For the average nail technician, necessary supplies include files, cuticle nippers, buffers, cutters, brushes, cuticle pushers and sanitizing solution. A specialty nail technician needs all these basic tools, plus manicu... More »

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Nail supplies range from basic nail files to nail polish to gel or acrylic nail supplies. A standard manicure kit includes emery boards, a nail buffer, a cuticle pusher, cuticle nippers and nail polishes. Nail polish rem... More »

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Most nail technician programs cannot be completed entirely online because hands-on work to demonstrate skills is an important part of the program, notes Study.com. One online program is through the Academy of Nail Design... More »

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Nail supplies range from basic nail files to nail polish to gel or acrylic nail supplies. A standard manicure kit includes emery boards, a nail buffer, a cuticle pusher, cuticle nippers and nail polishes. Nail polish rem... More »

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There are several ways to remove nail polish stains from fingernails and these methods involves the use of unconventional nail cleaning agents such as lemon juice, cuticle remover, hydrogen peroxide, toothpaste and bakin... More »

Remove irritating hangnails by using a clean pair of cuticle scissors or nail clippers to gently cut away the broken skin. Afterwards, the nail bed and surrounding skin should be moisturized with hand lotion throughout t... More »

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Pre-soften overgrown cuticle skin to loosen it from the nail plate, and push it back gently. Never cut off excess cuticle skin, as it could expose the underlying nail matrix to germs and infection, advises WebMD. More »

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