Form artificial fingernails on customers' fingers.
What does a Fingernail Former do?
Forms artificial fingernails on customer’s fingers: Roughens surfaces of fingernails, using abrasive wheel. Attaches paper forms to tips of customer’s fingers to support and shape artificial nails. Brushes coats of powder and solvent onto nails and paper forms with handbrush to extend nails to desired length. Removes paper forms and shapes and smooths edges of nails, using rotary abrasive wheel. Brushes additional powder and solvent onto new growth between cuticles and nails to maintain nail appearance. May soften, trim, or cut cuticles, using oil, water, knife, or scissors, to prepare customer’s nails for application of artificial nails.