Successful nail design with a nail brush
A nail brush is just as important a tool in nail design as a building gel, colour gel, nail file or a curing device The importance of a nail brush to nail modelling is often underestimated, but actually it is needed in almost every phase of the nail modelling. At the start of a nail modelling session, you disinfect the fingernails so that you can file the natural nails into the desired shape in the next step. After this step the fine dust needs to be carefully removed so that the modelling can attach well. To do this, professional nail designers rely on a nail brush or dust brush. This easily removes the fine dust. Not every nail brush is suitable for use in nail design. Some nail brushes have very stiff bristles, and are often designed to clean nails or hands in the trade sector. The nail brushes we sell are specially designed for nail design and impress with very soft bristles, which are gentle on the fingernails as they clean them. This ensures that, even if the brush is used multiple times, the nail bed is not damaged by the brush and the surrounding areas are cleaned of fine dust. The nail bed is put under particular strain with a nail modelling session, and should be treated as gently as possible, which is why nail oil is perfect for using at the end of a modelling. This cares for and calms the nail bed, which lets the nail modelling come into its own. The topic of hygiene is very important in nail modelling. To guarantee you work hygienically, we recommend that the nail brush is thoroughly disinfected before every nail design. It is important to observe the application times given for the disinfectant, to make sure that the nail brush is completely hygienic. This guarantees that the dust brush can be used for a long time, and you don't have to compromise on hygiene standards. The nail brush is not affected by the disinfection, and can be used again immediately.
As well as an electric file, a nail brush should always be kept handy
If you use an electric file to make filing easier in your nail salon or privately, then you also need a nail brush to use afterwards. The fine dust that is created during filing with an electric file sits on the fingernails like a fine layer. If you continue with the nail modelling without first brushing this off, then the nail modelling or next building layer may not attach properly to the nails. This means that the modelling will not have the desired durability, and your nail design can become brittle and cracked after a short period of time. This is why we recommend cleaning the fingernails of dust with a nail brush after every work step with a nail file or electric file. This short intermediate step ensures that your cool nail design on the fingernails can be enjoyed for longer.