What to look for when choosing an E-File and the Bits to go with it
The difference between common bit materials, shapes and grits
How to address concerns about E-File safety
Using an E-File to remove Gel Polish from both enhancements and the natural nail
Using an E-File to remove enhancement lifting and prepare for backfills
Using an E-File to prepare the cuticle area for application
Using an E-File to reduce the length of an enhancement
Using an E-File to contour/surface file a new enhancement
Using an E-File to clean natural nail from under an enhancement
Using an E-File to rebalance a French enhancement
Using an E-File during an Acrylic Removal service
The pros and cons of using an E-File over a manual hand file for each of the techniques we teach you
How to clean, disinfect and maintain your machine and bits
What should I bring?
At least one acrylic nail on yourself. It should be long enough that the length can be reduced with an E-File without causing any issue and have Gel Polish over it. If it is due for a backfill, that's even better!
At least 1 tip that you have already applied an Acrylic Overlay to. As in, a tip straight from the box, that you've put Acrylic on - not a tip attached to you.
Your own E-File. Kupa, Young Nails and Max Estrada manufacture great E-Files but these cost between $400-1200. As long as an E-File is 30,000 rpm, light weight, vibration free and doesn't have a bulky hand piece you will be in safe hands. The 220V version (for New Zealand powder supplies) of this E-File meets all requirements without breaking the bank and is a suitable E-File to learn with or until you decide whether using an E-File is right for you.
We will be teaching with the E-File Bits listed below, and you will need to bring your own. We've linked to recommended brands in case your E-File doesn't come with these specific bits -
Safety Bit - This is MOST important and the Young Nails bit is awesome
Carbide Bit - - this is only really used for French so don't invest in a good one unless you plan on doing French work. Everything else that you would use a Carbide Bit for, you can use a Safety Bit for until you decide if you want a nice Carbide Bit.
If you consider yourself advanced and you are doing an Atwood order you may also want to get a Mini Sciver - we won't teach this as an official part of the class but if you bring one of these we can teach you how to do your cuticle prep with it.
We will supply all other product as well as tea and coffee throughout the day.
There will be an hour for lunch around 12.30pm. There is a cafe within walking distance or many food options a short drive away on Lunn Ave. There is also a fridge on site if you bring your own lunch.
Do I get a certificate?
You will do, yes! A certificate will be given to you on the day,
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