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Excellent nail design flexibility with spot swirls

If you want to be extremely flexible when applying colour gels, base gels or individual nail art, then we recommend using a swirl. A swirl is a tool that is similar to a gel brush, but whose end has a small metal ball. When it is dipped into the nail gel jar, the gel sticks to the ball on the tip, and can then be evenly spread over the fingernail. The smooth surface of the ball means that working with a swirl does not create any structure, as can sometimes be the case with a classic gel brush. As well as this, even beginners can use the stiff tip of the swirl to easily paint filigree nail design creations. Circular movements when applying the base or colour gel means that it is pulled together, and allows optimal opacity with a very thin application. These excellent features mean that a swirl is the perfect tool for consistently precise and exact smile lines. So that you can meet as many requirements as possible, there are swirls with various sized balls. One swirl generally has two different size balls. The smaller the end of the swirl, the finer the elegant nail artwork that can be created. It is therefore no wonder that swirls have a special significance in nail art. So that you are more flexible when it comes to nail design, you can also purchase swirls with a straight point or bent point (slightly or strongly bent). A bent point makes working with a dotting tool much easier, as you can much more easily create your nail design from a variety of angles. Because it can be used for a lot of applications, and also because of its appearance, a swirl is also known as a ball brush, dotting tool or French ball. The fact that you can easily make a dotted pattern in your nail design with various styles and sizes of dot mean that a swirl is also known as a dotting tool. The name "French ball" comes from the fact that a swirl is often used for French nail modelling.

Creative nail design with spot swirls

A swirl is often used for the creation of sophisticated nail art that is too elaborate to be painted with a gel brush. A coarse glitter colour gel can be difficult to apply with a gel brush. The round metal head lets this type of glitter colour gel be applied to the fingernails much more easily and evenly. If you want to paint creative nail design patterns with various colour gels and colour effects, then a dotting tool can be used for a very attractive wipe technique. This technique can be used, for example, to apply three different colour gels next to each other without curing them. The colour gels are then mixed together with a dotting tool, painting either a planned pattern or spontaneous creation. Alternatively you can also create an individual marbled structure with the spot swirl, by applying a metallic gel in circular movements. This type of nail design can be rounded off with a little glitter powder decoration. Decorative nail art such as rhinestones or dried flowers can also be incorporated into the colour gel with a swirl. The versatile applications of the swirl in nail modelling make it an essential tool for successful nail design. Whether it's used for a nail modelling with a base gel or to develop a nail modelling with various colour gels: You should always have a dotting tool handy to ensure professional nail design.

If you want to be extremely flexible when applying colour gels, base gels or individual nail art, then we recommend using a swirl . A swirl is a tool that is similar to a gel brush, but... find out more »
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Excellent nail design flexibility with spot swirls

If you want to be extremely flexible when applying colour gels, base gels or individual nail art, then we recommend using a swirl. A swirl is a tool that is similar to a gel brush, but whose end has a small metal ball. When it is dipped into the nail gel jar, the gel sticks to the ball on the tip, and can then be evenly spread over the fingernail. The smooth surface of the ball means that working with a swirl does not create any structure, as can sometimes be the case with a classic gel brush. As well as this, even beginners can use the stiff tip of the swirl to easily paint filigree nail design creations. Circular movements when applying the base or colour gel means that it is pulled together, and allows optimal opacity with a very thin application. These excellent features mean that a swirl is the perfect tool for consistently precise and exact smile lines. So that you can meet as many requirements as possible, there are swirls with various sized balls. One swirl generally has two different size balls. The smaller the end of the swirl, the finer the elegant nail artwork that can be created. It is therefore no wonder that swirls have a special significance in nail art. So that you are more flexible when it comes to nail design, you can also purchase swirls with a straight point or bent point (slightly or strongly bent). A bent point makes working with a dotting tool much easier, as you can much more easily create your nail design from a variety of angles. Because it can be used for a lot of applications, and also because of its appearance, a swirl is also known as a ball brush, dotting tool or French ball. The fact that you can easily make a dotted pattern in your nail design with various styles and sizes of dot mean that a swirl is also known as a dotting tool. The name "French ball" comes from the fact that a swirl is often used for French nail modelling.

Creative nail design with spot swirls

A swirl is often used for the creation of sophisticated nail art that is too elaborate to be painted with a gel brush. A coarse glitter colour gel can be difficult to apply with a gel brush. The round metal head lets this type of glitter colour gel be applied to the fingernails much more easily and evenly. If you want to paint creative nail design patterns with various colour gels and colour effects, then a dotting tool can be used for a very attractive wipe technique. This technique can be used, for example, to apply three different colour gels next to each other without curing them. The colour gels are then mixed together with a dotting tool, painting either a planned pattern or spontaneous creation. Alternatively you can also create an individual marbled structure with the spot swirl, by applying a metallic gel in circular movements. This type of nail design can be rounded off with a little glitter powder decoration. Decorative nail art such as rhinestones or dried flowers can also be incorporated into the colour gel with a swirl. The versatile applications of the swirl in nail modelling make it an essential tool for successful nail design. Whether it's used for a nail modelling with a base gel or to develop a nail modelling with various colour gels: You should always have a dotting tool handy to ensure professional nail design.

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