Top International Beauty Influencer Shares Love For Ireland’s BPerfect Cosmetics To 10 Million Followers
Known as the Queen of Make Up – Nikkie Tutorials has amassed a dedicated audience of over 20 million followers across her YouTube and Instagram accounts thanks to her in-depth tutorials, honest reviews and supreme make up artistry talents.
The latest product to be given the NikkieTutorials seal of approval is Irelands very own BPerfect Cosmetics and their sell-out Carnival Palette, created in association with Top UK MUA Stacey Marie. Nikkie showcased the palette in her latest YouTube video “The Cloud Eye Make Up Trend”.
Nikkie’s not the first international beauty influencer to fall in love with the BPerfect Carnival Palette, YouTube favourite Manny MUA showcased his Carnival look in a video to his 5.2 million followers in a collaboration with Ireland native Keilidh Cashell. UK influencer Holly Boon also created a variety of looks using the Carnival palette which she showcased on her YouTube channel to her 580k subscribers.
The Carnival Palette has already sold out in retailers across the UK and Ireland and just last month sold out within 2 days after the brands’ launch on Beauty Bay, Europe’s largest independent online beauty retailer.
Founder of BPerfect Cosmetics Brendan McDowell said: “I had been following Stacey on Instagram for a long time, she had been trending in Ireland and loved by MUAs across the country. She is amazingly talented. Her looks are perfection so for me it was definitely the right person to work with next. I am blown away by what we’ve produced and I know it will become a make-up staple for women across Ireland and abroad.”
Link to Nikkie Tutorials YouTube Tutorial – https://youtu.be/7EkTq7MQkzs
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