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Nail Dresser File 4"
Sally Item # SBS-368004
In Stock Online
Available In Sally Stores
- Unique abrasive surface files nails perfectly
- Eliminates harsh features of cross-cut steel nail files
- Will not rust
Diamon Deb Nail Dressers are used by professional manicurists for shaping nails and preventing splitting and peeling.
For best results, file in one direction only, from side to nail tip. Do not file down side of nail as it will weaken nail and make it more prone to tearing and breaking.
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Diamon Deb Nail Dresser File File is easy to sanitize and lasts forever. the 6 inch file is very good October 29, 2012
The only file I buy The diamond dust coating files nails perfectly. A light touch smooths rough edges; a firmer pressure shapes a nail quickly. The thickness (or actually, how thin the file is) allows you to quickly clean your nails without effort or pain. I have yet to find another nail file as thin as this. Every friend and relative who has received one as a gift has been won over, and want to know where to buy more! June 9, 2011
Simply the best This is the only nail file I'll use for shaping my natural nails. I carry the 4" in my purse, keep a spare in the car, at my nightstand....they're all over the place. The 6" length I keep with my nail supplies and in desks. They do not rust! I had these in Hawaii for 9 months and if it's going to rust, it'll happen just by virture of being in Hawaii due to the ocean air. They last for a VERY long time. We're talking 6 months to a year and that's if you only have one of these files to use for everything, everywhere. I know from experience when I first got started on these. The blue plastic case they come in are very handy to keep them from snagging on anything so you can store them pretty much anywhere. One of the best things about these files is they bend like the cardbord centered files. The effort and pressure you put into this file goes to your nails, not getting lost on bending the file itself. If you're doing some serious filing and the file gets 'full', just slap it on your jeans a few times and keep going. I like how these files are thin so I can get in those hard to reach places like on the sides of the nails where if you don't file it down, it'll turn into a nasty hangnail. A cardboard type of file is too thick to do a proper job on that. These work quick, too. Maybe it's because you're not wasting effort bending cardboard and your work goes to filing the nail or maybe it has a unique filing surface. Whatever the case, these files make short work of a great filing job. October 1, 2009
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