I've got a new-to-me tool to share. I recently had the opportunity to try the InnoLife Nail Art Drill Treatments Kit.
The kit comes with a drill, 5 diamond bits and an emery rod with 6 sanding bands. I don't know if you've ever used a drill, but I hadn't, and was a little disturbed because it didn't come with instructions. I figured things out, though, by playing around with it.
You may have noticed I've been proudly rocking my nubs lately, but I've had parties and and events to attend (congrats to my little on graduating!), so I've been experimenting with falsies. I'll tell you all about them in an upcoming post. I wore these stiletto tips for several days, and decided to use this drill to make them a little more manageable after jabbing myself and all my family members, as well as my favorite clerk at Walgreens (sorry, Candace!).
Despite the lack of instructions, I think I did okay with the drill. I'll be perfecting my technique before using it on my natural nails, but it worked well and it worked quickly. Yes!
In short, this drill is described as being good for the beginner or professional, but with no directions, I have my own opinion about that. I'd say either 1) it's best used by those with experience, or 2) get yourself some false nails to practice on.
If you'd like to know more about this drill kit, you can find it here.
Do you ever use a drill? How do you know which bit to use?
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