Sponge Brush with 4 Replacement Heads
Gradients and glitters are nothing to fear! Our Double-Ended Sponge Tool allows you to create nail art gradients and ombres with ease. Sponges are designed with round and pointed replaceable sponge heads to let your creativity flow without limitations. This tool features a long pencil-like handle allowing you a good grip and control of your gradients without getting your fingers dirty.
Clean sponges immediately after use. To clean, squeeze the sponge a few times and dab gently with an acetone-soaked paper towel to remove excess polish. (See package for full details.)
"5 simple steps" for nail stamping
Paint a generous amount of stamping polish onto a design.
Scape off excess polish with the edge of a scraper card, holding it at a 45 degree angle.
Quickly, roll the stamper head onto the design.
Transfer the stamp onto your nail, using a smooth rolling motion.
Finish with a layer of Smudge Free Top Coat
Found out why there weren't any reviews for the product, even though it's been out for years. It's a bust. Awkward; especially the pointed tip. I bought for ombres but it leaves a texture on your nail afterwards. I could see where it *might* get easier with practice. But I think I'm going to go the much easier (and recommended) route and buy the French manicure plate to use the negative space square. Also very fragile. When I attempted to clean the done after my first try it ripped off.
Hi Janessa, Thank you for taking the time to write a product review. We apologize for the issues you've encountered with our nail art sponge. We would love to help you troubleshoot! We recommend being generous with the amount of nail polish applied to the sponge and working quickly, as stamping polishes dry fast. The sponge absorbs the polish and when it happens, the surface of the sponge dries which causes some particles to stick on the nail, leaving a slight texture. To minimize this, reapply polish on the sponge and gently pat the sponge onto the nail. Hope this helps! If you're not satisfied with the sponge technique, we understand that using a French manicure plate for the negative space square effect may be a simpler and recommended alternative. We appreciate your feedback and apologize for any inconvenience caused. If you have any further concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Found out why there weren't any reviews for the product, even though it's been out for years. It's a bust. Awkward. Especially the pointed tip. I bought for ombres it leaves a texture on your nail afterwards. I could see where it *might* get easier with practice. But I think I'm going to go the much easier (and recommended) route and buy the French manicure plate to use the negative space square.
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