A curated collection of professional paint brushes, with sculpted acrylic handles and custom angled ‘paint scoop’ ends. Made from specialised white Taklon and designed with that all-important firm ‘spring-back’ functionality and optimum bristle length, giving you maximum control over your brushstrokes.
Vegan and planet friendly.
Designed by award-winning body artist Julie Tattam the range has been designed with an artists needs at the forefront of the collection. The Spring Back range showcases 24 new brushes, including kit essentials (Flat brushes, Filbert Brushes, Round Brushes, Kabuki brushes) and fine detail brushes, and also a carefully curated selection of specialty brushes (Rake brush, script brush, petal brushes, double filbert brush, glitter brushes and an Extra large Body painting brush) to assist in executing specific artists painting technique with ease.
These long-lasting brushes have Teal acrylic handles (no flaking like wooden handles!), a tapered end for sectioning and scooping paints and densely packed nickel plated ferrules that leave no space for water and paint to get trapped – making them easy to clean, and quick and hygienic to dry.
- Premium White Taklon synthetic bristles for maximum hygiene
- Strong Spring-back, giving you precision in all your lines
- Vegan and planet friendly: all of our brushes are made with synthetic material and come in recyclable packaging
- Angled handle for scooping paint
- Custom designed by multi award-winning artist Julie Tattam
- Easy to clean
- Do Not soak in alcohol
Paint brushes should be washed thoroughly in warm water and soap and left to dry. Spray with Global Colours Brush and Kit Sterilizer to ensure brushes are kept hygenic and germ free.
Pro Tip: Try using a stain remover stick for any stubborn markings to keep your brushes looking fresh.
Load your round brush by dampening the bristles in water and pulling them toward you across the top of the paint cake. Flip the bristles over and repeat to get an even inky consistency of paint on your brush (no clumps). For ideal linework, the bristles will form the shape of a boat oar once loaded with paint - ie. wide and flat on one side, and then super thin when rotated 90 degrees. Approach the skin with the thin side of the bristles for a super thin line. Create different line thicknesses and shapes by varying your pressure against the skin.
Pro Tip: Hold your paintbrush like a pencil and always position the bristles perpendicular to the skin.
About Global Colours:
Global Colours is a market leader, famous for the quality and safety of their face and body art products for over 25 years. 100% Australian owned, the range is used by professional artists and on movie sets worldwide. Global Colours insist on ethical working conditions in their supply chain, environmental responsibility in their packaging and production, health prioritisation in their ingredient selection and affordable pricing for their customers. The result is a premium quality product that is imbued with heart.
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