An attractive manicure and pedicure can put the finishing touches on your look. But if you’re tired of heading to the salon and plunking down big bucks every time your nails need a touchup, there’s no reason you can’t take care of them yourself. Successful at-home mani and Pedi require the right tools, though, and a high-quality electric nail drill is key if you want salon-quality results.
This electric nail drill is used to file and shape natural and acrylic nails. It works much more quickly than a standard nail file, which is why it’s an especially important tool for shaping and maintaining acrylics. It also works well for fixing cracks in acrylics, removing lifted acrylics, filing nails before applying gel or acrylic nails, buffing natural nails, fixing cuticles, and smoothing calluses or hardened skin on your hands and feet.
5 interchangeable heads allow you to effortlessly file, buff, shine, and shape your nails just like at the salon
Cordless design with easy operation for in-home and professional use on both natural and acrylic nails
Battery operated with 2 AAA batteries (not included). The new and improved motor is quiet but powerful
Ergonomic design ensures comfort, for use on both fingernails and toenails
Built-in UV dryer accelerates nail polish drying time. No more waving your hands around in the air!
Before using an electric nail drill, carefully push back any cuticles so the nail surface is fully exposed.
For natural nails, it’s best to keep a nail drill at a speed of approximately 2,500 to 6,000 RPM. Using a faster speed may damage the nails.
To repair a crack in acrylic nails, use a speed of approximately 3,500 to 6,000 RPM and hold the nail drill parallel to the nail.
Don’t use cuticle oil when preparing the nails for an electric nail drill. The oil can clog the drill, causing it to break down more quickly.
Be sure to clean your electric nail drill regularly. Dirt and debris can accumulate in the drill’s crevices, which can impact its performance.
A. Even if you’re not a professional, you can usually safely operate an electric nail drill at home. Be sure to read all the safety instructions that are included, though, and take any necessary precautions. When you’re just learning to use the drill, start with slower speeds until you get the hang of controlling the tool. Go especially slow if you’re using the drill to file natural nails, which are more delicate than acrylic or gel nails.
Q. Do this electric nail drills include a warranty?
A. we believe in our products. That’s why we back them all with an 18-month warranty and provide friendly, easy-to-reach support.