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In this video, I will give you an overview of the most popular Nail drill bits for beginners and professionals. I will explain what is the difference between diamond and carbide drill bits, why size and speed matters and which nail bits should be used for hard products only.
Besides manufacturers we need to understand the material nail drill bits are made off.
There are Carbide, Diamond, Sand bits with mandrill, ceramic, buffing bits, silicone bits, brush bits, chamois nail bits and more.
Also nail drill bits have different abrasive marks – from white to black.
There are also different sizes and shapes of the nail drill bits.
Watch this video until the end to find out.

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25 replies
  1. Soph
    Soph says:

    What is the best nail drill? Thanks for listing your products on amazon. I just find it super hard researching about nail drills so I’d love to have a professional opinion!

  2. Barbara Wesolowska
    Barbara Wesolowska says:

    Hi there 😊 I'm looking for an advice. I have a client who has very hard cuticles.. It's even difficult to push it back! She doesn't allow me to cut it off so I can only use an e-file. Can you please recommend some good bits which will easily remove such a hard cuticles without hassle 😢? Xx

  3. Pretty Noona
    Pretty Noona says:

    Thank you for this video, because like you mention on the video there are so many nail drill bits out there that it's impossible to know them all… even if you are not a beginner!! This video should be watched by anyone who is learning about nail care or needs a refresh course on nail drill bits. =)

  4. cadiacaine
    cadiacaine says:

    I just ordered a carbide flame bit in coarse for product removal mainly encapsulated glitter as I've found my carbide cone in medium to actually work way better than the ceramic flame in coarse that I bought special just for this type of product removal. I'm not sure why but the metal seems to work way better than ceramic yet I thought it would be the other way around. The ceramic it seems is just like u said, softer, yet it doesn't heat up as much just like u said even the coarse is softer than a medium carbide. Thanks Anastasia for this video☺

  5. Gabija
    Gabija says:

    Very informative video. I really liked it. Since I didn't quite understand, I would like to ask what name of the bit for very sensitive skin?

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