Nanshy Brushes

Nanshy Brushes have been on my radar for some time now. I think I was sent one a few months ago, but usually, one brush is not enough to get a good idea of the range, and it’s really hard to write a whole post about one little brush! So, when the Nanshy collections came my way, I got a much better idea of look and feel, and more importantly, performance.

I love the eye brush set – The Nanshy Eye Collection – that has a brush for every possible look you might need. I’ve been using both the crease brush and the blending brush most and I notice that they have brilliant pick-up. Better than many very premuim brushes I’ve tried. I have no idea what to do with the angled brush – I think it’s for eye liner, but I can see this ending in disaster for me because I’m truly inept at lines unless it’s a smudge line with a flat edge brush.

Nanshy Brushes
Nanshy Brushes

I also have the Foundation Brush set, but haven’t put this to the test yet – I’m a foundation brush convert since I tried the O Wow and I’m looking forward to seeing if they square up to the short multi fibres of the O Wow, MAC and Artis base brushes I’m using at the moment.



So, all this brings me round to one of the most crucial factors – Nanshy Brushes are cruelty free. They’re made from the very best kind of synthetic fibres. I see so many brushes that I often don’t question whether they’re synthetic or not and got a bit of an awakening when two people were chatting about squirrel hair brushes on my Instagram timeline. I actually forgot that brushes are still made from animal hair.

The Eye Set is £29.95 which I genuinely think is exceptional value HERE and the Foundation Set is £34.95 HERE. They’re only available on line at the moment (no clue why stores aren’t snapping this brand up straight away) but in my opinion, they’re exceptionally good brushes.

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