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dayavii
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Post Brushes...
on: March 23, 2012, 00:56
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Best brushes? :?

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ia Tivoli
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on: March 23, 2012, 01:17
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Hi DayaVII,

If I were to pick the 2 most important brushes for face painting I’d say it would definitely be Round Brushes and Flat Brushes. You will need a #2 Round (or any Fine Round Brush) for fine detail and a #4 Round (or any medium sized round brush) for most of your line work, dots, curls, swirls, stripes and detail.

And you’ll need a 1 Inch Flat Brush because they’re the perfect shape to pick up multiple colors from a splitcake/ rainbow cake in one brush stroke!!

I’d recommend to begin with 2 of each of these brushes – the more brushes you have the better…you don’t want to be washing brushes everytime inbetween clients, you’ll be much more faster if you simply have more brushes.

See Our Full Range of Brushes here:

http://www.facepaintingtips.com/shop/category/brushes-sponges/

Happy Face Painting,

Philadelphia Tivoli
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dayavii
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on: March 23, 2012, 06:28
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Which brand are you more comftorable with? Im using mark reid? (i think thts correct) brushes and im having a hard time being accurate with them... But im better w my cheap brushes i got at ac moore that came 6brushes in a pack (that was like $8) :/ ...

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on: August 1, 2013, 21:42
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What are some good brands of brushes but at a reasonable price? And what are the main brushes you will need?

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