E-file drill bits for manicure, their types and purpose

There are a huge number of E-file drill bits of different hardness, from different materials and for different purposes. Our review will help you understand and choose the right types of E-file drill bits for a manicure. First, let’s figure out the hardness of the cutters. Like nail files, E-file drill bits are abrasive. To determine if the tip is soft or hard, look at the notch. The softest ones have a yellow notch, the soft ones – red, the middle ones – blue, the coarse ones – green and black.

Flame E File Nail Drill Bit

It will help you when working with the skin: when processing side ridges, removing cracks and calluses.


Ball E File Nail Drill Bit

Ball E File Nail Drill Bit

It is used for opening the side ridges and for treating the cuticle. It is also used in pedicure to remove corns.

Cylinder E File Nail Drill Bit

Cylinder E File Nail Drill Bit

Serves for processing the nail plate, polishing and smoothing the surface of the nail.


Carbide E File Nail Drill Bits

Carbide E File Nail Drill Bits are essential for removing gel polish and all types of artificial material (gel, acrylic, acrigel) from nails. Pictured are of what are known as “corn,” a coarse and medium abrasive. Such nozzles can remove the most durable material, clean the nail plate well, and fuel the nail to the shape you need.

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