Leanne's Rainbow | Face Painting Brush - 1/4" Filbert

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by Face Paints Online | Product Code: LRB102
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What materials are used in this Leanne's Rainbow brush?

Leanne's Brushes have wooden handles and Synthetic golden tacklon bristles. The brush pictured is a full image and an up close shot. The price listed is for one brush.

What are the dimensions of this Filbert brush?

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What is the best way to use Leanne's 1/4" Filbert Face Painting Brush?

The 1/4" Filbert  is Leanne's go to for small leaves, petals, tear drops and thin to thick lines.  To create rainbow petals, activate your brush with water and swipe the brush back and forth on the 1 stroke cake to load the bristles with face paint. Apply to skin in a pressing motion, stamping out rainbow petals and re-load the brush if needed. For double/triple dip flowers first load the brush really well in a light color. Dip the tip and wipe off the light color off the tip on the edge of your cup, and then rub the tip back in for in a darker color. Now stamp your brush and you will have two toned petals. Dip the tip again in a darker color if you want a triple dip look.  Wash your brush with soap and water, or use a special brush cleaner like Lush Brush to remove any paint deep within the bristles and to condition your brush bristles. 

What else should I know about Leanne's Rainbow Brushes?

Leanne Courtney, world recognized face painter and face paint cake designer, designed this beautiful new collection for all of us to enjoy. Because the brushes are made from synthetic bristles, no animals were harmed for the production of these brushes.

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