ORIGINAL RUSSIAN DRILL BITS FOR AUTHENTIC RUSSIAN MANICURE.
The KMIZ company is the most authoritative and popular among Russian-speaking manicure masters, who appreciate the range and quality of the these drill bits for manicure, pedicure and nail extension.
These cutters are made with the same corrosion-resistant material as dental bits and their abrasive is much softer than any other bits, because other bits are made with industrial materials that makes drill bits harder.
So, KMIZ bits are very delicate to work with. Using proper work techniques for manicure you will notice that they do not tear, scratch or damage the skin and nails.
The manufacturer’s assortment includes 2 types of drill bits: diamond and carbide bits as well as many types of abrasives:
DIAMOND BITS FOR MANICURE
The most popular diamond cutters used for machining
• Cuticles and nail sidewalls
• Removing died skin
• Polishing the skin of the fingers
The most commonly used drill bits are red and blue. For very gentle skin highly recommended yellow or safety bits.
If you are just getting started and are afraid of hurting your clients – try this safe nail bit that does not have sharp edges, but at the same time it lifts and cleans the cuticle perfectly! Thousands of nail artists around the world start their nail career with this one!
CARBIDE NAIL BITS
Parabola, bullet, tree or needle – you choose! Everyone has their own favorites, and here we just showed you the assortment so that you can try and find your own!
• For correction and removal of artificial material
• Remove length
• Cut out the inside of the plastic step.
Cutters with different cuts are used to work with different materials and thicknesses:
• Red and blue – soft gel remover
• Blue, green or purple – for working with hard gel, dip, acrylic.
DIAMOND AND CARBIDE BITS FOR PEDICURE WORKS
We use diamond cutters in pedicure for processing cuticles and side walls, callus on fingers and working with cracks. Carbide milling bits are used for processing callus, core calluses and cracks.
THE MOST IMPORTANT TIPS FOR WORKING WITH BITS:
🟢 Do not work on the nail! – even when we treat the lateral sidewalls and eponychia, we always work with an emphasis on the skin and very gentle movements, as if we were pet a small puppy.
🟢 Always match the abrasive to the skin! We know well that the client’s skin has a different condition, softness, elasticity, dryness or moisture, and we select different techniques and different abrasives for each skin. Do not work on delicate and damp cuticles with a blue cutter. Leave it for tough, overgrown cuticles that need deeper treatment.
🟢 Do not try to show the client your skill at the first appointment! When working with a client for the first time, first “get to know” their skin. Otherwise, you can easily saw through him, which is unlikely to induce him to return to your salon.
🟢 Do not forget that even if your instrument is sterile, the world around is full of bacteria. Work very carefully, know how to stop in time, because if your manicure is “on the edge”, inadvertently touches and damages the thinned eponychium, this will lead to infection and inflammation.
🔴 EVEN A BEGINNER WILL BE ABLE TO WORK WITH NAIL BITS, BUT WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND TO UNDERGO PROFESSIONAL TRAINING.