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Expert Nail Buffer


Expert Nail Buffer

What it is:A double-sided nail buffer.What it does:This dual-function nail-perfecting essential offers an abrasive side to eliminate imperfections and a soft side to impart a smooth, pleasing finish.
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Questions & Answers for SEPHORA COLLECTION Expert Nail Buffer

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How to use it?
What is the most effective motion to use when buffing the nails?
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
Anonymous
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answer 1
I use it side to side. This is designed to remove 'ridges' which generally run the length of your nails. I go back and forth side to side and move up to the tip in the same motion. hope that helps.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
lizykat
(portland, or)
answer 2
I use to ridge removing side in short "bouncing" strokes. For the buffing side, I start with similar strokes, then finish with quick back and forth movement.
answered 3 years ago
trinag
(Shawnee, OK)
answer 3
from side to side on the nail or it will catch on the top edge of your nail.
answered 3 years ago
julieannku
(Ann Arbor, MI)
answer 4
Use a buffer without the super grainy stuff like a regular harsh emery board. This one is the best yet, it gets the snags with one side and the other is the perfect texture to file but not damage. Work from the outside corners in, not seesae. Then meet in the middle. On top of the nail, work from top to bottom.
I got this tip from my nail pro and my nails are growing out strong and healthy for ONCE! yeah!
The Sephora 4 way cube files are great as well, just use #1 for rips only and then start with step 2, skip side 1, too grainy.
answered 3 years ago
supercat
(Pacific Northwest high in the mountain's)
answer 5
i buffed back and forth and it worked well....if you go too fast your nail gets hot, but just try it....it worked great
answered 3 years ago
coloradomd
(Winter Park, Colorado)
answer 6
I go side to side across the nail in a rounded motion, angling in with the smaller ends of the buffer near the skin.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
melissarx
(NC mountains)
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