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3-in-1 Cuticle Tool

3-in-1 Cuticle Tool

What it is:An innovative three-piece tool to keep your nails healthy and clean. What it does:This multitasking tool contains a trio of nail-perfecting essentials: a cuticle trimmer, cleaner, and pusher. The portable design easily fits in your purse, so you can keep your tips looking their best at all times. The pretty pink finish is soft to the touch and provides a nice pop in your makeup bag.
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I am still not sure how to use this? Which one is the trimming part?
asked 2 years, 7 months ago
on 3-in-1 Cuticle Tool
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answer 1
The two-pronged tool is the cutting one (the other one is kind of useless) and it works well: place it on the cuticle with the 2 prongs facing up and cut with the part between the 2 prongs (kind of push it gently).
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
(san diego)
How do you use it?
I bought this because my cuticles are in terrible shape...but I can't figure out how to use it.
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
on 3-in-1 Cuticle Tool
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answer 1
Best to do this after shower/bath so the cuticles are soft. Gently push your cuticles back with the round end, then slowly and gently slide the v-shaped blade around your cuticles. Do not push hard because you may take too much and cut yourself.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
(New York)
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