6 ESSENTIALS YOU SHOULD HAVE FOR A DIY MANI-PEDI KIT! GIRL!!! by ᑕᗩTℍУ M - Musely
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6 ESSENTIALS YOU SHOULD HAVE FOR A DIY MANI-PEDI KIT! GIRL!!!

posted in Beauty > Nails
01/25/2014
  • A pair of Clippers
traditional nail clippers is an essential part of any mani or pedi. Trim in smaller bits, working sideways across the width of each nail. If you’re trying to maintain a certain length on your nails, go straight to the file, which should suffice for cleaning up edges.
    A pair of Clippers
    traditional nail clippers is an essential part of any mani or pedi. Trim in smaller bits, working sideways across the width of each nail. If you’re trying to maintain a certain length on your nails, go straight to the file, which should suffice for cleaning up edges.
  • 2: File
Ditch that metal nail file! Metal can be too coarse for natural nails. Look for an emery board of at least 180 grit—a measurement that refers to the coarseness of the tool (the lower the grit, the coarser and more abrasive it is).
    2: File
    Ditch that metal nail file! Metal can be too coarse for natural nails. Look for an emery board of at least 180 grit—a measurement that refers to the coarseness of the tool (the lower the grit, the coarser and more abrasive it is).
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3: Buffer
Another thing you’ll want in your kit is a buffing block with multiple grits; usually each surface of the block will have one or more grit levels. When you buff, start with the lowest grit (most abrasive) and work your way to the highest (least abrasive) to polish each nail to a shine.

    3: Buffer
    Another thing you’ll want in your kit is a buffing block with multiple grits; usually each surface of the block will have one or more grit levels. When you buff, start with the lowest grit (most abrasive) and work your way to the highest (least abrasive) to polish each nail to a shine.
  • 4/5: Cuticle Remover and Pusher
use a liquid cuticle remover. Apply a drop of the solution to each nail bed and let it soak in for about a minute. Next, use your handy-dandy cuticle pusher or orangewood stick to remove the dead skin from the surface of the nail.
    4/5: Cuticle Remover and Pusher
    use a liquid cuticle remover. Apply a drop of the solution to each nail bed and let it soak in for about a minute. Next, use your handy-dandy cuticle pusher or orangewood stick to remove the dead skin from the surface of the nail.
  • And finally don't forget lady's your favorite nail polish or design you want!! <3 Hope this helps! Please like!
    And finally don't forget lady's your favorite nail polish or design you want!! <3 Hope this helps! Please like!

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