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Nanshy makeup brushes review

Makeup brushes can make or break your makeup application and the way your makeup turns out. But it can be hard to know what makeup brushes are worth trying, what brushes are good quality but also affordable etc. In this blog post I will be reviewing Nanshy makeup brushes* (which I kindly got sent)
About Nanshy Cruelty free and vegan Member of Peta  Strict no animal testing policy  All brushes are synthetic bristles

Claims 100% Vegan – Cruelty Free – Approved by Bristles Soft on You & Yet Strong in the Handle Antibacterial Synthetic Bristles Pearl Coated Handles for elegant appearance No Bristle Shedding Designed in the UK Hand Assembled, & Extensively Tested

Liner brush About  Precise and thin tapered end will help you achieve high definition and accurate line. The liner brush can be used with liquid cream, gel or powder products. 

How to use You can either use this brush for eye liner (which is it's purpose) but I prefer to use this brush to spot conceal any blemishes.
Price £…
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