BOLT | Face Painting Brushes by Jest Paint - FIRM Liner #4
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BOLT | Face Painting Brushes by Jest Paint - Firm Liner #4
The Firm Liner #4 brush has firm yet flexible bristles that come together for crisp line work. If you have a heavy hand these firm bristles might be ideal for you since they have a little more bounce back.
- This long tapered brush is great for flowing lines and swirls
- Paint perfect tear drops by dragging and dropping your brush
- This larger sized liner I great for thin to thick line work for tiger stripes and tribal lines
- No animals were harmed in the making of these brushes
Black Light Reactive Brush Handles
If you have ever painted using UV paints and were painting in the dark, you will know how hard it can be to find your brushes. These Bolt Brushes were designed to be bright, bold and easy to find in your kit or if you drop one in the grass, but they are extra perfect while painting under blacklights! Please note that the UV neon orange color may fade to lighter shades of orange if exposed to direct sun light for a long period of time.
How to Use This Brush
Dip your Bolt Brush in clean water, wipe off any access paint and then gently run your brush back and forth or in a swirling motion on your face paint cake. Make sure to keep twisting the brush to keep all of the bristles together and to maintain the fine point of the brush. Once you see a nice creamy load of paint on your brush you can apply the paint to the skin. Wash with warm soapy water and shape between your fingertips before air drying.
About the Bolt Brushes Brand
Bolt Brushes were designed by face and body artists, Santiago Massano and Anna Wilinski, from Jest Paint. Artists around the world have Bolt Brushes in their face painting arsenal and love them! There are regular and firm styles to help meet the likes of every face painter. Bolt Brushes are assembled in the USA using parts from Thailand. Bolt Brushes are made from synthetic applicators and wooden handles. The wood for the handles come from managed national wood reforestation programs.