Purpose and Use
Nail files can shape both natural and artificial nails. When quickly brushed against the tips of your nails, these files can quickly reduce and smooth your nail seams and edges, giving each nail a well-groomed look. Nail files are designed with simple maneuverability in mind. They are ergonomically designed to ensure you can shape your nails with precision to ensure you're pleased with the results.
Filing your nails regularly does more than improve their appearance. Routine filing can also minimize the likelihood of your nails splitting, cracking, and breaking. A jagged nail tip can quickly be repaired to ensure it doesn't snag on anything and result in painful tearing or breaking.
Types of Nail Files
Nail files come in many styles and sizes, allowing you to find the right one for every situation. Salon quality nail files feature a dual-surfaced file, featuring both heavy-duty grit and medium grit surfaces, giving you multiple options when shaping your nails. These heavy, coarse boards are designed for multiple uses, allowing you to shape and file time and again. Emery boards are two-sided nail files that offer two distinct benefits. The coarse side allows you to shape the nails, while the finely textured side allows you to smooth the surface of your nails.
Similarly, a buffer allows you to create a smooth and shiny surface on your nails, giving them a glossy shine that lasts for up to three days, even without the help of nail polish. Finally, pick up a buffing block, which is a multipurpose tool that levels deep ridges and lines in the nails and creates a matte base on your nails, rendering them optimal for polishing.
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