It's a 2 way nail art pen and has a nib at the very top of the pen and if you twist the top part off, there's a long thin brush, ready to go to work. Now, as I'm a newbie, I didn't know what to do with the brush other than Zebra stripes and I learned a few tricks along the way. But this is what I came up with for now.
Ok, so the dots were easy enough to do. The only thing is that you need to squeeze the body of the pen a bit to get the polish to come out and by the end of doing one hand, I had a bit of a cramp, but I took it like a pro and shook it off. Obviously the more you squeeze, the more comes out.. err... In a nail polish way, not a rude way. And the dots will be bigger. You get the picture.
With the brush part, I found it hard to scrape the polish off the plastic part above the brush. When I forgot to do that, big globs of polish ran down it and down the brush and just made a big ole mess, so note to self, try harder to scrape excess polish. The white lines are thicker that I had envisioned but they make for a bit of abstract art even if they're off the target zebra wise. There's no way in hell I'd be able to use the brush for any kind of drawing, look, I couldn't even do stripes properly.
They had about 5 different colours in stock in our pharmacy and I might pick up a black one too and see what I can come up with. It's nice to play around with polish a bit isn't it? How cute would a red nail be with white dots...