An implement is a tool, utensil, or instrument for doing a task. The best implements are those inspired by — and created specifically for — the professional manicurist and pedicurist to perform special tasks.
Nail technicians have to rely on implements for delicate procedures and precision work. The better the implement is designed and produced, the easier to use and the higher the satisfaction of the user. Nail technicians need implements that are highly functional and specifically crafted for each aspect of a nail service.
Wide selections of precision manicure and pedicure implements in a variety of models make it possible to accommodate the individual needs and preferences of the user. Implements should foster optimum control and comfortable handling. An ergonomically shaped body brings perfect balance and smooth performance.
Highly regarded implements are manufactured from the highest-quality materials, expertly crafted, and individually examined for quality and performance. Hand filing and rigorous quality control are signs of a quality implement that must be dependable and reliable. The implement should be resistant to wear and be sterilizable to meet the highest standards for safety and sanitation.
September 19, 2013
In the market for a new cuticle nipper or curette? We explain what to look for in six of the most common metal implements.
October 1, 2010
What implement can you not live without? Nail techs answer this question by describing the tools that get them through the workday. Plus, be sure to save the experts’ advice for implement purchasing, and the convenient buyers’ guide for the next time you’re shopping for new implements.
October 1, 2008
Multitasking is a way of life in today’s high-speed world, and nail implements are no exception. From double-sided nail art brushes to triple-tasking pterygium removers, the ingenuity behind these inventions makes you wonder what they’ll think of next. Here’s a sampling of some of the latest multitask implements to help you speed through your workday.
May 1, 1996
The art of manicuring has a past worth preserving, and a few pioneering collectors have already started to save fascinating nail memorabilia from the 1930s, 1920s, and even earlier.