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Carbide cutters are a single piece of metal (usually based on high-quality alloys), which is notched. They allow you to remove old skin scales, dead cells, and Polish the skin.Notches are straight, oblique and cruciform. The straight form is considered the toughest, and the cross-shaped form is considered the most durable, since it is scored more slowly than others. The quality of the procedure depends on the number of incisions: the more, the better. Due to the fact that such cutters are traumatic, they are often used for artificial coating in manicure. Pay attention to the number of revolutions of the nozzle, especially if it is rigid. This will avoid possible injuries.
Carbide cutters do a great job with nail extensions, design and correction. They are used, including for deepening under rhinestones and piercing. When working with natural nails, it can be used to remove corns and ingrown nails.
Advantages of carbide nozzles
The main advantage over other cutters is the convenience of working with hardened skin and durable materials, such as gel, gel Polish. They are convenient to remove keratinized areas, process long acrylic nails. The carbide nozzle does not form dust during operation, but leaves "chips": the notches work like a knife, cutting, not cutting down the old layer. The advantage is that such cutters are profitable to use. As a rule, one is enough for several months, and they are inexpensive.
In terms of functionality, carbide cutters have a number of limitations. When working with sensitive skin or cuticles, the client may experience a feeling of discomfort and even pain. Polishing natural nails is also not recommended. In addition, during long-term operation, the carbide nozzles heat up quickly, so you often have to stop the process and let them cool down.