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amwebster

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I have been playing about with nail art designs and initially just bought cheap pens to practice. I'm now looking for good nail art pens, any suggestions?? Thanks x
 

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Hi, I don't use nail art pens anymore as couldnt find any decent ones. but I use the orly stripers. I love them! They have loads of colours and dry quickly. As they don't have a dotting tip like the pens I just use a dotting tool instead.
I have tried the wah nail pens and they were ok. But obviously they can be bought from boots, superdrug etc by the public so I decided against them. Hope that helps xx
 

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Try the sam biddle website..... she has some fab nailart tools and pens
 

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I've started to use acrylic paint for free hands design with brushes. Its not expensive and is alot easier to work with (for me anyway!)

I also use lots of 'cheat' products like striping foil rolls, beads, shell, glitters etc.

I came across a stand yesterday at BeautyUK for a company called Peggy Sage, they had loads of nail art stuff at really good prices.

Sent from my GT-S5360
 

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we do 2 styles of pen the tradition striper dotter and the new style design pen that works like a felt tip these are amazing so easy to use.
 

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Thanks so much for the ideas, will look into them all xx
 

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