If you ever wondered what i used. Well here you go!
This is my mid length striping brush. I’ve used it a few time but only for long lines I find anything else easier with smaller brushes.
This is my longest length striping brush.
And this is the last of the striping brushes and as you can see I cut it down for better ha selling. the bristles look rough but they line up when wet to make a good brush tip.
I have two of these brushes, I got these ones from a craft shop they’re called miniature brushes. And these are the ones I used to use all the time until I found my newer ones.
You can see that I’ve used these brushes till one of them broke!! These are the largest out of all my brushes and yet much smaller than the brush in the bottle.
This brush and the next two are the same brand and brush but their all slightly different sizes.
This one is an 0/4
This one is an 0/3
And this one is an 0/2
These are the ones I’ve come to use most often now. they are defiantly my go to brushes. and these are from my local hobbycraft.
And these are my dotting tools. These are an amazing help when doing some nails. anything with dots clearly but also hearts. eyes. stars. moons, etc etc its also great for starting a shape. blot it out with a tool and grab a fine brush to drag the nail varnish into the perfect shape.
So there you go. this is what I use. But you can use whatever you can get your hands on. for a long time I used cotton buds and they worked fine.
You don’t need an expensive kit in order to do nail art. Anyone can do it.