DJV Boutique 'unites' with Unite Brushes
Mandy Errington | 17 July, 2019
Here at DJV Boutique, Ipswich we’re always on the lookout, exploring ideas on how we can best improve our products and services, whilst keeping our ethical principles firmly in place. From the outset, our aim has always been to GO-GREEN whenever possible, whether it’s been through our energy supply, sourcing products or collaboration.
We currently sell Youngblood Mineral Makeup, Zoya Nail Polishes and have recently introduced Unite Brushes to expand on our Eco-Beauty offering. All of these are totally ethical and tick many ‘green’ boxes. We’re proud to endorse these brands as they are kind to nature, free-from harsh chemicals and toxins, cruelty-free and vegan-friendly.
Unite Brushes are all about supplying premium quality, cruelty-free / vegan makeup brush sets and beauty accessories, with the aim of supporting charities across the globe.
The team at Unite Brushes created the Arctic range – to launch their ethically focussed collection of brushes for several reasons; “The Arctic is changing at a rapid pace and this not only affects the wildlife and their habitats but has a much further reaching effect globally.” Unite Brushes have pioneered a stunning range of luxury makeup brushes and beauty accessories using the aesthetics of the Arctic.
The Arctic range embodies the simplicity of the white rugged Arctic landscape with a white marble effect. The brushes (super-soft to the touch) glide across the face as the makeup is applied, the luxuriant soft bristles of each brush, help to create a smooth and flawless finish.
Vetted by their resident makeup artist and used by many MUA’s who want to make a difference by investing in this beautiful range of ethical brushes. When you buy and use these brushes you’ll also be doing your bit too! For every sale of the Arctic range 20% of the profits are donated “Polar Bears International” charity.
You can now buy the brushes from us in-store as a local stockist or directly from Unite Brushes online.
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