Exclusive: NIMA Brush "Girls on Tour"

Nothing like an exclusive first thing in the morning, well we’ve got one!
Award winning NIMA Brush have just launched a NEW Artistic Collection travel set….


If you haven’t heard of NIMA Brush by now, then you’ve been living under a rock. NIMA Brush was set up by a Dublin based Irish lady, Niamh Martin. Niamh has had regular TV appearances, loved by Xpose and featured in numerous of Irish and UK publications… not to mention has a string of awards for her brushes! 
Not only is Niamh a fantastic make-up artist, she is also a make-up teacher. She became fed up recommending brushes from so many different retailers at various price points so she decided to launch her own make-up brushes that consisted of brushes that you actually need and will use. She has designed a basic collection and an artistic collection. The Starter Kit from the basics collections include everything you need for your day to day make-up and the Artist Collections contain various different brushes and sets for more artistic make-up application. Brushes can also be purchased on their own if you are not looking for the whole collection.
What I love most about NIMA Brush is that the artistic brushes aren’t generic names or numbers, each brush is named after females in Niamh’s life who have inspired her throughout the years from childhood to recent days… awww!

With Niamh’s beautiful brush naming strategy, she has put together a travel brush set from the artistic collection and named it “Girls on Tour“. So simple, so clever and we love it! The collection is on tread with it’s beautiful duck-egg green handle and matte gold finish containing 7 of the best selling brushes in the Artistic Collection. It comes in a beautiful matching make-up bag… the perfect travelling companion! This particular set retails at €55.00. It contain 7 brushes so it works out an just under €8 per brush… sure where would you be going wrong!

The collection consists of:
Blaithin (powder / blush)
Jane (foundation)
Tara (contour / blush)
Danielle (brow)
Debs (blender)
Patricia (buffer)
Ollie (smudger)
If you are new to NIMA Brush and looking for recommendations before diving into the sets, then we can certainly help you out there. With so many make-up brushes on the market it is hard to find the right ones so here’s a few recommendations:

I recommend trying the Flat Head Kabuki brush first. This will change your foundation application forever. I swear, I could put my foundation on in the dark and it would look flawless! It’s a fantastic brush for liquid foundation application. It retails at €18.00 which is not bad for a brush of such high quality. 

I cannot talk about NIMA Brush without talking about the NIMA Mitt. I have loved this for years and I just cannot live without it. This is an eco-friendly make-up remover mitt that when wet, will remove every screed of your make-up thanks to the tiny micro-fibers without causing any irritation to the skin. Honestly, that’s all. No cleansers, no soap, just regular warm tap water, pure and simple. After your face is make-up free, simple use a regular bar of soap to clean your mitt (it actually does come up like new!) and hang it to dry. You’ve really got to try it to believe it. This retails at €9.95 and will last a few months. A beauty essential in my opinion!

These NIMA Tubes are brilliant for storing your brushes weather they are a pretty feature on your make-up table or to keep them safe for travelling. I personally am sporting two and they are brilliant.
Oh, did we mention students get 10% off? Click here for details! Nice one NIMA!
What do you think of the collection? Will you be sporting the Girls on Tour or trying out the Flat Head Kabuki brush first? Or will you ditch your cleansers and opt for the The NIMA Mitt??

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