Recently I was lucky enough to attend the Nude by Nature event show casing the new Pro Brush Collection that they have come out with recently, at this event they shared the goal and vision is for this new line of brushes. I learnt so much and will share a bit about the brand, their new brush collection and what I think of the brushes I have tried so far.
Nude By Nature is committed to creating natural and cruelty free products for the everyday woman. Their makeup brushes are made from high quality, natural fibres and claim to give precision, control, as well as provide a flawless finish. They understand that women are more informed about makeup these days, and tend to know what they like, what they want and what they need. With this in mind, Nude by Nature has designed their products to suit everyone and their own personal knowledge. Along with brushes, Nude by Nature also sells mineral powders, foundation, concealer, bronzers and primers which can all be found here or at your local Farmers NZ.
The Pro brush collection consists of the Concealer brush, Liquid foundation brush, Contour brush, Finishing brush, Angled blush brush, Kabuki brush, Buffing brush, Mineral brush and the Travel brush. We were given this collection at the event and it came with a lovely travel set case. I really like that Nude by Nature aims to inform women about these brushes and isn’t just trying to sell a product to everyone and anyone.
At the event we had the pleasure of meeting Owen Allison, an amazing makeup artist who gave us tips and tricks on how to use each brush from the new collection, some of which I will share with you later on. Here are a few photos from the event that was held at the Pah homestead Art gallery in Auckland. It was a beautiful setting and a perfect spot for a makeup event.
So far, I have tried the buffing brush, contour brush, kabuki brush and the concealer brush. I’m really impressed with these brushes! They are EXTREMELY soft, they blend everything beautifully and really do give a flawless appearance. The prices range from $19.95 to $34.95 each and most brushes are multi-purpose so you don’t need to buy the whole set, you only buy what works for you.
These brushes are available exclusively at Farmers NZ, and there will be a “petting zoo” available. This is a little brush station that allows you to touch and feel each brush, test them out a bit and make a more informed decision on which brushes you prefer. In my next post I will share my personal opinions on each brush and which brushes I would recommend to anyone unsure of where to start when it comes to the types of brushes that suit their lifestyle.
I hope you enjoyed this and remember to check in next week for a further review on the Nude by Nature Pro Brush Collection xx