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I'd love to know what you all store your brushes in. I have recently seen the brush boxes that creative do, and wondered if anyone else uses a box / bag / packet or anything?
 

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hi ella

do a search for worm coffin you will find all the replies there :shock:

hope this helps
 

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Bought 2 "worm coffins" at Excel think they were £3.95 each.

Think they are fantastic, best "storage boxes" for my pro stylers I have ever had, wish I had bought them earlier.

Jue ;)
 

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For Ella's benefit I think we must explain that 'worm coffin' is what the geek calls the Brush box because it is long and black!!

It is a Geek thing, Ella - no one with a normal mind would have ever thought of it!!

I have to tell you it is not listed in our brochure as the worm coffin!!
 

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I think we must explain that 'worm coffin' is what the geek calls the Brush box because it is long and black!!

It is a Geek thing, Ella - no one with a normal mind would have ever thought of it!!
Well, funnily enough, Lynne Darling who did my conversion did call it a coffin!
 

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hiya ella
i think most ambassadors "lovingly" refer to brush boxes as "worm coffins"!
we obviously spend too much time around the geek :shock:
seriously, samuel is one of the best educators in the world. i think for 2 main reasons;
his jaw dropping knowledge on all things nails 8)
& his ability to introduce humour into his teaching. :D
i personally think that the combination of both the above leads to the best classes.
hence, i'm sure you will hear "worm coffin" a few times in our classes, as well as "bacteria poo" :shock: , but thats another story!!!!!!!!!!!!
the foundation classes r v.intense learning, so the use of humour not only paints the picture that you're trying to portray, but also loosens people up a little :D
sorry that got a bit off track :oops:
lol liza xx
 

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After being a brush abuser for many years :oops: and having Cherie trying to fix him with some scissors during my master classes, and shaking while i was using her brush :shocker: I have now gone and got myself a new pro styler brush and now he lives in a little travel tooth brush holder :D thanks cherie! it cost me 80c australian and my brush is as happy as could be :)

Kerrie :)
 

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I use a hinged travel toothbrush case. In fact I have 2, one for my beloved Pro Styler and another for my gel brushes. Got them from Boots (coz I didn't know about the worm coffin back then) but they are a great cheap alternative :D .

Shaza
 

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Actually ... the 'worm coffin' is very inexpensive and has the Creative logo on it which looks nice and professional.
I too used a toothbrush holder once upon a time but always had to cut the end off it to fit my Ultra Sculptor in it!!
 

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i too have the worm coffin with a little bit of blue tac to keep my brush from rolling about its brill anything with creative logo on is a bit like gucci to me
 

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Having taken everyone's advice I ordered two worm coffins today.

Thanks everone for your help.
 

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Does the U.S have these "worm coffins" I dont remeber seeing them in any CND product catalogs. I want one of these things. How do I get one?
 

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No they are not available in the USof A but if you would like one I'm sure we can send one to you!!!
For years we have had to order everything from the US!!! Makes a change for us to send to you. hee hee.
Private messgae Mrs Geek with your details and she will organize something for you if she can.
 

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the usage of 'worm coffin' just kills me!! I opt we put it in the new price list in brackets next to 'Brush Holder', I just think that would be hilarious!! Christian may not approve though :shock: :rolleyes:
 

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im with you on that one mrs geek! that would be a giggle i will definatly be getting myself a worm coffin when im in salisbury next week! ;)
nickki jonesx :D
 
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