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SEPHORA COLLECTION Nail Art Set

What it is:A tool duet for creating trendy deigns on your nails and toes. What it does:Let your imagination run free on all your tips with this set of tools intended to make beautiful nail designs easy and fun. The double-ended marbling tool turns dots of color into pretty shapes, like flowers and hearts. The thin paint brush is ideal for details and adding the final touches to any design, like the stem on a flower or a smiling face. This set contains: - Double-ended marbling and dotting tool - Paint brush
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Is it easy to clean and reuse after using it? If so, how do you clean it?
asked 2 years ago
Anonymous
on Nail Art Set
7 answers
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answer 1
Yes very east to clean, just soak in small amount of nail polish remover then rub off, I just swirl /soak then wipe with a cotton pad, you could even rub the dotting tool with a soaked cotton pad or toilet paper. The brush just soak sort of like how you clean a makeup brush just be cautious of the bristles because you could bend them and that wouldn't be good :)
answered 1 day ago
MyNickname99
(Bristish Columbia)
answer 2
yes, just use rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover< just make sure to clean after EVERY use or else it can get hard to clean
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
CaliGirl3737
(California)
answer 3
I just use nail polish remover, the bristles are slightly stiff when I go to use it again, but it works just fine.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
melissarnewton
(Wichita Falls, TX)
answer 4
Yes. That's what i did.
answered 2 years ago
Bguru2002
(SF, CA)
answer 5
yeah it's really easy I just use water to rinse them and if that doesn't get all of the nailpolish off, I use a brush cleanser.
answered 2 years ago
cuteeggtama
(new york)
answer 6
Super easy, just wipe the ends of the brush and dotter with acetone or nail polish remover as soon as your done with your nails.
answered 2 years ago
tashasook
(Chicago, il)
answer 7
I use a cosmetic pad moistened with polish remover. Simply swipe the end of the tool over the pad until clean. It may take a bit of time, but doing it before the polish has completely dried will help. Then rinse with clean water and allow to dry before storing. Be careful not to get it on the handles of the tools, They aren't metal and polish remover may damage them.
answered 2 years ago
jjed
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How do I properly clean the brush?
Is it safe to use nail polish remover to clean the bristles?
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
rminfl
(Tampa, FL)
on Nail Art Set
6 answers
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answer 1
Yes I use to use a very small makeup brush and so I would clean it with nail polish remover, so I wondered about that, but yes it's ok. And both are more plastic paint(If painted) so it doesn't take off the paint :)
answered 1 day ago
MyNickname99
(Bristish Columbia)
answer 2
I just wipe it off with nail polish remover on a cotton ball. The brush is a little stiff when I go to use it again, but I don't think it's getting damaged, certainly not enough to not get my $10 out of its life.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
melissarnewton
(Wichita Falls, TX)
answer 3
I just brushed the brush around in nail polish remover for a minute or two.
answered 2 years ago
Bguru2002
(SF, CA)
answer 4
Yup! I've used polish and straight acetone. Just don't get either on the handle, remover will eat through the paint and wood.
answered 2 years ago
tashasook
(Chicago, il)
answer 5
i always do
answered 2 years ago
dakotashyres
(laguna beach CA)
answer 6
put a little polish remover on cotton, and gently swipe the brush back and forth on the cotton until the swipes are colorless, then air-dry the brush upright to prevent damaged bristles
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
mskat67
(Oxon Hill MD)
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