February 1, 2003
An electric file is the perfect tool to use on a nail when you’re trying to achieve a smooth, finished look.
Doing a backfill with an electric file can help you achieve faster and more accurate results.
Cracks appear too often on acrylic nails, but with the help of an electric file they can easily be removed.
Getting the nails ready for a full set is one of the most important steps in artificial nail application.
Using an electric file to remove lifted product will greatly reduce the time spent on this common repair.
November 1, 2002
Which type of file is better: the classic abrasive or an electric one? That’s a question that can have nail techs debating for days. One thing’s for sure, however— both do their duties well.
December 1, 2000
Get advice on dealing with fill lines and the effects of sunscreen on enhancements.
July 1, 2000
Whatever filing need you may have, electric files can do the job. They can take length off the free edge, refine the shape of the nails, and prep the nails for a fill — you just need the right accessory
Whatever filing need you may have, electric files can do the job.
September 1, 1999
With all of the negative hype on drills, it is becoming crucial for nail technicians to be properly trained on their usage. Connecting with the right people for education and knowing the state regulations can help pave the way drilling success.
October 1, 1995
If your clients experience a burning sensation during a nail service, chances are you’re preparing the nail improperly or applying the product incorrectly.
October 1, 1991
The subject of electric filling systems generates a lot of emotional heat – some technicians say these time-saving tools are a necessity, others see them as client turnoffs.
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