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Quick Tip: How to Clean Nail Art Brushes

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Published on May 17, 2011

I've had lots of questions about this one. HOpe this video is helpful for some of you.

Materials used:
Nail Polish Remover
- I use the brand ONYX (from walmart or london drugs) but you can use any brand of your choice.

Clear Nail Polish
- I used Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in Invisible (from walmart or drug store). But again, ANY clear polish will work with this trick.

I would also use a circle cotton pad at the end, but, like I said, I didn't have one with me when I was filming.
They can be purchased at your local drugstore or walmart, walgreens, etc.

The brush I was cleaning is not actually a "nail art brush" it is a thin acrylic paint brush I bought from my local art store. there are lots of inexpensive brushes you can use for nail art that can be bought at your local art store. (I think this one was around $2 - $5.

Good Luck!

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