Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Featured Product of the Week - Contour Nail File by ASK Cosmetics Inc.

As most of you know - Not all nail files are created equal.  The world of nail files has evolved from the "sand-papery" emery boards all the way to glass files.  But have you ever seen or used a stainless steel file with not one, but three ultra-fine filing surfaces that is designed to "sit" on your index finger for a more ergonomic, easy use in both hands?

Well, let me introduce you to the Contour Nail File by ASK Cosmetics Inc. ........

This photo shows the long sides that are designed in such a way to SEAL the ends of your nails, not to diminish them.  It is so important to have smooth edges so you can prevent your nails from catching or snagging on clothing or other things during your day.  Your nails will feel as smooth as glass after gently filing them.

Just like hair needs to be trimmed regularly to maintain healthy tresses, your nails require daily filing to promote stronger, healthier growth as well.  We recommend clipping or cutting your nails if you want to shorten the length.  Please remember to begin clipping on the outer edges working your way to the middle.  If you try to clip off too much nail at once, this will compromise and weaken the nail structure.  Try to clip in three small steps (both outside edges and then the middle) finishing off by filing to SEAL the ends of your nail.
The tip of the Contour Nail File is for filing away any burrs that may occur while clipping.  Gently file the underside of your nail to smooth it out with the somewhat "pointy" end of this file.

 The third super-fine filing surface can be found on the bottom of the Contour Nail File.  If you find any rough bits on the top-side of your nails while clipping, simply place this file on your nail and gently smooth away any such edges.

This file is state-of-the-art in many ways, but most importantly it does not grab, rip or tear the ends of your nails, which weakens them.  You can also file in both directions when using this file.

Here are some customer comments left on the ASK Cosmetics' Facebook page, QVC  and TSC pages:

A woman from Texas writes:  "I like the ease of how you can hold it."
Another avid user writes: "Best file I have ever used.  Works great on finishing your nails."
A FB comment: "I have had it for 10 years and it is still as good as ever."
An Irish lady posted: "My nails never split or crack when using this file.  My nails grow faster and I file them every other day."

For more information on the Contour Nail File, you can visit the website at www.askcosmetics.com or view the YouTube video on How to use the Contour Nail File at the nailcareASKlisa channel.

What kind of file are you currently using?

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