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Nail Art Pens

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Ever struggled to create fine detail work in your nail designs?

Then struggle no more and consider trying our unique range of specially designed Nail Art Pens and create ultra fine detail with ease, using water based acrylic paints.

These new dip nib nail art pens are unique to the Nail Art Company and are especially designed to revolutionise the way you create detailed bespoke designs in your nail work on regular nail polish, acrylic or gel finishes. They are totally re-useable, very easy to clean and with just a little care they should last a very long time.

Available in a range of attractive colour handle and nib combinations. Choose from bronze, nickel silver or our luxury gilt nibs to make your unique combination. (Spare nibs are also available).

So how do you use the nail art pen?

Using a nail art pen couldn’t be simpler. The pens are designed specifically for use with Acrylic water based paints. Just ensure the paint you decide to use contains a high pigment content (for best results only use professional quality Acrylic Paints).

We recommend using our comprehensive range of Polycolor Acrylic Nail Art Paints which we import from Italy or our range of Acrylic Nail Art Pot Paints, both of which are a professional range which have the required concentration of pigment. Whichever medium you choose will deliver stunning results. Using water based paint means this is a low odour procedure and makes the pens very easy to clean and look after. Once you have prepared your choice of paint just dip the pen nib in the paint and ‘get nail creative’.

How does the nail art pen work?

The pen nib features a reservoir that retains the paint. Ensure you dip the pen nib completely into the paint or the reservoir won't fill. The paint is then delivered onto the nail by capillary action. Applying a light contact pressure will produce very thin accurate lines and as you slightly increase pressure the pen will create thinker more pronounced lines.

So what do you need to get started in using a nail art pen?

  • A mixing pallet or a small pot
  • Some clean water
  • A Nail Art Pen
  • Acrylic Paints
  • Oh, and of course some nails to paint!
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