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Stylfile Infuse Moisturising Nail File

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£10.00

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Description
This Stylfile infuse allows you to incorporate a blend of almond oil into your nailcare routine with just a click of a button and the soft white side of this nail file. Take time out to give your nails and cuticles a treat with this Stylfile duo.
Contains:
  • 1 x nail file
  • 1 x cuticle oil (2.5ml)
About Stylfile
Stylfile is the brainchild of Tom Pellereau - winner of the 2011 series of The Apprentice. The unique curved shape of his nail tools takes the hassle out of the perfect manicure by matching the natural contours of your nails.

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brilliant!! My nails were in very poor condition, breaking, splitting and not growing well. Having tried numerous nail files from low-end to high-end in price, and not getting good results, I decided on a whim to try this file. Firstly, I would say it is an ingenious design, you don't need to be an expert on filing to use this, the curve does it all for you. Secondly, since using this file my nails are in much better condition. Keep making Stylfile!! August 10, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Big and bulky I have wanted to try one of these curved nail files for a while, so ordered this thinking it a good idea with the added oil. My problem is this. - I think this is typical of a man inventing something for the sake of inventing something and who knows nothing of how woman file their nails. (and I really don't want to sound patronising) The oil is so awkward to use, and makes the contraption just plain bulky. I just file my nails and use a standard bottle of nail oil, instead of pushing a button. wiping the oil across the nail, pushing the button again and so on and so on. However.. what would really be a brilliant idea Tom, is a curved CRYSTAL nail file, because then you can use the see-saw motion that you have to do with this file without the damage.. Now there's an idea! July 27, 2015
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