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Clean up is the key to any good manicure, and precise clean up is critical whether you have spent minutes or hours on your manicure. We wanted our flagship nail clean up brush to be easy to use -- to give you the ability to get into small crevices but still strong enough to remove excess polish without just smearing it around your finger. After searching far and wide, we realized that the brush we had in mind didn't exist...yet. So we had one custom made, just for you! We truly believe that this custom made angled clean up brush from Lantern & Wren is the best of all worlds!
The Fab Ur Nails angled clean up brush is a fantastic brush! We love how sturdy it is and how it really holds up well to repeated use. We didn't want to replace that brush, but rather complement it. So we created our nail clean up brush to be of a similar sturdiness, but smaller in width and thickness to allow placement into smaller crevices and the areas right next to your nails.
The Uber Chic angled clean up brush is a small, delicate brush that can be used with even the smallest of nails.
We always prefer to offer vegan products when possible, so this high quality brush is made using the best synthetic hairs available. It is acetone resistant and the convenient colored gems in the handle of each of our brushes will allow you to select the brush you prefer each time without needing to remove the cap.
Simply dip our angled clean up brush into your acetone or nail polish remover of choice and gently wipe away any nail polish overage from nail stamping and painting. Pair this with our Mani Defender for the best nail art package you can get!
I have only used this brush for a few manicures, but I really like it. I believe it was described in the Facebook introduction as being between the sizes and bristle firmness of the Uber Chic & Fab Ur Nails angled clean up brushes, and I would agree. If that sounds appealing, I would absolutely consider giving this brush a try! LeeAnn H. on Jan 24th 2018