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E-file Chronicles: Opening the Box

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E-file Chronicles: Opening the Box

by Staff

This is the first video and the beginning of a series on how to use an e-file. Follow along on my blog to watch the journey unfold, perhaps learning along with me as I go. Advice and education are welcome!

How To Prep and Care for Your E-File Bits

Technique

How To Prep and Care for Your E-File Bits

by Staff

So you bought some bits but you're not sure how to take care of them. The Nail Hub's Elizabeth Morris shows you exactly how to prevent cutting your client, how to properly clean your bits, and how to get longevity out of your bit collection.

Easy-Off Mandrel from KUPA

Technique

Easy-Off Mandrel from KUPA

by Staff

Jess Alexander introduces the all Easy-Off Mandrel from KUPA Inc., who says the Easy-Off Mandrel is going to save every nail tech who uses an electric nail file time and money.

Limited Edition MANIPro Passport from Kupa Inc

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Limited Edition MANIPro Passport from Kupa Inc

by Staff

This powerful, portable electric nail file has been designed for professional nail technicians who demand power and portability. The MANIPro Passport features a light weight battery powered Acetone Resistant Finish control box. This unit can provide anywhere from 8 to 10 hours of use per charge in either 110v or 220v. The MANIPro Passport comes complete with a stainless steel belt clip and a plastic handpiece holster which can snap on either side of the control box. The MANIPro Passport Control Box also comes in White, Red and Purple. Full two year parts and labor warranty with your limited edition Kupa E-file! For more information, visit http://kupainc.com/manipro-passport-limited-edition-teal

Cutting Out a Smile Line with Hard Gels Using an E-file

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Cutting Out a Smile Line with Hard Gels Using an E-file

by Staff

Amy Becker Periscopes how to cut out a smile line in gels using Masterworks by Amy Becker sanding bands. "Sanding bands are the coolest bit to cut out smile lines on hard gels. They cut out a sharper smile line than a carbide on hard gels!" She also shares other tricks to help speed the process and create a better smile line.

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