Ecotools recently celebrated their brand new range of makeup tools over breakfast at Nour restaurant in Surry Hills.

We were treated to an array of delectable shared plates of delicious foods which included manush bread, Beirut rolls, fatush, rice almond pudding and fresh fruit salads.

Whilst we sipped on our coffees and devoured the yummy food, special guest Emily Banks, a natural health and beauty specialist, talked through the benefits of using natural products when it comes to makeup, finishing with a live demonstration using the new brushes.

Ecotools showcased their 2017 'The Modern Eco Collection.  The new collection of brushes are made with 29% tree free paper, have renewable bamboo handles, natural bristles and are PETA certified, and surprisingly, the sponges made with 70% sugarcane. 

After breakfast and demonstration we played with the brushes on display and all I can say is that I couldn't wait to use them when I got home.

I will be doing a review on these soon, so keep an eye out!

For more information about the Ecotools collection as well as where to purchase visit https://ecotools.com.au.

I was invited as a media guest