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orchideaele

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Do you use?
Can you describe me the consistency and the color?
thanks
 

orchideaele

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thanks... but i'ma bit confused...
some girls tell me that it's a natural white....
 

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the nsi bright white tip is more of a softer natural white. if you wanted a really bright white you could try nsi's brush on french white.

tara x
 

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THANKS... but I'm looking for a very natural white...a soft white...
what about a softner white, liquid white?
 

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Bright white tip is very soft white, very natural white. I use it on clients who find Brush on french tip too white.

hope this helps
 

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if your wanting a really soft white then bright white tip is probably best for you hun

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thanks... but is it liquid or thick?
 

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Hi ya - it's thick but loosens up once you start to work with it. I find the French brush too liquid for me and prefer this one. x
 

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