The Elite Face Detail Brush Set By NIMA – Review

The elite face detail brush set

The Elite Face Detail Brush Set By NIMA

If you follow my blog, you know already I am a fan of the NIMA Brush Eye Detail Set (if you missed the post you can read it HERE) and the Elite Face Detail Brush did not disappoint and even surpassed my expectations. The set contains 5 different Kabuki Brushes which can be used to apply your foundation, powder, blush, highlight, concealer and bronzer. Basically everything you need to get your face on point in one set!

The brushes are so soft, its hard to put into words! They are so fluffy and full and they are just gorgeous to use on the skin. They are made of Taklon, non-porous, synthetic fibres which makes them suitable for cream, liquid or powder products. I love that you can use the set for all types of products, I like not having to think about what brush I need to use depending on what formula my product is. I think it is a given now, I don’t have time for faffing about in the mornings!

Overall, I am so impressed with the set. As always there are some brushes I use more than others, mainly based on my daily routine, not always ending up the way I would like. Intrigued? Then have a read about each brush individually below.

The Elite Face Detail Brush Set – Angled Kabuki Brush

 

The Angled Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

 

 

The Angled Kabuki brush is just the perfect brush for contouring in the hallow of the cheekbone. It is the only brush I use for powder contour using my favourite Bronzer from the Makeup Revolution Contour Kit  ! I use it to make my cheekbones stand out to attention and I also use it for applying my bronzer on the sides of my forehead and under the chin area. I use this brush everyday as I do not use cream contour during the week.

You can use for applying blush but as I use for my bronzer, I tend not to use it for both. That’s not to say it does not do a great job, I just prefer to use it for contour.

 

The Angled Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

The Elite Face Detail Brush Set – Precision Kabuki Brush

 

The Precision Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

 

When I do use cream contour I reach for the Precision Kabuki Brush. In my opinion the size of the brush is perfect for ensuring the cream contour does not spread outside of where I want the contour to be. I am not sure if I am alone, but I find that when I use a blender or a larger brush; The contour covers more area that planned.

This brush is perfect for those of you, like me, who need a helping hand to control the blending of concealer and bronzer. You can use it on powder products; I prefer to use it for cream products.

 

The Precision Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

 

The Elite Face Detail Brush Set – Flat Head Kabuki Brush

 

The Flat Head Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

 

Hands down, my all time favourite brush to apply foundation! When you have acne prone skin which is full of pores/scars, you want a brush that will just bounce of your face, apply the foundation evenly while giving good coverage and most importantly does not make your pores visible in space! This brush does all of the above so is perfect for my skin type.

Since I have starting using this brush I have seen a huge difference in how my makeup sits. I am much happier with the finished result. The Flat Head holds it shape so well, I have used it nearly everyday since I got the set. I should also point out that all of the brushes when washed, hold there shape, softness and fullness.

 

The Flat Head Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

The Elite Face Detail Brush Set – Round Head Kabuki Brush

 

The Round Head Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

 

This is the only brush in the set that I do not use that often and this is because I do not use powder or mineral powder. This brush is created to buff powder and mineral powder into the skin. I use it for night out when I may use additional coverage…..however as nights out are few and far between these days, I am unable to give a full review.

What I can say; The brush is so soft, is the perfect size and shape for powder application and if its anything like the Flat Head Kabuki you are on to a winner!

 

The Round Head Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

 

The Elite Face Detail Brush Set – Large Tapered Kabuki Brush

 

The Large Tapered Kabuki Brush from The elite face detail brush set

 

Yes is the answer to your question! I know that your thinking “how soft and fluffy is that Brush” this just screams luxury to me and I can tell you it certainly is. This is the softest brush of the set and is so silky on the skin. I use for applying blush for the most part, however I also use it for highlighting…when I have time.

It does a beautiful job on both as the tapered head can allow for a more precise application if required. As sad as it may sound….I would nearly make up more uses for this brush as I just love using it.

 

The Elite Face Detail Brush Set – Last Thoughts

The Elite Face Detail Set is priced at €65, so that’s €11 a brush and is worth every cent. However if the whole set is not for you, the angled, flat head and the round head brush can be bought individually. Checkout WWW.NIMABRUSH.COM to order or have a nosey ( checkout the Harley and the Blaithin while your there, I just purchased them recently and they are amaze balls).

As always I hope you enjoyed and any question or suggestion for other brushes I need to add, let me know in the comment box or on my social media channels below.

Yvonne xxx

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7 thoughts on “The Elite Face Detail Brush Set By NIMA – Review

  1. I actually love the round head Kabuki brush, it’s my only Nima brush and I’m obsessed with it! I definitely want to get more, I think I’ll hang on & treat myself at the beauty show! Fab review Yvonne! X

  2. I have yet to try the Nima brushes yet, which is shocking because I always hear such great things. I may just put these on the Christmas wishlist x

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