Breaking In Your Brushes
1. Take that plastic cover off your brush and throw that cover out. Don't ever attempt to put it back on your brush!
2. Take the brush and gently apply pressure to the head of the brush on a paper towel. You'll be able to feel the starch break. Gently roll the head of the brush on the paper towel.
3. You'll then need to get the left over residue out. The best way to do this is to gently flick the head of your brush. You'll see the residue coming out - it looks like fine dust particles. Do this until you don't see any more particles.
4. The final step is to run your brush, bristles down, under WARM water. Running your brush under HOT water will cause damage to the hair. Gently run your fingers through the hair of the brush to remove any excess starch. Shape your brush into Oval, Round or Flat shape, and allow to fully dry.
The Nail Art Brushes:
Alpha Brush brings the head-turning class and sass with this elegant line of nail art brushes for true nail artists.
When your nail art brushes are works of art themselves, you’ll snag some looks. The 5” pearl white handles are utterly elegant and the shiny ferrules make the brush bristles pop.
In one word: stunning.
All in all, while you’ll appreciated the gazes, you’ll love using these brushes more.