Paint brushes for hair


#21

Doesn’t it? lol. I used it on my first reborn and it turned out good, but I just don’t think that will happen again…actually I had made a brush to be a rake brush.


#22

This is what I bought. It looks like a rake but I’m not sure what it’s called.


#23

Wow, thats beautiful!

@DollyPardon I need a tutorial, get to work :wink:


#24

Use a thin coat of the matte varnish on the head. I mix mine 50% matte varnish with 50% satin varnish. Bake then cool then bake again. It should then be easy to use the prisma pencil on.


#25

Awesome!!! Thank you so much for that advice!!! It has been my biggest question throughout this process.


#26

This is what I bought when I went brush shopping. One of them has to work for me to paint hair. Lol.


#27

This is exactly what I did to find my hair painting brushes. My favorite is so raggedy now that I need to glue it back together.


#28

Wow! That hair is amazing. Can you share a picture of the brushes you use please?


#29

I will try to remember to take a picture in the morning. Trust me, there is nothing impressive about them. :grin:


#30

I use that Wet N’ Wild angled liner brush on the right to push around my paint when doing creases. I like it a lot with thicker GHSP. I also use a tapered WnW eyeshadow(?) brush, I believe it is, to mop the creases during creases.


#31

Thank you. I know most of the results are from your hair painting experience and talent, but it would be great to see the tools the masters use. :slight_smile:


#32

:rofl::rofl::rofl: I am far from a master. There are many on the forum and beyond who are much better, but yes, I will definitely show you. :blush:


#33

I use those two for those purposes too. They work perfectly.


#34

I want to see too!! Lol


#35

Great brushes! Sometimes I get more excited about new brushes than new kits. I am not sure what size the rounds you have on the left side of the picture are, but I have a #3 and love it for painting hair.


#36

Idk how but I ended up with 2 5s. I do have a 3 liner brush but it’s really tiny.

I’m finding I like the round brushes for a lot of things.


#37

Mine must be made by a different company as my #3 is pretty big. It really helped me layer the paint for more depth. It looks like you have hours if not days of fun there :slight_smile:


#38

For super fine hairs, I use script brushes and this one specialty nail polish brush that is long and skinny. I think it is called a striper.


#39

1/2 inch rake plaid one stroke and a cheap disposable brush that I get in a pack of 100 from Amazon.


#40

I wish I had a practice head to try my brushes and different techniques. I might have to just dedicate a kit to that. But I like all my kits. Lol.