Try With These Products:
- For all nail types, natural and acrylic
- Smooth filing action
- Longer lasting than emery boards
- Washable & sterilizable
- Rigid design for better control
- Glass is an ecological natural material
Swissco Emery Glass Nail Files shape and file your nails. Features a rigid design for better control. Glass is not only an ecological natural material but is also washabel and sterlizable. Provides a smooth filing action.
Rounded and polished edges, no abrasive contact with skin around nails.
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Glass nail files I am VERY disappointed. These files have only one side that can be used to file nails. The other side is totally smooth. I ordered 7 of them and so now feel I only have 3 1/2. Other glass files I have bought elsewhere, in various places, have both sides to use to file nails. I would NEVER order these again. December 17, 2014
It's a Good Thing! I bought this file a few days ago and I have noticed a pretty big change in my nail tips. They are smoother and don't get caught in my sweater or my hair anymore. I have only had it a short time, but I hope that my nails will stop peeling with continued use. If anyone has any other solutions for peeling nails, I would love the advice. December 3, 2011
Nice surprise! I was home sick so I had my son pick up my items, Over the phone I told the sales lady to pick out a nail file for me. I am so happy that she selected this one. I have very weak nails and this file does an excellent job filing them. I am purchasing two more, one for my purse and another just in case I lose one. I have used this file for over a year and it still works perfectly. Does anyone have tips about weak nails? I love Sally's products!!! August 3, 2011
Very Pretty, but performs poorly I was attracted to this item because I thought it would be great to keep in my purse. After purchasing it and trying it out on my natural nails I was very disappointed. The grit on the file works well at first, but wears out surprisingly fast. even when new it hardly makes a difference when filing a broken nail. I also found that the file was extremely thick and difficult to use when trying to file the lower edge of the nail. Finally, after very little success using the file, it meat a shattering end one day when it fell out of my purse and broke into three pieces. In conclusion, I would buy a different file, and stick it in a plastic baggie if planning on keeping one in your purse. May 28, 2011