Our standard technical paints have been formulated to flow smoothly and not to dry too quickly as regular acrylic paints, allowing you to complete designs without needing to rush your work. As you can see from this blog, these paints are incredibly versatile and will work on other craft projects too. Moonhopper technical paints are also excellent for painting miniature dolls house scenery, painting onto polymer clay, dioramas, general arts and crafts…not just useful for tabletop models and figures.
We noticed our very own Paint Pixie had been doing her nails with them. So we asked her what else she could do with our paints and nails. So she showed us. Not only are Moonhopper paints and glazes perfect for intricate free hand work for detailing, they can make your hands look amazing.
We offer a large range of colours for these paints, including Forged Gold, Bloodbath, and Imperial Indigo among others. All of our paints are compatible with regular nail polish, and can be used with LED or ultraviolet gels and craft resins to produce great results.
And to top it all, Pixie used Moonhopper Detailing Brushes, which can be also be found in our store. Tip…a wet palate can be useful when manicuring the Moonhopper way.
When using our brand paints, allow them to fully dry before adding a matt or (for better results), a gloss topcoat. Alternative options include using dotting tools or craft sponges to blend the colours in any way you like.
Here are a selected group of paints the Pixie has suggested for nail art and detailing – these paints have no added texturing, hence these are ideal for creating a smooth perfect finish.
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