Decorating Must Have: Bruzz Nail Brush

I'm not a nail brush sort of person. In fact I didn't see the point of them until I had to decorate my new house. Then I was so thankful to have a Bruzz nail brush in my life, especially after seeing the mess made by a bog standard nail brush. Growing up I've always seen my Dad and Grandad using a nail brush when they're washing their hands but that's because they've been out in the garden or in the garage working on cars. I don't do messy, hard work so didn't know what all the fuss was about.

The Bruzz Nail Brush - the most hygienic nail brush in the world- is a redesign on the ordinary nail brush. The bristles are enclosed within the brush and are made out of silicone. It's pink so instantly looks better and is designed to limit spray, be gentle to the nails and be more hygienic. When I was in the midst of decorating and spent the best part of a fortnight covered in gloss, paint, no more nails and filler along with using sand paper and masking tape my nails took a bit of a battering. I didn't think I'd ever get them clean until I realised I had this little tool hidden away in my nail product stash. It did the job without being too harsh and best of all without spraying water and soap everywhere.

Now I must admit I don't use this on a daily basis. My nails don't need it but it's a handy little thing to have when you've got falsies on! I've always found long fake nails tend to get a bit grubby underneath and this is a handy, quite gentle option for keeping them clean.

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