Acrylic Brush Collection

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For a limited time only shop the entire acrylic brush collection. Get your hands on all 6 NEW Kiara Sky Acrylic Brushes in sizes 10,12,14,16,18, and 20. Complete your kit by adding every size that you will need for all of your acrylic nail sets.

Experience unparalleled precision acrylic application with Kiara Sky’s 100% pure Kolinsky Acrylic Brush. Made to last, this brush has been mindfully designed and 100% handcrafted from the finest materials to bring your ideas to life. Each element of this Kiara Sky Kolinsky Acrylic Brush has been considered, from the crystal cut acrylic handle, acetone resistant base, and curvature design for an effortless and smooth acrylic application. Your perfect set begins here!

Caring for your brushes is the key to making them last!

How to care for your 100% Kolinsky Acrylic Brushes

  • Step #1
    Before using your new brush: To prep the brush we recommend you spray the bristles with a bit of alcohol to remove the residue that it comes with. Then soak your brush in monomer a few times, wipe it on a paper towel, and your brush is ready to use!
  • Step #2
    During your service: Be sure to keep your brush clean and not let the acrylic powder harden on the bristles. This can be difficult to remove if it dries so just keep it clean by wiping it on a paper towel as you work.
  • Step #3
    After every use: Make sure you clean your brush after every use by soaking it in monomer and wiping off leftover product on a paper towel. Finish it off by reshaping the bristles and storing it in an upwards position or on its side making sure that the bristles aren't touching any surface.
  • Step #4
    Deep cleaning and storing: If product has hardened onto your brush you can do a deep clean by soaking it in acetone for about 5 minutes to allow the product to soften. Gently scrape off the remaining acrylic powder until it is completely removed. Finish off the deep cleaning by conditioning your brush in monomer for a few minutes. Keep in mind that acetone can dehydrate the bristles so you want to rehydrate with the monomer.