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How to choose your gel brushes

Professionalism starts with having high quality tools. When you work with artificial nails using the right brush is the base of everything you do.

 
Crystal Nails offers you a vast variety of gel brushes, but do you know which ones to choose? Here is a quick guide for you in case you get lost.
 
Nero Merlo II.
It has soft, natural hair, a bit longer than the 6 Gel brush.
Use it with medium dense and softer materials such as Titanium Gel, Builder Gel I-II, Cover gels or pink builder gels. It is easy and fast to put on the material and create the smile line with this brush.
 
Nero Merlo III.
It has firmer natural hair and short, wide head. The form and length of hair is similar to Firm Gel brush. The precisely cut edge provides an accurate work.
Use it with denser builder gels such as Xtreme Clear and Xtreme Pink.
 
Xtreme Gel Brush
This brush has 0,04 inch longer synthetic hair than the 6 Gel brush. Use it with medium dense and softer materials such as Titanium Gel, Builder Clear I-II, Cover gels, pink builder gels or white gels.
 
6 Gel Brush
Use this synthetic brush with medium dense and softer materials such as Titanium Gel, Builder Clear I-II, Cover gels, pink builder gels or white gels.

 

 

4 Gel Brush
This smaller gel brush with synthetic hair can be best used for color products and white builder gel. It is perfect for smaller Nails and decorations.
 
Firm Gel Brush
This has wide and thick synthetic hair. It is specially designed for dense builder gels so it is a good choice when you are using Xtreme Clear and Xtreme Pink.

 

 

If you are curious about other types as well
, watch this video about choosing brushes.

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