Best acrylic brush for 3D art?

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PolishedRaych

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I'm looking for a small-ish Acrylic brush that's suitable to do 3D nail art with - bows etc. I've been using my CND Proseries for them at the moment but I'm finding it way too big for what I need to do (also on a completely different note, the hairs on my brush seem to be splitting down the middle so it's not going back into a point properly, any idea why?) can anyone recommend a brush that will make the job a little easier?

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Have a look on kirsty meakin's website xxx
 

Maz101

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Sounds like you have some product left in your brush and that's why to doing that

And I get my 3d brushes from crystal nails,
 

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Hi lovely thought it easier to post on this thread than start a new one....
Just had a look on the crystal nails website would u recommend the mini or no 3 brush? X

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If it's for l&p acrylic then I'd say get the 3d mini, I love mine
 

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Ur a star hun thank u x

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