Buffs - nail files are the same, only with highthe degree of abrasive grit. They make the surface of the nail plate is flat and smooth, and nails give luster. Buffs can be used at home, but in order not to damage the natural nails, it is better to consult a specialist - manicure. Tool selection is not related to the type of leather, most likely the main indicator is the type of nails.
Are there any side effects from buffs?
The final stage of a manicure - it's polishingnails. With it you can make nails more smooth, strong, shiny, prevent delamination and the likelihood of getting an infection. Buff polishing can be carried out on artificial nails as well as on the natural. Remember one important rule - buff polishing nails should be no more than once a month. Otherwise istonchatsya nails, which can lead to breakage and delamination. If you can not find the right buff correctly, contact your webmaster. He will choose the buff exactly for your type of nails and will use it each procedure.
If the salon uses a buff for many people, whether it is possible to catch something?
Good Manicurist ever afterthe procedure disinfects instruments. With regular and proper disinfection of infection will not occur, even if the buff is used by several people. An alternative would be an individual file for the individual customer in the salon, is stored in a paper bag. Paper bags do not allow to breed germs and bacteria.
How to disinfect the buff?
Professional manicurist soaked buffsafter use in a special solution to disinfect na 20 minutes. Also nail files disinfected in the liquid, thermal and ultraviolet sterilizers. There was widespread ultraviolet germicidal lamp. At home, disinfect buff will not work.
What material is better to buff? What more durable?
Most often used for the manufacture of buffsfabric (cotton), plastic and plastic materials. Fabric nailfiles most flexible. Nail file made of plastic easier to use and less vibrate in the hands of a master.