CakesInc.Nails - Liner Detailer 'PEACHY 2nd Edition'
The Art Brushes Set has 5 brushes that can be used to create all types of detailed work or nail art designs. You can easily use these brushes with your gel paint or gel polish to make hand painted nail art, one stroke nail designs and many more. Liner Detailer helps in creating stripes (long lines), striping stroke patterns and you can also use them to make animal patterns such as zebra or tiger prints. You get straight lines with these brushes with ease.
- Nylon brush with renowned qualities.
- Aqua glitter handle.
DO NOT LET ACETONE OR MONOMER TOUCH THE CLEAR HANDLE, PLEASE COAT WITH CLEAR UV/LED GEL TOP COAT TO PROTECT.
Nail art brushes are usually thinner for more detailed work. Some are as tiny as four or five hairs thick. Extreme care must be given to these types of brushes. Some cannot afford to even have one or two bristles mangled. How you clean these brushes depends on what they’re used for. For example, if you’re using detail brushes with nail polish, it’s recommended that you purchase a set of inexpensive ones, as the only way to remove nail polish is with polish remover or acetone. This will of course deteriorate the bristles. If you’re using the brush with a water-based medium, swish it slightly in soapy lukewarm water, rinse in cool water, and reshape with a dry paper towel.
How to clean art brushes?
Never clean or submerge brushes in scalding or boiling water — the ferrule can expand and cause the bristles to fall out. Never leave any brush resting on its bristles in cleaner or not.
- Clean your brush in a small dish with cold water after each stroke while you’re working.
- Pat or wipe the brush on a clean paper towel and pull the bristles together between your thumb and index finger to take out excess water and reform the original shape of the brush.
- After a couple of weeks your brushes should be cleaned in isopropyl alcohol, which removes dry paint that may remain either on the bristles or paint that seeped into the ferrule. After cleaning with alcohol, you must rinse out your brushes with cold water to make sure all the alcohol is removed. After removing all the water from your brushes, you may place them in a brush roll-up, leaving the cover open, so your brushes can dry. Never put your brushes away wet.