What We Love about this Nail Art Dotting Tool:

Lots of Dots is  perfect for creating dots and flowers, or swirling polish together for a dry marble technique or a drag technique. Also useful for filling in small areas in your nail art designs. A truly dotty experience.

Great with either polish or acrylic paint.

The metal tip of this nail art tool is perfectly shaped and is solid metal unlike some cheaper alternatives.
This Lots of Dots dotting tool body  is perfectly shaped and balanced. The premium quality metal tip ensures nail polish is distributed evenly and preciously with little effort. This dotting tool just simply fits into the contours of your hand, you can feel the quality
Cleaning Nail Art Brushes:
The brush can be easily cleaned with gentle non-acetone nail polish remover.
Always clean your brush immediately after use.
We recommend the use of non-acetone polish only.

How to Use this Nail Art Brush for:

This unique dotting tool can be used to create dots, flowers, leopard print and many more designs just like this wild design by @nailsandtowel

Nail Art Brush Details:

1 Brush
1 Lid
Brush Head: Solid metal tip
Body: Acetone resistant powder coated metal
Length:  15 cm

Cleaning & Care Instructions

Keeping your brushes clean:

Poor a gentle nail polish remover into a glass and dip your brush into the liquid. we suggest using non acetone nail polish remover.

Immediately dry your brush with paper towel to remove the excess nail polish remover.

Repeat as needed until the brush is clean.

Add nourishing organic cuticle oil to keep the hair super soft.

Shape your brush with your hand.

Once a week:

Wash your brush with warm soapie water and then add nourishing organic cuticle oil to keep the hair super soft. Cuticle oil is protects your brush bristles from getting dried.

Always put the lids back on, this will ensure the shape of the hair of your nail art brushes stays as it.


Clean your brushes immediately after use. ( So don’t let the polish dry…..ok)

Never leave your brush in the nail polish remover.

Don’t use an acetone polish remover.