Nail clippers: types and applications
The range of manicure tools that are used at home and in salons, for today is simply huge. Nail clippers are no exception.Manufacturers offer a very wide choice. Naturally, the most important thing in such an instrument is how well the blades are sharpened. Check it is easy - sharp nail clippers can easily and effortlessly cut a plastic bag.
In addition, all the manicure tools on the market are different from each other. Most of them are made with different types of hands. So, for example, there are manicure nippers with a wide and narrow cutting blade. If the nail is narrow and the cuticle small, then there is nothing to do with wide blades, you can only injure the nail, not getting the desired result. If the nail plate is wide, but the tool under it is chosen narrow, then it will not be possible to bite off the nail. If you select a nail clipper for yourself, then you need to navigate naturally to your type of nails. In addition, there is another important criterion: the size of the instrument handle. So, for the owner of a broad palm, it will be more convenient to work with a tool whose arms are wide and long. Nippers are more comfortable in the hand, do not slip, do not require special effort when pressed. The owner of a small hand will easily use the instrument with small and short handles.
When a professional master selects his instrument, then in his arsenal should be a variety of models. So, it can be three types of wire cutters: with a wide blade, with a narrow blade, nippers for artificial nails (boat). The latter differ from their counterparts in that they are intended exclusively for artificial material (plastic, gel, acrylic, biogel). To bite off a natural nail such cutters is categorically contraindicated.
Nail clippers should strictly correspond to the type of nail, the width of the palm of the master, its purpose. Only this way you can avoid injuries, do manicures with pleasure, without experiencing any discomfort and discomfort. The shape of the blade also matters. So, for a simple pruning of nails can come cutters with a straight blade. It is convenient for both manicure and pedicure. The blade in the form of a sail allowstrim nails without leaving sharp corners on the sides. After processing with such a tool, nails can not be sawed.
Moreover, there are clippers with a lock, which do not allow a strong depression. This applies more to the cuticle for the cuticle. The skin here is too tender, and excessive force when removing the cuticle can cause a cut.
There are also universal nail clippers. This is the very tool that you can use to trim nails (both on your hands and feet) and remove the cuticle. Usually the blades of such a tool are not too wide (15-17 mm), have the shape of a sail (crescent). Such a universal device can safely perform manicure and pedicure work.
Nippers of any type must be made exclusively of stainless steel, because exactly it withstands any thermal effect, is not susceptible to corrosion and is the most hygienic material.