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Published by admin May 07,2019

Manicure set    accessories you need to know firstly!

There are several essential grooming tools you must have in your cabinet.Nail file,cuticle nipper,tweezer,beauty scissors,pusher,earpick,trimming knife,dead skin fork,nail clippers!

how to use these manicure tools?

1.nail clippers

Good clippers need to be strong, hard and sharp because the sharpened edges compress against each other.

2.nail scissors

Scissors provide a smooth shearing cut with very little risk of damage to the nail.

In a shearing cut, the sharpened edges never touch each other, only the flat of the blade ever touches the opposite side; the sharpened edge only touches the nail.


Tweezers are small tools used for picking up objects too small to be easily handled with the human fingers.Tweezers make use of two third-class levers connected at one fixed end (the fulcrum point of each lever), with the pincers at the others.

4.cuticle nipper

Cuticle nippers are popular pedicure and manicure tools used to remove the dirt around the cuticles. They are popularly used for general nail care either to remove the fingernails or toenails or for trimming the skin around the nails. Although they come in different types and sizes they have the same usage function. But how do you use a cuticle nipper for your general nail treatment? This article is written to provide some tips on how to use your cuticle nipper.

5.nail file

A nail file is a tool used to gently grind down and shape the edges of nails. They are often used in manicures and pedicures after the nail has been trimmed using appropriate nail clippers. Nail files may either be emery boards, ceramic, glass, crystal, plain metal files or metal files coated with corundum.


Ear picks, also called ear scoops, or ear spoons, or earpicks, are a type of curette used to clean the ear canal of earwax (cerumen). They are preferred and are commonly used in Asia because Asians tend to develop dry ear wax.

Clean the outside of your ear with a damp cloth. If you choose to use cotton swabs, don't insert them into the ear canal. You can use earwax softener to soften earwax for easier removal. 






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