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1 First Place Makartt 7PCS UV Gel Acrylic Nail Brush Nail Art Tips Builder Brush Nail Makartt 7PCS UV Gel Acrylic Nail Brush Nail Art Tips Builder Brush Nail
By MAKARTT
9.9
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2 Best Value Mia Secret Oval Kolinsky Nail Brush Size #8 Mia Secret Oval Kolinsky Nail Brush Size #8
By Mia Secret
9.3
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3 ANGNYA Professional Acrylic Nail Brush With kolinsky Hair Nail Art Tool 16# ANGNYA Professional Acrylic Nail Brush With kolinsky Hair Nail Art Tool 16#
By ANGNYA
9.2
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4 BQAN 1Pc Acrylic Nail Art Brush Kolinsky Sable Hair Nail Tools 8# BQAN 1Pc Acrylic Nail Art Brush Kolinsky Sable Hair Nail Tools 8#
By BQAN
8.8
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5 Petal Kolinsky Silver Handle Acrylic Nail Brush Manicure Powder - SIZE #8 (CRIMPED) Petal Kolinsky Silver Handle Acrylic Nail Brush Manicure Powder - SIZE #8 (CRIMPED)
By ACT898
8.6
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6 Mont Marte Gallery Series Acrylic Brush Set, 6 Piece. Selection of Synthetic Hair Mont Marte Gallery Series Acrylic Brush Set, 6 Piece. Selection of Synthetic Hair
By Mont Marte
8.3
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7 Rolabling Kolinsky Sable Brush Acrylic Nail Art Builder Brush Crystal Pink Nail Art Rolabling Kolinsky Sable Brush Acrylic Nail Art Builder Brush Crystal Pink Nail Art
By Rolabling
8.0
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8 100% Pure Kolinsky Acrylic Nail Brush Long UV Coated Wooden Handle Size # 100% Pure Kolinsky Acrylic Nail Brush Long UV Coated Wooden Handle Size #
By Future BuyZ
7.6
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9 BQAN 1Pcs Nail Art Brush Metal Handle with Diamond Kolinsky Hair 14# (Pink) BQAN 1Pcs Nail Art Brush Metal Handle with Diamond Kolinsky Hair 14# (Pink)
By BQAN
7.5
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10 EX Kolinsky Acrylic Nail Brush for Acrylic Powder Manicure Pedicure (Size #8 Crimped) EX Kolinsky Acrylic Nail Brush for Acrylic Powder Manicure Pedicure (Size #8 Crimped)
By EX Kolinsky
7.2
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How to Prepare a Brand New Brush

Hi everybody, I'm Kirsty Meakin from Naio Nails.

In this video, oh my God, it's gonna be exciting.

It's exciting because I've not done anything with these products that I'm gonna show.

A little bit excited.

But this video is all about how to prep yourbrand new brush.

So, those of you that get Nail mail will understand how excited I am.

So, Naio Nails have got brushes,beautiful brand new brushes, I don't know, it's 32 in total.

So, Ilove brushesWas a little bit excited.

Let meshow you these brushes.

The brushes that I'm gonna show you now are theAcrylic Brushes.

Right! So, Ihave all the acrylic ones here.

They are very beautiful, very very beautiful.

They say on them what they are, so I'm gonna show you them first.

So, this is the 3D brush.

Please do not look at my nails,they are horrific and we are going to do a video on them later,please don't look at them.

Don't! No! Don't! Stop looking at them, okay?So, we have a 3D brush.

So, I'm gonna take off the protectiveplasticcasingand I'm not gonna do anything with that brush yetbecause I'm gonna show you stuff.

Adam: Can you explain to me why it's a 3D brush?Kirsty: It's a 3D brush because it's for doing 3D acrylic with.

Adam: I get that.

What I mean is, why is that one 3D because they're all 3D?Kirsty: This is for making 3D things with out of acrylic, Adam.

Adam: Okay.

So why is it good at that? Kirsty: Because of the shortness of the brush,that beautiful point,so you get a lot of pressure and you get that fine detail with the point as well.

That make sense? Adam: It does now.

Kirsty: And then we have.

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these are for doing your structure with.

So,we have size 12s.

Niceice big brush.

I do like a big brushand then we have it in a round and an oval.

So, the difference between these two.

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I'll show you the biggest first because I do like a big brush.

Let's take off the casing.

So, these are both a size 12, but they appear very different.

Can you see?This one is crimped, so it's pinched here,yeah? So, it's flatter on application and this one is round.

Perfectly round.

Some people prefer a round brush, some people prefer a pinched brush.

I prefer a pinched brush.

Adam: You mean you don't like to pay for it?Kirsty: That's what we say in England if somebody's pinched something.

They've stolen it but no.

I like itcrimped here and nicely pinched.

Not too pinched though.

You can have brushes that are really too pinched.

If they're too pinched here, basically, you'll lose a lot of the strengthbut no, that one isn't.

So, those are the size 12s.

So, we've got a round and an oval-shaped 10.

So, they're slightly smaller and again, this is your round one andthen this is your oval one, which means it'scrimped there.

And then, I'll show you the 8.

I think if you're a beginner,you would like the 8 oreven the 6because they'll pick up a smaller bead.

The bigger the brush, the bigger the bead you're gonna pick up.

So, I'll show you the 6s.

They're smaller.

If you're just starting out in nails, doing acrylic, you might find this brushwill be the one for you andAlso, this brush would be pretty cool to doa Infill because you'll be picking up a smaller bead.

So, that's pretty cool as welland you've also got the round one and the oval one that ispinched there.

So, there the brushesand I'm just gonna roll them out the way.

I'm going to show youhow to prep your Acrylic Brush.

Now, I'll show you on a round one and on oval one.

I'm gonna pick the largest one so you can really see what happens.

So, we have the round and oval size 12s.

In my dampen dish, I'm going to put Brush Cleanerand I'll show you whathappens to the brush when we start to bend it.

Can you see that it has this residuein the brush that holds the shape just for transit? So, it's a slightadhesive that just holds it together, yeah.

Now, the more I play with that,the more you'll see these particles.

Just gonna cover that up.

So, what you need to do is sort of bend it backwards and forwards first andlightlystart to knock out that excess and it'll come off like dandruff.

I don't want you to be going whack whack whack! You've got to do this gently.

Can you see?That's what we need to remove.

So, you gently,backwards and forwards.

I don't want you be thinking, oh my God, you're touching it with your hand.

You're gonna put your natural oils into the brushand that's why we've got the brush cleaner.

I'll quickly show you this as well.

So, you can feel it's rigid.

So, just give it a squeeze.

With the round one, you want to give it a squeeze all the way around, so I'm turning the brush as I'm pressingand then you can start to bend it backwards and forwardsand you'll see those particlescoming away from the brush.

Some people get their brushand they go straight intomonomer.

So, they'll go straight into the acrylic liquid.

If you do that, all these particles are going to be in your acrylic andalso, what it will do, it will make the acrylic stick to the bristles of the brush and you'll be thinking this brush isrubbish, and it isn't.

It's just that you haven't prepped it.

I can't stress to you how important it is to prep your brand-new brush.

So, I'm going toflick these twountil the majorityof that flakiness comes out.

You will not be able to get it all out this way, you then need to move on to the next step.

So, once you've done that, you're going to get an Orange-wood Stick.

An Orange-wood stick isn't too hard, you don't want to use a metal tool for this.

You can then start to gentlyseparate the bristles from each other like this and I'm turning the brush as I'm doing this you need to do this gentlyIf you don't do this gently, you will ruin the brush.

So, you're separating them from each other andcreating that bit of a flick, so all the bristlesare separated and you start to remove that residue.

So, this is your next step.

So, again, I'm spinning, I'm going from the stock endof the brush all the way to the tip.

Then you need to get some paper towel.

So, again, I'm spinning, I'm going from the stock endof the brush all the way to the tip.

Then you need to get some paper towel.

Kitchen towel will do, that's perfectly fine and you're going to get your Brush Cleaner.

You're gonna submerge your brush,and you're gonna press it a little bit just so all of those bristlesget that Brush Cleaner on.

And I'm gonna pop it on a stand andgive it a minute.

Adam: Oh, is that like a real stand? Kirsty: It's a real brush stand by Naio Nails.

Again, I'm doing the same with this one and I'm spinning it.

So, we call this ''burping the brush.

'' We are making sure that there's no air in the brushand I'm also making sure that all that liquid is on all ofthe bristles.

So, once you've left it on for about a minute, you're gonna take your brushand you're gonna drag it onto the paper towel, take off the excess liquid, fold your paper towel over,press and pull.

Do not shove it in.

Put it down, overlap like this.

So, because this brush is pinched,we are just turning it over each side, whereas, it would be a little bit different with the round brush.

What you're doing is teasing out the rest of that dandruff.

We'll call it dandruff.

So, you can see it's getting less and then you're gonna ease through again because that'll get rid of any of the stubborn residue.

Wipe again and submerge.

Go for another minute.

I've folded that over, so we've got a fresh piece of kitchen paper.

So, we're gonna wipe, spin, wipe,you keep turning the brush.

So, because this is a round brush, we're just gonna keep turning it and pulling.

So, a bit of pressure and pull.

God, my nails look horrific.

But I can't do my nails until I've prepped the brushes.

Again,submerge,give it a minute.

I'm gonna repeat that process and do it about three times and then, they'll be done.

So, we have the round brush here and the oval brush here.

They've been cleaned out.

I will stress to youone thing, brush cleaner is super strong and will melt the paint off brushes andprobably off everything that it surrounds , so you need to be really careful with it.

So, if you don't this will happenand it will melt,okay.

So, do not justdunk your brush into the bottle of brush cleaner.

Make sure you use it sparingly like we have on this one.

Use it sparingly and it will be fine.

Just use it inthe actual dampen dish.

So, now we're onto the next step.

I bet everyone is going, ''Oh my God, I can't believe she's ruined a brush just for us.

''I've ruined a brush just for you, for your knowledge.

I'm crazy!What we're gonna do next is, you're gonna get your monomer, so your acrylic liquid, I've ruined a brush just for you, for your knowledge.

I'm crazy!What we're gonna do next is, you're gonna get your monomer, so your acrylic liquid,clean out my dampen dish.

Because your damping dish will have those little particles in it as well, clean out my dampen dish.

Because your damping dish will have those little particles in it as well,so make sure you clean all of that Brush Cleaner out.

I'm just gonna use Medium-speed,pop that in, don't need a lot.

Not a lot.

Get your brushes.

Burp your brushes.

Adam: Burp? Kirsty: Burp them.

Adam: Is that what they call it?Kirsty: Yeah! You're probably gonna put like, videos of me burping in here, aren't you?Adam: Would I do that?Kirsty: It's called burping because you get the air out the brush.

Adam: I'm gonna keep every single clip of you burping from now on.

Kirsty: Then, you're gonna do the same as we did before.

Fold over and drag.

You need to do this once.

Burp again.

and then you're gonna spin your brush and pull it back into that nice pointed shape.

And that brush is ready to rock.

I know some of you might be asking, ''Well, does monomer melt?''No! The acrylic liquid does not melt the paint on the brushes, so that's fine.

If you wiped over with acetone,that would probably take the sheen off it but the monomer won't because we put the end of the brush in.

Let's do a little test.

So, you're mixing your potionand I'm gonna clean.

Adam: Ooh! That sound!Kirsty: Look, it does absolutely nothing.

Sorry, that was my manky finger.

Nothing to the brush.

So, I'm gonna do the same with this brush.

Burpy burpy.

And spin it as I give it a little drag and then back into the liquid.

This brush is really firm.

I'm actually really liking it.

You get a lot of pressure off this brush.

So, let's see if I change my mind about my favourite brushes.

Then, we're going to pull and spin.

So I'm twisting the brush as I'm pullingto bring it back into that point.

That brush is now ready.

So, those are ready to use on your clients.

Do whatever you want.

Make some nice pretty nails.

So, that's what you do with your Acrylic Brushes.

That's how you're going to prep them.

So, that's how for now.

I think only the British people will get that.

That used to be a program when I was little, you know,when I was young.

I was gonna say little, I'm still little.

I still like, you know, 5 foot.

But yeah,anyway, hope you've enjoyed that video.

I hope it was educational for you.

I hope it helps you to prep your brushes.

So, everything I've used today will be listed below as always, as it is and I'll see you guys in the next video.

Thank you for watching.

Bye-bye.

Have I got something in my teeth?Adam: What are you using? What is that? Kirsty: It's a flossing stick.

Adam: It's a flossing stick ** Kirsty: It's gross really.

Adam: You look like some kind of new species there with that sticking out your mouth.

Saber-tooth nail tech.

Kirsty: You find bits of food with it.

Adam: Been there for weeks.

Kirsty: Been there for weeks and it tastes delicious.

Adam: Ugh!Kirsty: I do often wonder why I'm still single.

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