So let’s lift em up ladies using this angled finely tipped brush. The danielle can be used for brow definition, for liner work on upper or lower lashlines or for smudging underneath the eyes.

The Belle – Nicknamed the ‘Magic Blender’ this brush makes eye work super easy and quick. Use for base shadow, lid work, socket line definition…you’ll be amazed how easy this brush will make defining your eyes! Helloooooo sultry mama!!!

The NIMA nets – Brush guards to keep your brushes protected, hygenic and help them to keep shape for ultimate precise application


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