• Manicures & Pedicures : How to Use a Cuticle Nipper
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    Manicures & Pedicures : How to Use a Cuticle Nipper

    Have you ever wondered how you can control unruly cuticles? Hi, I’m Jackie O, beauty artist and today we will discover how to use a cuticle nipper to help our cuticles and our natural nail look. You first want to be able to identify and analyze the cuticle area to see if there is any loose skin around the cuticle. If there is, a cuticle nipper would be great for this. You want to basically, gently remove the cuticle area without cutting or nipping the skin. You don’t want to break the skin in any type of way because this can cause any type of infection. You want to only…

  • 네일케어잘하는법, 네일케어기초 | How to remove cuticle
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    네일케어잘하는법, 네일케어기초 | How to remove cuticle

    Hi guys, I’m Lena. Today I will tell you about how to cut cuticle. I’ll use both the 1$ Nail tools and the professional Nail tools! I bought pusher and nipper from 1$ shop. I am looking forward to do well with this 1$ tools. The 1$ shop pusher has a straight front and back. It’s a little bit different, but it’s usually a rounded front and a straight pusher. I will apply cuticle remover and push it. The pusher ends are very blunt and the pusher is not constant. But it’s straight, so I’m feeling good with side pushing. If you are doing self cut cuticle or you are…

  • DermTV – Should You Push Back Your Cuticles [DermTV.com Epi #277]
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    DermTV – Should You Push Back Your Cuticles [DermTV.com Epi #277]

    [music] Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz [pause] and welcome to DermTV. People wonder if they’re supposed to push back the skin of their cuticles. Not only are you not supposed to push it back, but you should never push it back because that’s a great way to cause an infection. Your cuticle is that tiny but very important thin strip of dead skin that connects the skin of the end of your finger to your nail and most people think it’s just a piece of dead skin, they don’t realize how important it is, so they try to remove it, by cutting it, by pushing it, sometimes even by biting…

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    Back to Basics: How to Prep a Nail like Kirsty

    Kirsty: Hi everybody, I’m Kirsty Meakin from Naio Nails. Today, I am going to do a prep video, and we are at NABTA, which is Nail And Beauty Training Academy, in Scotland. Yes, it is raining here as well. Enjoy. Right! I’m gonna show you how to prep a nail, first of all, yeah. This is how I prep a nail. Other people may do it different, you may do it different but I want you to learn how I do it because it works for me. Now, when you get somebody that’s got quite big cuticles, so they come down a little bit further. Like, my cuticles are always…

  • MANicure At Home – How To Take Care Of Your Nails, Hands & Cuticles Like A Well-Groomed Gentleman
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    MANicure At Home – How To Take Care Of Your Nails, Hands & Cuticles Like A Well-Groomed Gentleman

    Welcome back to the Gentleman’s Gazette. In today’s video, we discuss nails and men’s manicure so you look well-groomed wherever you go. When I say manicure, I don’t mean a girly manicure that takes one hour and has nail polish and all that stuff. I mean, a quick proper treatment of your nails that makes you look well-groomed and dapper so it fits the rest of your outfit. Sometimes, I come across tips for dates, and people say “oh, clip your nails” but actually that’s not quite enough. And if you want a really nice looking set of nails, it just takes a few more steps that are simple and…

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    네일케어 하는법 : (Eng Sub) How to Remove Cuticles

    Hello everyone, this is Lilys. Today, I have prepared a video of my nail care that many people requested. I took a new shoot to update the video I took two years ago. I hope this video will help you with your nail care. To do nail care, you basically need nipper and pusher. Be sure to disinfect the nipper and pusher before use for cleanliness. It would be nice to have a professional sterilizer used in a nail salon, if not, soak enough in this antiseptic ethanol for disinfection. Sanding after nail care can be a hangnail so I tend to sand it lightly with nail buffer before nail…

  • Walgreens | Managing Cancer Treatment Side Effects: Nails & Cuticles
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    Walgreens | Managing Cancer Treatment Side Effects: Nails & Cuticles

    >>SPEAKER 1: Cancer treatment can be especially hard on nails. So it’s important to use clean nail care tools and avoid sharing them with others. It may be best to avoid manicures and pedicures at salons due to the potential risk of infection while caring for your nails at home. You should try to push back cuticles rather than cutting or tearing them and try a balm or an oil to help your nails heal and reduce dryness. Some patients may experience discoloration or hyper pigmentation as a result of their cancer or their treatment. So consider using a moisturizing nail polish. Avoid removers that contain Acetone, Ethyl Acetate or…

  • Give Those Nails a Little TLC- DIY Cuticle Oil with Essential Oils
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    Give Those Nails a Little TLC- DIY Cuticle Oil with Essential Oils

    Any time the seasons change, it can be hard to keep your skin looking and feeling hydrated especially when you’re exposed to harsh elements like wind water and cold weather. When skin gets dry, hands are usually the first to take a hit. Cuticle oil is a quick and easy way to deeply moisturize the delicate skin around your nails daily. And it helps reduce the visible signs of skin aging and tightens the skin which in turn keeps hang-nails at bay. It also strengthens the nails themselves. Helping extend the life of your manicure. To make your own cuticle oil, wash out an empty glass essential oil bottle and…

  • Manicures & Pedicures : How to Use a Cuticle Pusher
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    Manicures & Pedicures : How to Use a Cuticle Pusher

    Have you ever discovered any type of curiosities about implements and tools that can be used in a manicure service? Hi, I’m Jackie O, beauty artist, and today we will be discussing how to use a cuticle pusher. There are two type of cuticle pushers that you can use, a metal or a wood. Cuticle pushers that are metal are good for thick, hard cuticles. A orange wood stick is good for soft cuticles. Either or will be good. In conjunction with your cuticle pushers, you also want to make sure that you’re using a cuticle softener and, or in conjunction with an oil. You want to take the cuticle…