Hardware manicure allows you to make your hands well-groomed, and nails-completely smooth. The kits used by the masters are absolutely safe, eliminating the risk of infection and harming the thin skin. This" collection " includes several types of cutters, each of which is used in individual cases and performs its role. They differ not only in the degree of abrasiveness, but also in the speed of rotation and diameter.
They are mainly used for cuticle removal, treatment of thin nails and sensitive skin. The treated surface is smoother than after working with other attachments. A small-diameter cutter will help with grinding the nail roller, and larger cutters remove calluses.
The degree of rigidity of the diamond nozzle is determined by the color marking and the number of side notches. Usually, the darker the color, the tougher the nozzle. Black – hard, blue-less hard, and so on in descending order.
These are more versatile cutters that are found in professionals and Amateurs. If the master is a beginner, ceramic nozzles will suit him best. They are less rigid, but no less versatile. They help in removing calluses, rough skin, grind off dense nails, and treat cuticles.
The graininess of the ceramic nozzle can be recognized by the color: it can be black, blue (pink) and white.
These nozzles are also called "sand caps". Include silicon and carbide. They are especially popular among those who are just beginning to learn the secrets of manicure. These nozzles are quite cheap in price and easy to use. However, if such cutters are used in salons, they are immediately disposed of after the first use.
The abrasiveness of combined cutters is measured in special units and selected according to the procedure.
The second name is hard-alloy. In the manufacture of such cutters, high-quality medical steel or hard alloys are used. Such nozzles are used for processing the cuticle, removing dead skin on the prin-elbow roller.
The cutter, which is made of an alloy of carbide and tungsten, is quite rare and is used only when processing artificial acrylic nails.
There are three types of metal nozzles: cross-shaped, oblique, straight. The straight line is considered the toughest, and the cross – shaped one is considered the slowest.
Diamond and metal cutters are considered universal. They can do a lot in manicure, but not all. The quality of the work performed depends largely on the combination of different types of cutters.
Cutter for manicure
Hardware manicure is a modern and popular way of caring for nails. With this method of courtship, special devices with removable attachments (a manicure cutter) are used. This innovative method of polishing nails and skin around allows you to perform procedures without steaming and moisturizing the skin. But to achieve good results and put your nails in order without the use of highly specialized cutters is simply impossible. At the same time, it is very important to use only high-quality nozzles, each of which has its own purpose. Ceramic nail cutters are used both in beauty salons and at home. They are great for working with hard cuticles and nails, as well as removing calluses and rough skin.
Diamond cutters for manicure are well suited for working with thin and brittle nails. These tips are also suitable when you need to clean a thin layer of cuticle. Hard-alloy manicure cutters are used to work with artificial nails. Thanks to the large selection of attachments, you can easily find the right ones. But you need to understand that each cutter has its own specific purpose, so it is very important to use them correctly.
Our product range includes different types of cutters for hardware manicure, ceramic, carbide, diamond and sets of cutters. You can choose any grain and shape for removing gel Polish, as well as for shaping nails.
Now hardware manicure is becoming more popular, because it takes less time for both the master and the client.
You can buy manicure cutters in our online store.
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