Acrylic Nail Brushes
Acrylic nail brushes
Create the perfect shape and length for your acrylic nail designs with the help of a professional acrylic nail brush. Featuring a flat, tapered tip ideal for applying thin layers of acrylic nail product, an acrylic brush will help you to perfect your base in no time and provide a flawless canvas for your nail art designs. It is an essential tool for any nail technician or at-home manicurist, and you'll find the best of them at NSI Nails.
NSI Nails — your go-to for acrylic nail brushes in Australia
No matter the acrylic nail method, we have a professional brush that suits your needs. Whether you're just starting as a nail artist or have been crafting manicures for years, the right tool will help you to apply and sculpt your acrylics to perfection.
If you're a fan of the one-bead application method, the Crimped Kolinsky Acrylic Nail Brush is highly suitable. The large shape provides better liquid retention, which helps to lengthen the time you have to work with and guide your bead.
For a kolinsky nail brush made to craft thin and beautiful nail enhancements, try the Elite Precision. Or reap the benefits of a double-ended design featuring a professional acrylic nail brush on one end and a gel brush on the other — genius! Our acrylic brushes are made with high-quality hair and handles for professional results. Be sure to clean your brushes after each use to keep them in top condition using the NSI Nails Nail Brush Conditioner and Cleaner.
NSI Nails — professional tools and accessories for your best nails yet
Whether you're looking for professional-grade products to use at home or want to stock up on salon-quality supplies for your business, NSI Nails has everything you need to create easy, beautiful nails that last.
As well as supplying wholesale acrylic nail brushes, you can easily shop acrylic dipping systems and liquids online via our store. Our formulas are HEMA-free, MMA-free, 11-toxin-free, vegan and cruelty-free, with the latest innovations and new products frequently added to our catalogue for all your professional nail service needs.
If you need more guidance on which of our acrylic nail brushes is suitable for you or have any other general queries, get in touch today, and our friendly team will be more than happy to help.
What kind of brush is best for acrylic nails?
Acrylic nail brushes perform best when the bristles are compact and smooth, with a precise end that helps to spread and sculpt the product seamlessly. The best brushes are thick but not bushy. Our collection includes First Touch and Kolinsky nail brushes of all sizes. Proper cleaning after each use is critical to ensure your acrylic nail brushes stay in top condition.
What brushes do nail techs use?
Every nail technician has their preferences when it comes to the shape and size of their acrylic nail brushes, but the quality of the bristles is key. This is why many technicians and nail professionals prefer to use a kolinsky nail brush made from 100% kolinsky hair. The natural bristles hold the acrylic liquid much better than a synthetic one, allowing you to pick up the perfect bead and work with it seamlessly.
What size brush should a beginner use for acrylic nails?
Small acrylic nail brushes are generally better for beginners, ranging between sizes 8-10. We recommend starting with something like NSI Kolinsky Acrylic Brush #8.. The size eight brush is small enough to offer you more control when sculpting your nails, while the flat edge will allow you to create thin and even lines.
Do you have to wet your brush with acrylic?
Yes. A professional acrylic nail brush must first be dipped into an acrylic nail liquid (also known as monomer) to wet the brush. This allows the brush to pick up a bead from your choice of acrylic powder, which bonds together so you can begin sculpting your shape. NSI Nails' acrylic liquids and powders are HEMA-free, MMA-free, 11-Toxin-free, vegan and cruelty-free.
What's the difference between round and oval crimped acrylic brushes?
Oval crimped acrylic brushes generally differ from round ones by having a more user friendly shape.. The 'belly' of the brush is slightly squashed or crimped at the base, further enhancing the oval shape matching your nail plate shapes. Because of its shape, an oval acrylic brush won't absorb as much acrylic liquid, making for easier work, better beads and more control for intricate designs. It's often favoured for work with and used by 90% of nail techs being expert and beginner friendly.
On the other hand, a round brush typically has a bigger 'belly' which absorbs more acrylic liquid. This allows nail techs to pick up bigger beads for faster work and is typically used by more experienced long time salon nail professionals.