As a nail tech your nail brushes and ceramic nail drill bit are your most important tools in your box, so you need to maintain their shape to good condition. But, you can't just throw away your brushes with just a few hints of stray hair. In this blog we are going to tackle how toreshape and flatten your brush for longevity.
Before buying or purchasing an acrylic nail brush you have to be sure that the bristle are made of the right materials. In this blog you will find out which material is best suited an acrylic nail brush.
Are you confused on how to clean your acrylic nail brush? Brush hygiene should be the top priority on your list as a nail technician. At best, you should clean your acrylic brushes after every use. Stick around a bit and you will learn the best way to clean your acrylic nail brushes.
Crimping or pinching is a technique that is usually done on a round brush. It simply means reducing the roundness of the ferrule to an oval shape. This makes the bristles fan out and lie flat but still retain a thick belly.
As a nail technician is very important that you know how to trim your acrylic nail brushes according to what you need or desire. There are several ways to trim your brush depends on what you are trying to achieve, and that is what you are going to learn in this article.
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While technique is a big factor in creating stunning nails, having the perfect and right brush can go a long way. If you are confused or unsure on what brush size you should use, then continue reading. If you are still confused which nail brush size to use then read on.
In 2019 alone, beauty businesses amassed a total of 49.5 billion dollars in revenue. about 60% of small businesses that closed as a result of the pandemic. As a nail technician, you do not have to be part of this statistic.