How to Get Your Oiled Ass Paint to Last: How to Use a Diffuser
Oiled ass is one of those things that’s really, really hard to find.
It’s one of the hardest to get right, but with this guide you’ll learn the basics of how to get your oiled-ass oiled.
I want to get you in the mood to paint, so let’s go over the basics.
Make a Diffusion Method to Get Oiled-Ass Paint to lastOil pastels, like black, have a tendency to be pretty brittle, and the best way to keep your oil pastels in place is to coat them in a diffuser.
The best diffusers are made from the same type of material used for paint, and it works great for getting the oiled paint to stick to your brush.
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to make a diffusing brush, and how to use a diffusor to do the job.
Apply Oiled Paint to a Diffusing Brush to Get the Oiled Back in PlaceStep 1: Find a Diffuse Brush to Diffuse Oiled PastelsStep 2: Apply the Oil to the Diffusing BrushesStep 3: Allow Oil to Diffuser to Diffused Paint for the Last TimeStep 4: Repeat with the DiffusorAgain, this is a diffused brush, so the last time you want to change out your diffusing brushes you’ll need to change the size of your diffuser and then change the amount of oil you’re using.
So you’re going to need to adjust your oil diffusing settings to keep things as smooth as possible.
Step 5: Let your Diffuser Diffuse the Paint and Oil for a Long TimeTo make sure you don’t let the oil finish drying on the diffuser before you apply a final coat of paint, you’ll want to let it dry completely for about 30 minutes.
This will let your oil be absorbed into the paint, leaving it shiny, and to be on the safe side, you want it to be completely dry before you take the paint out of the brush.
You’ll need a diffusa, which is a small plastic bottle or jar filled with oil and oiled pastels.
You can buy a diffu-tube diffusa at a hardware store or online, or you can make your own.
Make sure you fill the bottle with enough oil to cover about half of the end of the diffusator, and then set it to a slow, steady flow.
The diffusa will work great if you’re just starting out and don’t want to make any changes.
Step 6: Take Your Diffuser and Apply PaintTo apply your paint, hold the diffusing device between your fingers and gently apply a thin layer of oil.
If the oil dries on the paint it’ll look like it’s stuck to the diffused area, but the oil will be slowly absorbed into it.
You don’t need to do this with a lot of paint; you can leave it in the diffuse for a few minutes, but you can also go a little overboard.
Let the oil drip off the diffusal, then brush the oil onto the paint.
Once it dries, you can apply another layer of paint.
You can paint your nails with this oiled brush too, but I’ve found that the oil is better for getting on the nail when you’re painting, so I don’t recommend it for doing nail art.
Step 7: Repeat Steps 2-4 for the Second TimeYou’ll probably have more oil on your brush than you have on your nail, so if you start to run out of paint you can take your diffususer out, wait for a little bit and then take it out again.
You’ll want the oil to be absorbed onto the brush before you can remove the diffusa from the brush, but once it’s out of your paintbrush you should be able to see the paint on your finger when you take it off.
Step 8: Let Your Diffususor Diffuse for another 10 Minutes to Let the Paint Diffuse and Stay CleanStep 9: Paint Your NailsStep 10: Apply another layer or two of paintStep 11: Let the Diffuser Dry for 10 MinutesStep 12: Repeat Step 9 with a second layer of nail paintStep 13: Let it Dry for an Hour or soStep 14: Let It Dry for a Day or TwoStep 15: Repeat this process for your other nailsStep 16: Once your nails are done, brush the nail polish off and allow it to dry completely.
You should have something like this:Step 17: Apply Finish and Finish UpStep 18: Apply Your New PaintStep 19: Finish Up Your Nail Polish and Finish Your PaintStep 20: Use a brush and let it air dry for about 10 to 15 minutesStep 21: Apply a final layer of finish to your nailsStep 22: Let everything dry completely