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Getting the perfect nail art brush!


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#1 Julie S

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Posted 04 February 2014 - 05:26 PM

Finding the right nail art brush might seem like a daunting task. When I started looking for brushes to do nail art they all seemed way too big. Even some of the smallest brushes turned out to be too big when I went to paint with them. Here's a little trick I learned. Cut your brushes down to the size you need. You really have to play around with them to you get it right. I'm still trying to perfect this myself.
I have found you need only a few bristles to get a precise line. This is primarily for detailed work.

Brushes are pretty cheap especially on EBay or Amazon so if you ruin a few its no buggy!
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#2 Valerie Wilson

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Posted 04 February 2014 - 09:56 PM

I seen a video some where that she actually cut a few strands of her own hair (a few inches) and taped them to the end of a pen.  It made the perfect striper!!  I have yet to  personally try it - but when she used it, it worked awesome!!!!

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