Hey guys! My video on the DIY makeup brush
had such a good response from you and thank you for that, so I decided to do another brush
tutorial and this time is for the nail art enthusiasts. I did a striper! If you are interested
in how you can make it yourself, please keep watching and let’s go to the tutorial. This is how my finished nail art brush looks
like and check out how precise lines I’m able to draw with it! This brush really makes it
so much easier to create different nail art designs. And that’s why I decided to share
this do it yourself video with you. If you want to see my entire Lego nail art tutorial
you can find the video on my channel, but now let’s go to the striper. You will need
scissors, glue, some pliers, a knife, a tape, a lollipop and of course the most important
part — the hair. As you have seen in my makeup brush DIY this is how I get it. Ok, first you need to… eat the lollipop!
Now you have a good excuse to buy some candy. Yay! When you’re done take the white little
stick and this will be the handle of the striper. With a knife make a small cut on one side
of the stick, but please be very very careful. I really don’t want you to get hurt and end
up in hospital with stiches. Ask an adult to do this for you if you’re not used to doing
these things. The cut should be about zero point two inches deep. This will allow us
to spread the handle and make it easier to insert the hair. Now take a bit of hair, you won’t need much
as we are making a precision brush! Before attaching the hair to the lollipop stick,
cut one side of hair like so to get a flat end. Drip a few drops of superglue first to
this side of hair and then in the hole of the stick. You can be pretty generous here.
Quickly put the hair into the hole before the glue dries. Squeeze the stick gently with
the pliers so that the bristles will glue to our brush firmly. Next, apply a few more
drops of glue to the end of the stick. This way you make sure that your striper will last
you a long time. Then take a tape and wrap it around the stick so it holds the hair firmly.
Just wrap it several times like so to additionally seal the cut. If you have a colorful tape
your nail art brush will look so much cooler. Now, it’s time to design your nail art brush.
Cut the hair like so. Leave a few bristles long in the middle to get a really pointy
ending. The thinner the ending the more precise lines you’ll be able to draw with your striper.
And there you have it! A super easy DIY, which made a great improvement to my nail art tools
collection. It really helps me pull off nail art designs that I couldn’t do before. I was
honestly so surprised how well this brush works. And as far as cleaning, I just used
an acetone and it did no damage to the hair! I hope you enjoyed this video and if you decide
to do this striper yourself, I hope it will serve you well. And if you are new to my channel,
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