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Anyone use nail art pens?
#1
Every year while I am doing snowflakes with a brush I think, there must be an easier way....

Is there a nail art pen that makes nice even thin white lines that cover polish and does not dry up while using it?

I've seen the Sally Hanson's recommend...
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#2
There are pens by Nubar and Migi nail art pens. Should be able to Google either. I have the Nubar ones. They work great for me.
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#3
Thank you, will look for those
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#4
I was going to say Nubar as well. Googled them and I cant find their professional site, just on amazon for double the price.
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(10-29-2013, 07:02 PM)jennie Wrote: I was going to say Nubar as well. Googled them and I cant find their professional site, just on amazon for double the price.


Will do, I like their polish a lot

Q, does the base color need to be "dry" ? to use?
does it make thin lines?

Amazon ratings is an eye opener, the Sally Hanson... a lot of complaints

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#6
The base color doesn't need to be all the way dry. But you do want to wait for a few minutes before adding a design. The pens do make a fairly thin line. Though not as thin as a small striper brush. Hth
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