Put it on and take it off with Nanacoco

Nanacoco Makeup Remover Wipes and Airfair cosmetic brushes

Part of the fun of makeup is putting it on each day. Not as much fun is removing it but that’s a necessity. Nanacoco has the bases covered with their line of cosmetic brushes and their new Makeup Remover Wipes. One of the best things to remember is that Nanacoco is cruelty-free.

Nanacoco Flat Contour, Highlighter and Eyebrow brushes

Nanacoco has a dozen different brushes to choose from and I have three prime examples to show you. Brushes make me so very happy. No matter how many I have, using a new brush is a thrill. With their Flat Contour Brush, Highlighter Brush, and Angled Eyebrow Brush I’m able to have new thrills daily.

Nanacoco Angled Eyebrow Brush

Nanacoco Angled Eyebrow Brush ($10.99) is a synthetic fiber brush. The fibers are dense and soft yet the brush is firm. My original eyebrow brushes were boars hair and always seemed to hurt and not place powders evenly. This is happily very different. It’s soft yet it has enough substance to evenly place powders or gels. I’ve been using this a lot lately because of its versatility.

Nanacoco Flat Contour Brush
Nanacoco Flat Contour Brush

At first I thought that the Nanacoco Flat Contour Brush ($17.99) was a foundation brush so that’s how I started using it. That oops wasn’t such a bad idea since it works well to blend in a lightweight foundation. But it works even better with contour creams and powders. Nanacoco uses newly innovated technology bristles which allow for better pigment pickup. I don’t contour often but this brush makes it a lot easier since it strategically places the color where I need to contour.

Nanacoco Highlighter Brush

I love this Nanacoco Highlighter Brush ($17.99) since it is kitten soft and feels wonderful on my face. It’s lovely for highlighter powders and just as terrific with blush. I like the small size since it places powders perfectly without creating clown cheeks. It’s also terrific for blending any powders on your face. You’ll flip over this one for sure.

Nanacoco Makeup Remover Wipes

There are many uses for Nanacoco Makeup Remover Wipes ($7). Of course you can use them to remove your “face” at the end of the day and you can also use them for refreshing your face after exercise or just because. There are 25 cleansing towelettes in the package and they state that they will even remove waterproof makeup. These are just available in the Rose scent.

Nanacoco Makeup Remover Wipes


  • Gently remove 99.9% of all waterproof makeup, oil and impurities
  • Brighten and moisturize skin
  • Lotus, peach flower, green tea, rose extracts
  • All skin types
  • Made in Korea – K Beauty
  • Alcohol-free
  • Paraben-free
  • Sulfate-free
  • Phthalate-free
  • Cruelty-free
    Nanacoco Makeup Remover Wipes


Whether you are starting or ending your day you’ll find items from Nanacoco to help that day be a better one. I’ve yet to use a product from them that hasn’t been great. I’m looking forward to a long lovely relationship with Nanacoco.  —  Marcia



  1. Umar | 24th Jun 19

    Hi there,Very nice article keep up the good work!

  2. Beauty and Fashion Tech | 25th Jun 19

    I am a such a brash addict. I keep buying and buying. Now I’m eyeing these!

  3. Kathryne | 25th Jun 19

    I would be happy to try all those brushes. They look soft and luxe

  4. Polished Hippy | 25th Jun 19

    Getting new brushes really is fun! Those look super-soft and nice.

  5. Cindy Ingalls | 25th Jun 19

    Sounds like a great brand!

  6. Glamorable | 26th Jun 19

    A good makeup wipe is hard to find, a lot of the cult favorites like Simple and Neutrogena tend to irritate my eyes. Is this brand sold in stores?

  7. Nina Kasper | 26th Jun 19

    Those brushes look really nice and I am all about some on the go wipes. This is a new to me brand but I think I need to give some of their brushes a try.

  8. Laura | 27th Jun 19

    Those brushes seem so nice! Can never have too many good makeup brushes.

  9. Lola Seicento | 28th Jun 19

    I would love to try those brushes! I would use the contour brush for foundation and tinted moisturizers!

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