Essential tools for repairing dead skin, basic steps for repairing dead skin. What are the details about the posture and movements of shaving skin and holding tools? How to repair dead skin safely and cleanly? Whether nail art is good or not is not only affected by the monochrome technology of the manicurist, but also closely related to the pre-treatment of nail art. In order to ensure the final effect of the nail, we cannot ignore any links such as nail art and dead skin repair. The editor of Nanchong Nail and Eyelash Training will share with you the following tips:
What are the tools for repairing dead skin?
These five things, dead skin scissors, shovel, non-woven fabric, dead skin softener and water dish (the dead skin softener used this time do not need to soak hands, so there is no preparation for soaking hands and bowls), are used Skin repair. When the tools are ready, we can start working.
Apply dead skin softener to the edges of your fingers and wait two or three minutes for the dead skin to soften completely. The softened dead skin is very effortless to push and cut, and will not make customers feel sad.
Tip 1: Keep your forefinger away
Just now, the dead skin has softened. Be sure to maintain the correct posture before pushing. Wait. How about the push posture? Don't doubt you are wrong. The technology of steel push is superb: the index finger cannot be placed on the steel push! why?
Dead skin itself is very thin, and it is closely connected to the skin around the fingers, so when pushing dead skin, you must be careful and grasp the pushing force.
Usually, the strength of our hands is not small, and the steel push on the front end is very sharp. If we hold the steel push in the same position as the pen, the thumb, index finger and middle finger hold the steel push tightly, it is easy to use too much force, causing pain and even bleeding to the customer.
After removing the index finger from the steel push, you will find that holding the thumb and middle finger of the steel push is not good at generating force. At this time, you can push the dead skin again, which is very suitable for exerting force and will not cause pain to the guests.
Tip 2: Grasp the angle of pushing the steel
Learn how to hold the steel push and then grasp the angle of the steel push. If the angle between the steel push and the nail surface is too small, the sharp blade of the steel push may hurt the finger skin during the push; if the angle is too large and there is no force, it will have no effect.
What is a right angle? The answer is 45 degrees. This is indeed a commonly used number. You will remember that looking up at the sky at 45 degrees is a common pose in artistic photos, and 45-degree side faces are also three-dimensional shooting angles.
Keep the angle between the steel push and the nail surface at about 45 degrees. This will not only have a good cleaning effect to promote dead skin, but also be relatively safe. Even if it is used slightly, it will not hurt the skin.
Tip 3: Hold dead skin scissors backhand
When dead skin is pushed up, they must be separated from the edge of the finger with dead skin scissors. You must have guessed that you are clever. We are also exquisite in repairing dead skin. The backhand is good!
Try holding dead skin scissors with your back hand. Feeling awkward? My wrist is broken, I'm too tired! Why do we hold the dead skin scissors in such a twisted and uncomfortable posture?
First, when holding the dead skin scissors with your backhand, the field of vision will be wider, and the area where the blade is cut will not be covered by your fingers. Second, hold the dead skin scissors with your backhand so that the entire scissors is held by your hand. The range of action of the customer is large, and you can also control the dead skin scissors in time without harming the customer.
Tip three or four: Hold your left finger against the head of the scissors
When the right hand is awkward and painful to operate the dead skin scissors, the left hand cannot be idled.
Fix the fingers of the occupant with the thumb and index finger of the manicurist's left hand to prevent the guests from moving in a large area; use the middle finger to support the knife head so that the dead skin scissors have a fulcrum during the operation. If there is an emergency, the manicurist can also stop the hand movements to avoid cutting the guest.