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Gelish Double-Ended Nail Prep Tool

October 28, 2014  | Article

This sleek, double-ended tool features a cuticle pusher on one end and a disposable nail buffer on the other.

Keywords: buffers   cuticle care   Gelish  

chamois buffer

October 13, 2014  | Encyclopedia

a nail buffer made from the soft leather made from the hide of goats, deer, or sheep

Keywords: buffers  

The Bright Side: Summer Neon Colors

July 9, 2014  | Photo Gallery

Summer is the perfect season to sell your clients on neon color.

Keywords: acrylic powder   Akzentz   Artistic Nail Design   Bio Sculpture Gel   Bio Seaweed Gel  

pumice

November 20, 2012  | Encyclopedia

A porous, lightweight volcanic rock used in solid form as an abrasive and in powdered form as a abrasive polish.

Keywords: abrasives   buffers   FILES   implements  

micro buffer

November 20, 2012  | Encyclopedia

A type of finishing file with a very high grit (over 800) used to polish or shine acrylic or natural nails.

Keywords: abrasives   buffers   FILES  

buffer

November 19, 2012  | Encyclopedia

A device used for shining or polishing nails; a nail buffer is essentially a differently shaped nail file, albeit one with a much bigger cushion in the center; buffers have all the same basic components as a nail file: abrasive, adhesive to adhere the abrasive, and a cushion core; the center is usually plastic foam or other cushioned material.

Keywords: buffers   FILES   implements  

Allure Explains How to Nail a Manicure

September 17, 2012  | News

Allure magazine spoke with top manicurists Deborah Lippmann, Jin Soon Choi and Ji Baek to give readers tips on how to nail a manicure.

Keywords: buffers   Butter London   celebrity nail techs   Deborah Lippmann   Essie  

abrasive

October 20, 2011  | Encyclopedia

Abrasive is a material used to roughen, shape, polish, or remove the surface of artificial and natural nails; or one component of a file (the abrasive material is affixed to a core, which is usually affixed to a cushion or center). Abrasives are one of the most-often used tools by nail techncians — for shaping, removing shine, and smoothing.

Keywords: abrasives   buffers   FILES  

grit

January 2, 2011  | Encyclopedia

Grit is a term used in defining the coarseness or texture of abrasives; grit is measured in numbers; a lower grit (fewer grit particles per square inch) is more coarse. Nail file grits range from 60-80 (extra coarse) to 900-1,200 (buffers).

Keywords: abrasives   buffers   FILES  

disposable

December 30, 2010  | Encyclopedia

Disposable means designed to be thrown out after a single use.

Keywords: buffers   disinfection   FILES  

Triple Duty Nail Gadgets

October 18, 2010  | News

Lucky Magazine suggests tools buff, file, and polish all while being convenient and compact.

Keywords: buffers   consumer press   FILES  

Getting Buffed Up

August 19, 2010  | News

If nails are turning a little yellow after a summer of bright pedicures, InStyle suggests buffing out the pigment with an inexpensive buffer. The magazine recommends All Season's four-sided buffers, which come in a number of pretty colors.

Keywords: All Season Nails   buffers   consumer press   manicure accessories  

Soft Touch Cool Blue Buffers

August 17, 2010  | Product

Soft Touch has new Cool Blue Buffers to inspire clients to keep nails extra shiny this summer. Crafted from high-quality materials and made in the USA, the Cool Blue Buffers are quick and easy to use and are gentle on nails. Simply buff with the blue side and then polish with the white side.

Keywords: buffers   manicure accessories   pedicure products   Soft Touch  

At-Home Nail Care for Women on the Go

December 18, 2009  | News

Shape's December issue shows readers 10, 20, and 30-minute beauty regimens for a night out, including tips for facial, hair, and nail care.

Keywords: buffers   CND   consumer press   Jan Arnold   manicure accessories  

CHI Buffers and Files

September 23, 2009  | Product

CHI’s Buffers and Files offer premium performance and a sleek look.

Keywords: buffers   Chi   FILES  
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An undesirable but preventable formation of tiny crystals in the uncured nail coating, often resulting from unusually cold temperatures or drafts...
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