I totally ditto Oski.oski79 wrote:Most people I know, myself included, just use a plain old Revlon metal file, like you can get in any pharmacy. The file is for shaping--what's more important is the polishing. I know there are metal polishers available, but for me 500 grit sandpaper does just fine.
Agreed. My nails were always in poor condition until I started to use a diamond dust fileDenian Arcoleo wrote:I've always used a diamond nail file because I was told (long time ago by my teacher) that any other kind of file, especially the plain metal ones, will cause tiny tears in the nail surface and result in poor tone. I believe he was correct.
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