NDi beauty Red Sable Brush | Wood Handle
Our brushes are made from 100% real Kolinsky hair. Made in Germany
Renowned for its softness, Red Sable is particularly adept at spreading paint thinly and evenly, providing artists an exacting control over their shading and structuring. And, with their nickel-plated brass ferrules and long, black and silver lacquered handles, our Red Sable brushes contribute a sure-handed and balanced confidence to take your painting to the next level.
The filbert's medium to long hairs come together in a soft oval, forming a perfect shape for figurative blending and for working within tight areas. The filbert is also a master of flow, making flat lines look rounded.
Because of their strength, spring, and absorbency, high-quality Kolinsky brushes are considered to be the best for Acrylic, which requires that a brush be able to hold the liquid long and retain a fine point when wet.
Available in Sizes: 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24
Brush Shapes and Their Uses: ROUND - Use on point, or apply pressure to make thick-to-thin strokes. Strokes with soft edges.
- A round brush have a largest belly hold a large amount of liquid monomer offering the versatility of multiple strokes. Pick up acrylic powder by the point and form a round ball.
Brush Care & Tips: Proper use, together with correct care and cleaning will ensure your brushes have longer life. I hope the following tips will help.
Storage is important - always keep aired and whenever possible, in the upright position. Natural hair needs to breathe in order to prevent mould growth. Keep your brushes out of direct sunlight. - Try to keep handles dry, to prevent them from loosening and cracking. When you dip the head into liquid monomer or brush cleaner, try to keep the liquid level below the crimping and only wet the ferrule. - Moulting or shedding hairs from a new brush is a normal process. Once the brush is broken in and following a few application sessions the moulting will stop. Always thoroughly rinse a new brush with brush cleaner or liquid monomer before first use. - Always clean a good quality brush thoroughly after each processing session with brush cleaner or liquid monomer
DO NOT USE ACETONE because Acetone will remove the shine from bristle make acrylic tacky and buildup residue. Remove as much moisture as possible with paper towel and reshape before storing.