Ivy-L Premium 2 Way French Gel Acrylic Nail Art Kolinsky Brush With Dotting Tool
Ivy L Finest Double End French Nail Brush, A Dotting Tool, More Detailed Lines, French Gel Acrylic Nail Art Kolinsky Brush, All Professional Nail Salon Use
What We Like
- Flat tongue shaped design helps in even and precise spread of the gel
- Comes in lightweight that makes it easy to carry
- Great for applying nail rhinestones and creating designs
- may not work for acrylic nail powder
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Around 80% of reviews were positive and about 18% were negative.
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What buyers say about Ivy-L Premium 2 Way French Gel Acrylic Nail Art Kolinsky Brush With Dotting Tool
I think the brush is good, but you have to know the size to clean up, anything over 6 to 8 will be too big.
I was so happy that it was the exact size I needed that I used the brush to cut the nail/cuticle edge with a very sharp and clean border. Using the brush dipped in acetone it outlined the nail/cuticle edge precisely and made a very sharp and clean border.
I used to try to give myself french manicures with q-tips but now I love how easy it is to add designs with the other side of the tool.
I use this for my customers manicures, and it's very easy to use. The brush is very sharp and precise, and I only need a few seconds to finish each French.
I was looking for a brush that worked great for cleaning the sides of a nail when it was flooded by polish, and this is the one I found.
What size brush is best for removing polish from the nails?
If it's dry polish, I like the 14 and if it's wet, the 8 works well.
What do the different sizes mean?
It seems like a millimeter measurement.
I want it for clean up, to remove excess polish. What is the size?
I like a large brush for clean up, it's a great brush.
Is this hair sable?
Yes. Acetone won't melt it.
Can you use this to apply acrylic powder?
The brush is very short compared to what you would use for acrylic.