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Reddit reviews: The best nail brushes

We found 90 Reddit comments discussing the best nail brushes. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 39 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Nail Brushes:

u/Ellaroxxx · 3 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

These kits are pretty good as they have a variety of brushes of different sizes aswell as dotting tools, but i think these ones are better for detail and are better quality.

I would recommend getting a good topcoat and basecoat, it'll make a big difference using a good topcoat. My personal favourite is HK Girl by Glisten and Glow. This stuff is the best, it will literally make any manicure look good lol. As far as basecoats go I use Orly Bonder and if im using glitter then I'll use Opi peel off basecoat.

Also a flat eyeliner brush is great for cleaning up around the edges of the nails, and make sure she uses 100% acetone (not nail polish remover) to do this.

Acrylic paint is great for painting on details as it's a lot easier to work with and any mistakes can be easily fixed.

Nail vinyls are also really fun and a lot easier than frehanding designs, there's tons of websites to get them from like:
http://nailvinyls.com/

https://www.kbshimmer.com/product-category/nail-vinyl-decals/

http://www.twinkledt.com/collections/nail-vinyls

Good Luck! :)

u/OnMark · 7 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

You're a sweetheart haha! I'll try to give you some example links, do feel free to research for better prices/designs/things you think she might like! For cheap stuff that I don't mind waiting on, I use Born Pretty (or even Ali Express if I suuuper don't care). They have stuff like Water Decals (sort of like temporary tattoos) (these tend to be a little small for my fingers) and cheap little stickers and stuff on sale all the time.

You can get brushes and dotting tools (hot damn, I didn't know this combo existed!) from Amazon.

A lot of us use clear stampers for stamping - it helps you see what you're doing. Born Pretty has some good stamping polish, but if you search around you can find it a lot of places - it tends to be thicker than regular polish. You can also find sales on stamping plates on Born Pretty, but if you're looking for really nice plates, try Moyou London. I'm a little behind on stamping plates, but if you browse some of the threads here I'm sure people will have listed what they use!

There's also vinyl decals that you can use to put designs on your nail, usually with a little sponge makeup wedge (you can get these at walmart, they're good for doing gradient nails ("ombre")) - you can find them all over the place, but beware really cheap looking ones, I've had ones not stick at all to my nails.

To help with cleanup for messy art like gradients, people use liquid latex, which you can buy either as a thing or from people/companies who have bottled it, or you can use something like nail guards.

I clean with acetone nail polish remover, and use cuticle oil to keep my nails nice and hydrated. I really recommend Revlon's Quick Dry basecoat and Seche Vite top coat, but most of the rest of these links are just examples of what to look for - there's tons of stuff, you would not believe how many tiny plastic fruit stickers I have from Born Pretty hahaha!

u/ladyshiloh · 1 pointr/RedditLaqueristas

Here's some suggestions of the things you asked for.

First, a shelf to put her polish and supplies on. I have this one from Amazon which I like a lot.
Some of my favorite brands of polish: Zoya, OPI, Sinful Colors, Essie.
I know several people get on Etsy and buy Indie polishes (polishes from independent businesses and manufacturers). I don't have any experience with those, but there's some great ones from what I've seen here.
If she enjoys nail art, a set of Nail Art Brushes and dotting tools would be a nice addition. Make sure in that group is a small, angled brush to do clean ups around the nail and cuticle. VERY important for a clean look.
A base coat and top coat is also important. Look for a quick drying top coat. I recommend Seche Vite. Just be sure to tell her to read the instructions/tips for using it. It's a bit different in some ways. :)
Also, some cuticle cream with moisturizers, cotton balls or pads, Q-Tips, and Acetone polish remover are also some things she'll need.
That should be a nice beginners basket for her. I'm sure you'll get other suggestions as well.

u/hanstalhoffer · 7 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

If you have acrylic paints and want to do detailed stuff you should totally sub it for polish this will save some money and time. I love using acrylic paints over designs if you mess up you can always wipe it away. So I think I'd definitely invest in some nail art brushes if you plan on doing this a lot, it will make you're life so much easier. You can go for a nice brand of brushes like this or just get some cheaper ones to start out and see how you like it.

I also use drugstore polish and stuff you can get at Sally's Beauty Supply Store on sale because they often do red tag deals where red tagged items are marked down extra.

Most of my collection is made up of Sinful Colors (walgreens/CVS 2$ a bottle sometimes they have a two for one sale) China Glaze (I wait for it to be on sale but they're about 6.99 regular price so you can often find bottles marked down about 3 dollars or so) Finger Paints (Same as China Glaze these are about 4.99 regular price though so I do sometimes just snag them if I like the color) And any other cheaper drugstore brand like Wetn'Wild, Sally Hansen (sometimes both of these brands will be marked down at CVS/Walgreens for like 50 cents a bottle). All of these brands I've mentioned I've managed to have last me at least a week of wear but I also use a nice base coat and this top coat.

If you want to go all out and do gradients and things like that I recommend getting some Make up sponges and some pointed q-tips. A silicone mat is fun but not essential, however, now that I have one I find myself using it all the time. I have this one and it was worth it.

If you need nail art ideas you can always search here for tutorials or go to youtube: Simplynailogical, Cutepolish and Robin Moses are some youtubers I follow.

Hopefully my giant wall helped you in some way!! Good luck to you both, and just remember to stick to it and you'll keep improving. Don't get discouraged if something doesn't work the first time around. Looking back at some of my nail art, its like looking at someone else's nails.

u/A_Sexy_Muffin · 3 pointsr/RandomActsOfPolish

I'm a really big fan of Mia Secrets products if we want an inexpensive expensive medium setting traditional system. I have their acrylics, gels, preps, and primers and I honestly haven't had a dud from them yet. They have this little intro kit if you want super small sizes of the bare essentials to try before committing, but I'll also show you everything I use to do a set of new nails with their system. If you go with the kit, the brush isn't the greatest...but it's better than most other kits in this price range.

  • I dehydrate the nail using Mia Secrets Nail Prep.
  • I apply my nail tip of choice and make sure it's straight.
  • I brush Mia Secrets No Lines over the smile line of the tip and allow it to dry.
  • I prime the nail using Mia Secrets [XTrabond]
    (https://www.amazon.com/Mia-Secret-Burn-Primer-Acrylic/dp/B00JVZGO3W/ref=sr_1_5_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1466043934&sr=1-5&keywords=Mia+Secret).
  • I fill my dappen dish with Mia Secrets Liquid Monomer, ensuring there is enough liquid in the dish to submerge my brush from tip to ferrule.
  • I drain my brush as needed to make the correct size bead then dip it into Mia Secrets Clear Acrylic Powder 3 times.
  • I shape and buff the nail.
  • I apply Mia Secrets Icegel top coat if my client does not want polish, alternatively I either polish the nails as normal, or use Mia Secrets UV Finish Gel if the client has paid extra for a UV top coat. (Sorry about the non Amazon link! It's not available on Amazon currently.)

    I PROMISE I AM NOT ENDORSED OR AFFILIATED WITH MIA SECRETS OR NAILITE WHATSOEVER. I just happen to use and love a lot of their products.


    I can also suggest Nailite's OMEGA system if you're a problem lifter. It's comparable to using CND's Retention+ liquid in my opinion.
    They sell a small kit and a large kit. I bought the large and it's an amazing value with a high quality brush to boot! I follow a similar system with it to Mia Secrets, but I'll outline the steps again.

  • I dehydrate the nail with Nailite's Nail Prep.
  • I apply my nail tip of choice and make sure it's straight.
  • I blend the nail tip into the natural nail ensuring there are no ridges.
  • I prime the nail with Nailite's Something Wonderful Protein Bonder.
  • I fill my dappen dish with Nailite's Omega Liquid Monomer, ensuring there is enough liquid in the dish to submerge my brush from tip to ferrule.
  • I drain my brush as needed to make the correct size bead then dip it into Nailite's Omega Powder 1 time and hold it there for 3 seconds.
  • I shape and buff the nail.
  • I apply Nailite's Wet Look Top Coat if my client does not want polish, alternatively I either polish the nails as normal or use Nailite's High Gloss Tackless Sealer if the client has paid extra for a UV top coat.

    If you have any questions at all about any products you may come across, tips on technique, or would like more product suggestions, etc.... I encourage you to PM me at anytime. :)
u/unlodgical · 3 pointsr/RandomActsOfPolish

Oh! I've been drooling over that color forever. Good choice! ;) Are you a big red fan?

If you have patience, Amazon is seriously a steal for building an arsenal! And if the answer to the patience question is yes... may I suggest...


u/ReubenTuesday · 6 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

As far as brands go, if you're just starting out and not wanting to spend too much money: UK brands like Barry M, Rimmel and Collection 2000 are fairly cheap and have tons of colours and lovely glitters. If you're in the US, lots of ladies here are fans of Sinful Colors and Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear.

A set of dotting tools and some nail art brushes are essentials for starting out with nail art. ebay is a fantastic place to look for these tools, and many other supplies like rhinestones, loose glitter, stickers and water decals. You can usually get all of these things super cheap.

The tutorials sticky at the top of the page has some great ideas that are fairly easy for beginners and provide great results and nail art/polish blogs are great places to find inspiration and swatches of polishes to help you decide on which to purchase.

u/ritz_bitz · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

This is a good guide! I find that leaving a small gap between my polish and my cuticle area looks much better than accidentally getting polish all over my cuticles from trying to paint too closely.

Also, if you do get any polish on your skin, you can immediately take a nail brush dipped in acetone and clean up the polish. It's easier while it's still wet in my opinion. (Though, when you're completely done painting, you can also go back and touch up anything you've missed!)

A quick drying top coat is also a must! Seche Vite makes a good one, as well as Superchic Lacquer. EDIT: These particular top coats are formulated to go over nail polish that is still wet, so it's a big plus that you don't have to wait for your color to dry before adding your top coat. As soon as you finish painting color on your last nail, you can go back to your first nail and start applying top coat until you get to your last nail again (if that makes sense).

Lastly, practice practice practice! :)
Put on Netflix or Hulu and relax and have fun with it! Good luck!

u/UnsinkableRubberDuck · 2 pointsr/CrossStitch

What material are the hoops made out of? If metal, I wouldn't wash them in the hoop, but you might not get them back in after. After washing, you'd probably be best to re-display in a frame.

Are the hoops hot glued together at all? I've had to fix projects that I'd already mounted and glued a backing onto the hoop, so I just cut the felt back off, fixed, and reglued another backing. Couldn't even tell.

Is there a backing on the projects, or is the back open? Backings can be replaced usually.

How much mold and dirt is there?

If the mold and dirty spots are small, then I would say you should be fine to clean them. Get a dish of warm water, some gentle soap (I just use Dawn* dish soap), and a small, soft-bristled fingernail brush. Put a little bit of soap in the dish of water, dip the brush in, and then gently brush at the dirty spots. Brush with the bristles at an angle, not straight up and down. When the spots look like they're gone, get a dish of clean water and repeat the process in order to rinse. I would hesitate to run the project under the tap to rinse.

Let it sit to dry. Once it's dry, if the fabric came a little loose at all, you could try to tighten it up by using tweezers (or fingers) to pull on the edges of the fabric that pokes out the back of the frame between the hoop circles. If there's a backing glued on, I'd try to take it off if it could be done without ruining the project, adjust the fabric, and then glue a new backing onto it.

This is all assuming the spots are small, if your project is quite covered, then it might be best to take it out of the hoop entirely, if possible, wash it, and then put it in a frame for display again. You could even do a round frame with a round matte, to work with the shape of the fabric.

Good luck!

u/megangigilyn · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I picked a few I thought you'd really enjoy!

This is a bright pink makeup organizer. I thought it really suited you!

Here are some pink makeup brushes to go into your organizer.

This is a pink nail art set that comes with tape and glitter! It looks really good quality :D

These are nail art flowers! They're super cute and PINK!

Finally, this is a super cute pink zebra phone case!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY GIRLIE!

u/GEEKitty · 1 pointr/RandomActsofMakeup

Happy birthday! I'm not seeing a lot of skincare/primer in your collection, so that is what I'd recommend. Since it's a new region for you, I'd recommend a tinted moisturizer or BB Cream - I use Dr Jart and really enjoy it. It's light but not the lightest out there. Finding a good foundation is tough, but when you use it right, it feels like you get a whole fresh new face to play with!

Go have some Summer fun, fellow Leo! (Forgot to add something I'd like: nail polish party!

u/RiotGirlll · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

Might be a bit late but I have a suggestion! There's these things called Creanails which are supposed to be quite good. You can check out some of the reviews. They fit your individual fingers so all the bits of skin that tend to get polish on, don't!

What I did (as I used to get polish everywhere too) is get a cheap as chips nail art brush set, something like this and use the flat brushes that come with them with nail polish remover to clean up my nails after painting. If you can neaten up your nail polish edges with a brush, you don't feel the need to paint to every corner of your nail which is the problem I had. That way you can also apply thin layers of nail polish and get a smooth result in the end. I would completely agree with using Seche Vite as a top coat, it's incredible. It dries all your polish in minutes and leaves everything super smooth.

u/briannac25 · 3 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

A pretty decent brush kit is definitely necessary to do a lot of art. I have this one and I really like it. You will also need some dotting tools that will help you create perfect dots. Some striping tape is really handy too. You might also want a stamping kit. Konad has a great one and you can buy it on Amazon.

Have fun!

u/awesomeness32 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

So glad to hear your daughter is alright!! I hope you and your family stay safe!! Happy you're alive, Tara! :)

Link!

Thanks for the contest and I hope you and your daughter make a speedy recovery! <3

u/MaltedBarleyMaven · 1 pointr/malegrooming

Here is my routine with items and products that work for me.

DAILY Morning:

  1. Scrape tongue; rinse with water; brush teeth for 2 minutes; floss; rinse 1 minute with alcohol-free mouthwash and then gargle 30 seconds with a little more mouthwash; brush tongue with vegetable glycerin.
  2. Shower with warm- not hot- water; shampoo (every other day) and condition (every day); wash pits, feet, in between toes, crotch and crack with antibacterial soap and washcloth; wash rest of body with loofah and body wash of choice.
  3. Wash face with warm water and a gentle face cleanser; shave; apply witch hazel to face, neck, and forehead; apply moisturizer with SPF
  4. Dry off completely, especially pits, in between toes, crotch, and crack; apply Fresh Balls , deodorant, foot cream or powder , and hand cream (as necessary).

    DAILY Night:

  5. Step 1 of morning routine
  6. Wash hands and clean under finger nails * with antibacterial soap
  7. Wash face with warm water and face cleanser; apply moisturizer.

    WEEKLY Sat or Sun: (In addition to daily routines)

  8. Use a face scrub in the shower, gently, especially to the areas you will be shaving; clean under toenails with a nail brush*
  9. Soak feet, particularly in summer and/or you have to wear work boots;
  10. While feet are soaking trim fingernails * and clean under them with pointed end of a nail file*, carefully; dry feet.
  11. Trim toenails* and clean under them with nail file*.
  12. Check nose, ears and eyebrows for any hairs that need to be trimmed or anything in between eyebrows that needs to be removed.
  13. Shave back of neck and around ears

    * Use separate tools for hands and feet to avoid spreading any potential fungus to your hands

    BI-WEEKLY Sat or Sun:

  14. Manscape after the morning routine.

    I have a few resources that have specific guides, I will post them later. I hope this is somewhat helpful and if you have any questions, let me know.
u/lurkernomore99 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

hi shutthefrontdoor. Stay strong, the hurt will come in waves but just remember all the people you still have to support you and this great community that will always stand behind you. 1.53 for my item of choice.

The things that make me happy include change. I moved to another country with no job, no home and noone lined up for me. I've set up a life here for myself that makes me feel like I can conquer the world. I know you feel like you've been on an uphill climb but it only makes the view from the top that much better. Chin up my friend.

u/ladybessyboo · 2 pointsr/NailArt

I've found that the polishes that come in those kits are usually crap, I never bother with them anymore. You can use acrylics like someone already mentioned, although I honestly usually just use normal nail polish, since I've got so much of it already. If you wanted to stick to the nail polish realm, you could also look into special stamping polishes--they are much more pigmented and generally don't have to be "built up" like a lot of nail polish does; I use a small brush and my white konad stamping polish 100% of the time when I do any white nail art detailing.

For brushes, I bought a set like this and have found they work perfectly well for my needs. The dotting tools can be really handy. Just be sure to clean the brushes with pure acetone, NOT regular nail polish remover, because it won't work!

u/dunnowhatnametouse · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hugs and smiles are free. I'll take those.

But this set of brushes might up my mail at game and make me quite happy as well. (On my smaller stuff/smaller price list) Make me smile! If you'd like.

u/batdalek · 2 pointsr/RandomActsOfPolish

this is a good guide to go by. Also use a nail brush, like this dipped in acetone to clean up around your fingers.

A really good base coat is Orly Bonder, it's highly recommended. As for top coats, a nice fast dry is seche. the key to this one is to apply while the polish is still tacky (slightly wet) and to wrap your tips, this kind of shows how. if your nails are short, heres a trick to help wrap the tips

u/nattielove29 · 1 pointr/RedditLaqueristas

Matte top coat: Perfect Summer Matte Top Coat Gel... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014A3VGKA?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Stripes on middle finger were done with striping tape: Beaute Galleria 30 Mixed Colors... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JQM5J72?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Cuticle oil: Bliss Kiss Simply Pure Cuticle &... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DYMYY2G?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Golden polish: Elite99 Gel Polish Soak Off UV... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017OWPD9E?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Base coat: Beetles No Wipe Gel Top Coat and... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07F12SZDS?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Ball point tool used for design draw on ring finger: Yimart 20PCS Nail Art Design... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06X6BCY7K?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Tool disinfectant: Barbicide Disinfectant 16oz Conc https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00415UVTK?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Uv/LED lamp: SUNUV 24W UV Light LED Nail Dryer... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JGG5CH4?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Nail drill: Makartt JD700 Professional... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JRGPH46?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

Base color 044: Gel Nail Polish Gift Set, 12 Pcs,... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075SBNVJ5?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

u/lunomoon4 · 4 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

Seche Vite is one of the best quick dry top coats, and I saw it at Target the other day. Otherwise, it is sold online. You can buy cheap dotting tools on amazon that come with nail art brushes- I use the brushes for clean up because I can’t freehand to save my life. I think that’s a good starter pack for your mani

u/JDinWV74 · 1 pointr/malepolish

Twinkled T Kolinsky Professional Nail Cleaning Brush Sizes 2, 6, or 12 (2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FORVS5E/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_1lOJDbMWX1GW0

That’s a lifesaver and acetone safe
Also don’t be afraid to not leave a gap at the cuticle line but a good pair of cuticle sissors and sally Hansen instant cuticle remover is worth picking up and cheap as well!!

u/UQ4120 · 9 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I got you. This happened to me after a late night intoxicated shower/self tan application. It looked amazing on my legs but streaked all over my hands. I forgot to wash it off before going to bed. I looked like a tie dye cheetah.

Mix 1:1 ratio of baking soda + dish soap and stir into a paste.

Scrub the paste into the skin with a loofah/nail brush. Mine looked like this one but any friction will do:

Tweezerman Dual Surface Nail Brush https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000JLFFGE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_h238AbKM9S76E

The really stubborn streaks took a little extra scrubbing but I completely removed the Loving Tan extra dark from my hands after an overnight set.

u/jojewels92 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Um yeahhh I LOVE nail polish.

My favorite nails so far have been these butterfly nails.

Album of a bunch of nail things

I would love this clean up brush right now I use paint brushes but the acetone eats them up.

Eskimo ! ;)

u/clubpenguinMLG · 1 pointr/RedditLaqueristas

thank you!! I freehanded it with diff acrylic paints - I also used this super cheap set of nail art brushes

u/cknap · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is $1.12 including shipping!

YAY, 2 WEEKS UNTIL BIRTHDAY !! :)

u/what_the_heil · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think these hair clips would look great on you!

This is under $5!

Third thing!

Short hairs, no cares

u/ayakokiyomizu · 1 pointr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

To clean under your nails, you need the nail brush that has the sideways row of extra stiff bristles, like this one for instance: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000JLFFGE/ If it doesn't have that, it's only good for cleaning the nail surface and cuticles/nailbed. For some reason it can be hard to find the type I linked in stores.

u/username53975264479 · 7 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

Thank you! I linked them below. For the flowers, I used a small flat brush and dipped it in multiple colors to create dimension. I sort of used it on it’s side in a sweeping motion. It doesn’t apply much product which is nice to keep it smooth and flat. Some flowers I did have to do a few coats. For the leaves and other small details, I used the tiny detailed brush that came with the mission control gels. It’s so small, like only 5 bristles or so.

Brushes from Amazon

u/AllOfTimeAndSpace · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

The Canadian site doesn't have a lot of things that are cheap, especially with shipping. However, this awesome nail art set comes to 4.62 with shipping so that's not bad.

u/zanks24 · 1 pointr/RedditLaqueristas

If it helps, this is the set I have :) It comes with a dotting tool, too!

u/chcleaver · 1 pointr/RedditLaqueristas

it's a 15-piece MASH nail brush set. got it from amazon. also helps that the bf is an artist so he knows how to use the brushes to make those tiny lines. he's teaching me :)

u/adragonisnoslave · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is the cheapest I got!

You are awesome.

u/angry_manatee · 1 pointr/RedditLaqueristas

I use a different, much thinner/pointier brush to do designs like that. Kinda like the long/thin ones in this set: http://www.amazon.com/MASH-Professional-piece-Nail-Brush/dp/B005BG02BU

u/NothingISayIsReal · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Honestly, I get the sets from amazon or just the ones from aliexpress. Here's one that's ~$8 with prime shipping:

Goliton® 20pc Nail Art Design Painting Dotting Detailing Pen
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OPWRNH2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_q9RHxb0FBHACK

u/nails8485 · 3 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

...does that mean you drew the anchor with just the brush that comes in the bottle? If so, I'm super impressed! And get yourself some nail art brushes girl, jesus.

u/skaai · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Nail pens are exciting? Aren't they!?
I think so.. ;P

weird things

u/RnB274 · 6 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LBMK2KO
It's a 20 piece set that also comes with a free eBook to explain how to use them all.

u/Ocm214 · 5 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

I just use the two thinnest brushes from a really inexpensive set off amazon to fill in larger areas and the small areas like the flowers I used the smallest dotting tool

Yimart 20PCS Nail Art Design Dotting Painting Drawing Polish Brush Pen Tools https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06X6BCY7K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_oas0CbA0RWJ8V

u/Dr_Gage · 1 pointr/chefknives

One of these nail brushes, gets all of it, also great for paint and any other nastiness you get your hands on.

u/MCubb · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

MORE CAFFEINE

It may sound funny, but I'm totally serious, you need glow in the dark stars! They make everything more magical! :D

$2 Itemo!

$5 Itemo! <-- There's a "from $.25 option with shipping so it's not an add-on item, but still comes to under $5. Let me know if that still works!

u/nyurla · 3 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

this brush set might be what you need. :D you can use them with nail polish. just clean the brush with your usual nail polish remover.

u/Morefunthantoast · 2 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

It was part of a 15 piece set I got from Amazon, here it is.

u/MirLae · 2 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

I'm just going to take a guess and say that you got this set?

http://www.amazon.com/MASH-Professional-piece-Nail-Brush/dp/B005BG02BU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1343042988&sr=8-1&keywords=mash+nail+art+brushes

That's the set that I just got in the mail last week (YAY!) I don't really have an explanation to why you get two, but when I got that set my sister asked me what the bent brush was for, because its basically the same same as another brush, but bent.