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Nail Art Brushes any recommendations?

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Fab Freak

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I currently use Skinny Striper, and Precision Painter and my dotting tool (Spangles Range)..Does any body recommend any other specific type of brush for nail art which they could not live without? :D
 

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I just use one type of brush for ALL of my nail art. Just a normal fine artists paintbrush. They're cheaper than 'nail art' brushes, and are great to handle.

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i tend to use artists brushes too, i like the skinny striper but i found that it got skinnier every time i cleaned it! artist brushes are generally better quality and less costly. i buy daler rowney e50 sript brush size 0 and trim any excess bistles away at the base to get the thickness i desire.these brushes last ages. i use a spotting tool also but if i need finer dots i use the pointed end of an orange wood stick filed to a realy fine point .after use just re file to clean and be ready for next time.
 
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