They say a negative workman blames his tools, nevertheless for a makeup artist, advertised . is?all about our brushes.?Admittedly, we\’d be pretty goosed devoid of the actual makeup itself, but you will be amazed what amount better?even cheapest products will look when applied with good brushes.

All that is something which NIMA brush creator Niamh Martin knows all to well, worker as a professional makeup artist herself for years, an issue that I feel is the key to your success of the brand.?The Artistic Collection launched not too long ago and stood out for most reasons including quality, the employment of names like \”Rosie\” or \”Tara\” (in lieu of numbers) not to mention, those beautiful duck egg blue handles. From all of the brushes I keep in my kit bag, people notice them first!

Last winter the collection was joined by the \”Girls on Tour set\” and also this month there\’s been another expansion with four more \”girls\” joining the target audience:

  • Harley: Soft fluffy face brush $19
  • Donna: Blending brush $12
  • Fuzz: Large Shader $12
  • Terrie: Mini Flat Head Kabuki $16

The Terrie – Mini Kabuki

My beady eye went straight away to this mini kabuki, named after NIMA\’s current brand ambassador Terrie McEvoy. I really like multiple-use brushes, so that as this is a Taklon synthetic fibre brush, this means technology-not only for cream, liquid or powder products.

The size is fabulous for getting in under the eyes, or within the nose to combine concealer/foundation, additionally it works beautifully for patting or stippling on cream blusher or maybe a liquid highlighter.

The Fuzz – Large Shader

This is a very versatile little brush as it can certainly not simply be utilized to sweep eyeshadow all over the lid, and benefits building a smoky effect underneath the lash line, or perhaps for transitional shade during the socket line. The sable hair is incredibly soft – (something I\’m really particular about) speculate the hairs are packed in well; we have a firmness on the finish meaning you may have control.

The Donna – Blending brush

Compared towards Fuzz, the hairs on this brush aren\’t as dense, which, along with that fact?it\’s constructed from goat hair, should make it suitable for blending out eyeshadow to manufacture a?smooth, diffused finish. The scale will work for getting strait into the crease and underneath lashes too.

The Harley – Large Fluffy Brush

Named after Niamh\’s little baby girl, Harley Rose (so cute!) it\’s a classic, fluffy powder brush, but can also double up for bronzer or highlighter if you need. Like with?The Donna – it\’s manufactured from goat hair and is particularly created to leave a lightweight dusting of product on the face.

So there it is – four new girls included to the product range. Personally, I really like the Terrie and Fuzz, but inflict from the others blow you away?