Acrylic paints can really destroy natural-hair brushes. And, as it turns out, many materials used with said natural-hair brushes, like oils and turpentine, actually repel acrylic paint themselves. For a durable and reliable brush to use with your every acrylic painting need, consider a synthetic brush instead. Acrylic brushes are often more resistant to wear and tear, as well as slightly stronger and springier than natural bristles. That said, not all synthetic fibers are created equal. Ahead, find the best synthetic brushes for acrylic paints, as recommended by ARTnews.
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