Sally Hansen Everyday Strength Emery Board Medium (12-Pack) - on Amazon.com
Details about Sally Hansen Everyday Strength Emery Board Medium (12-Pack)
ASIN number: B004XMT8UO
Brand: Sally Hansen
SHAPE Start with the blue side (medium grit) to adjust length and shape. Hold board at a slight angle to nail and file in one direction to help prevent nails from splitting and peeling. Work from the sides of each nail to its center. Careful! Don't file too deeply into nail sides or they may weaken. SMOOTH: Use the other side (fine grit) for a perfectly smooth finish.
Specification of this Sally Hansen Everyday Strength Emery Board Medium (12-Pack)
This product has many best features that make it great for you:
- The ideal filing surface - for nails that are not too hard, not too soft.
- Designed specifically for medium and normal strength nails.
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Read the Customer Reviews about Sally Hansen Everyday Strength Emery Board Medium (12-Pack)
The perfect emery board for soft natural nails
I have always had trouble finding emery boards that are soft enough to not shred my nails but strong enough to actually shape and file them. I often just go to the store and buy "one of each" to try to find one that will work. When I discovered these emery boards, I found exactly the right thing for me and rushed to buy a bunch of them on Amazon. They are probably not a good product for someone with artificial nails but natural nails that tend to break and layer off will find exactly what they need in this product.
Beware; it cuts into surrounding skin
I never considered leaving a bad review for a product before, but here I feel responsible to do so. I bought the item as I was a big fan of Sally Hansen's products, especially her nail line. I used two different course on a single file before. That worked nice, so I decided to try the new product- medium light blue filer. I have nothing against the grainage and quality of that, because those are imeccable, however, i cut my skin when I began filing my nails. In fact it cut in too deep from a very easy stroke across the nail. I never thought I would be a whoos, but I swear I did it again to see if I can pull the skin around the fingernail and it still cut in. Now I have two significantly deep slashed around the finger nail. Ouch! Anyway, maybe others will not have the same experience, but consider being warned. Cheers!