Pushing back the fingernail cuticles is a crucial step in any manicure. Not only does pushing back the cuticles make the nails look better groomed, but it can also make the nails themselves appear longer. Follow these steps to use a fingernail cuticle pusher during a manicure.
Regular pedicure: A simple treatment that includes foot soaking, foot scrubbing with a pumice stone or foot file, nail clipping, nail shaping, foot and calf massage, moisturizer and nail polishing. Spa pedicure: Includes the regular pedicure and generally adds one of the following- Paraffin dip, masks, mud or seaweed treatment.
This is the ultimate nail tool – made for just about any purpose. Use the angled side as a cuticle pusher. Make 3-D nail art easier by dipping the pointed tip of the stick in top coat and then using it to pick up rhinestone or stud. Or use either end to touch up lines gone awry or to pull polish off sidewalls (the skin on either side of your nail).