Manicure Tools

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Your nails can say it all. When you walk into a party or just in an office, your nails talk about your beauty. They carry that beauty what your face may not. Hence it is very important to give yourself a proper Hand Care along with the right tools for your nails.

Whether you are giving yourself a French manicure by hand or with a kit, you still have to prepare your nails beforehand:

Gather your tools for the manicure:

  • Nail cutter
  • Cuticle pusher
  • Nail Polish Remover
  • Nail brush
  • Cotton Pads
  • Nail Filer
  • Warm Water
  • Antiseptic lotion
  • Scented Oil or Salt
  • Table Lamp
  • Acetone
  • Cuticle Oil
  • Orangewood Stick (a soft wooden stick)
  • Nail Scissors
  • Hair Dryer
  • White Block Buffer
  • Base Coat Polish or Ridge Filler Polish
  • Color Polish
  • Nail Polish Solvent or Nail Polish Thinner
  • Top Coat or Sealant

Manicure Procedure using Tools
For ideal manicure you need following material: a big bowl full of soap-mixed lukewarm water; nail polish remover; nail filer; salt; cider vinegar; cuticle pusher; French chalk; nail buffer; hand cream; a separate bucket full of hot water (to drench your hands in vapor for softening them).

The process of manicuring should begin the following way:
First check if there is any infection to your nails. Then proceed to remove nail polish with glycerin based remover. Soak a cotton piece in the remover and clean the nail polish in one swipe. Ensure that your nail polish is fully removed. Now use a filer to file your nails to proper trim. Make the nails acquire an oval shape instead of the conical one. Remember to perform filing operations from middle to top. Now mix cyder vinegar in the warm water and soak your hands for about 5 to 10 minutes. While drying your nails with a dry towel, keep pressing the skin below your nails, and pressing cuticle surface with cuticle pusher. Now rub hand cream on your hands and steam the hands with water vapor. Now put a little of French chalk on every nail and buff it with nail buffer till your nails start glowing. In case the buffer is not available use soft cotton and a piece of velvet to shine your nails. The buffering process not only shines your nails but also makes them firm.

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