Which brushes are best for nail art?


  • Glitterbels Gel Art Brush Set x 5 Brushes.
  • Brillbird Student Brush Kit.
  • The Gel Bottle Inc Nail Art Brush Set.
  • Glitterbels Gel Ombre Brush.
  • Glossify Dotting Tool.
  • The Gel Bottle Inc Liner Nail Art Brush.
  • Brillbird Brush for Gel Application – Gel 4.
  • Brillbird Nail Art Brush – Flat Ombre.

What are the different types of nail art brushes?

7 Types Of Nail Art Brushes

  • Round brush: It is the most versatile and common nail art brush.
  • Striper/liner brush:
  • Flat brush:
  • Angled brush:
  • Fan brush:
  • Detailing brush:
  • Dotter:

Can I use regular brushes for nail art?

So can I use regular paint brushes for nail art? Yes! You can use any brush you want but keep in mind, the thinner the brush, the better for nail art.

What is the best number brush to use for acrylic nails?

According to celebrity manicurist Elle, the best acrylic nail brushes come in a size 8, have a precise, pointed tip, and are crafted from natural kolinsky sable hair.

Do you put top coat over rhinestones?

Using a Top Coat With Rhinestone Nail Art When you use a top coat, this is done over gel or regular polish, but definitely under the rhinestones that are applied to your nails. If you were to apply a top coat over your Crystals for Nails it could dull the sparkle of the rhinestone, which you don’t want.

What can I use for an acrylic nail brush?

Makeup brushes can be used to apply acrylic to artificial nails, however, there are some differences that you need to be aware of if you are planning to use makeup brushes in the place of artists brushes, or paint brushes.

What is the fan brush used for in nail art?

Time crunch: The fan brush can be used to quickly and easily create horizontal lines across the nail. Just load up the brush, and drag it from one side of the nail to the other.

What size acrylic brush is best for beginners?

As a beginner, the starter nail kit comes with a small size 8 or 6 brush and that is okay because you are trying to learn the basics. As you move up the professional ladder, you might want to pick a bigger size 10 or 12 brush. You can even go as far as a 14 or 16 depending on how much control you have over the brush.