As we all know, the higher the Grit number, the softer the file. Conversely, the lower the Grit number, the more abrasive the file. Do you know how to choose the grain of your nail file. In this article, the nail supply expert Maryton will give you answers.
Grit 80: Extra strong abrasion
Ideal for depositing the largest (or shortening) gel or resin. Never use on natural nails.
Grit 100: Strong abrasion
Ideal for applying gel or shaping resin. Never use on natural nails.
180 grit: Medium abrasion
Ideal for finishing the shaping and correcting the structure of your gel nails.
240 grit: Low abrasion
Ideal for preparing the nail plate.
320 grit: Very low abrasion
To roughen surfaces, soften the angles and edges of your diamond filing or erase the biggest scratches made during filing…
600 grit: Extra low abrasion
To gently roughen and remove the smallest imperfections.
Top Grain: Polishing
Alright! You already know how to choose the grain of your nail file. In addition, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure sets to care for nails.
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