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Insta-worthy dip nails can't be achieved without Marie Antoinette's favorite nail care tool: the nail file.

As seen on our DIY dip mani tutorials, we use an electric or manual nail file for:

(1) Nail Prep: Set yourself up for success by buffing away your invisible cuticles, and creating a rough nail surface to prevent lifting

(2) Shaping/Buffing: Get your desired nail shape and mani finish by buffing down your dip powder before applying Sealer

In the history of nail polish, we've discovered that Mary E. Cobb was the inventor of the emery board files we’ve grown up seeing in drugstores. Today we're going beyond history. We're talking about the essentials of electric nail drills and the nitty-gritty of manual nail files.

The Essentials of Electric Nail Drills

What is an electric nail drill?

An electric nail drill or e-file is an electric-powered rotary tool used for filing nails or removing nail enhancements. To do specific jobs, a nail drill would need "bits". These coated drill tips come in various grits, materials, sizes, and shapes. You have choices of carbide bits, diamond bits, ceramic bits, among others.

  • CARBIDE BITS: For cutting or shaping gel and acrylic nails by shaving off layers of the mani
  • DIAMOND BITS: For removing product build-up by scratching off the nail surface
  • CERAMIC BITS: For the same purposes but with less friction and heat

How do you use an electric nail drill?

Before you drown yourself in a sea of choices, let's summarize how or when to use each bit in a basic 10-piece set of nail drill bits.

  • FLAME BIT: For creating an apex and cleaning around the cuticle area
  • NIB BIT: For removing hangnails, gently lifting the eponychium—the nail fold at the base of the nail plate—and other delicate cuticle work
  • SAFETY BIT: For doing surface and infill cuticle work, backfill cutting, and shortening
  • BALL BIT: For cleaning sidewalls and under the nails and prepping for backfills
  • MICRO BALL BIT: For safely removing dead skin and making cuticles and nails clean
  • FLAT-END CYLINDER BIT: For removing shine from surface area and side grooves
  • NEEDLE / THIN NEEDLE BIT: For filing away residual cured gel or cuticles in hard to reach areas, under the nails, sidewalls, and backfills
  • SILICONE BIT: For polishing nail surface to make the nail smoother
  • CLEANING BRUSH: For cleaning nail surface and drill bits

A friendly reminder from Sine, Licensed Cosmetologist and DipWell's Community Educator:

"E-files do require some training, learning safety measures, and practice. Proper use of how to use an electric nail drill and the bits safely is especially important to avoid nail damage. If you use an electric nail file and it starts to cause you pain, stop immediately. This should not happen if it is used correctly. You never want to use the e-file on the natural nail. The natural nail should only be filed with a light hand and 180-grit file or higher."

If you're a DIY dip mani newbie, we recommend sticking with manual nail files. But if you're keen to power up your nail care routine with an e-file, we can't stress enough how important it is to learn, learn, and learn some more. Refer to your nail drill's manual. Read up on how to set up electric nail files, including safety tips. You can also head over to YouTube and watch "how to use a nail drill" instructional videos. A thorough understanding of how to operate electric nail drills will prevent damage to your nails and potential trips to your doctor. Always better safe than sorry.

The Nitty-Gritty of Manual Nail Files

What is a manual nail file?

This is the most user-friendly nail file that comes in many forms.

  1. EMERY BOARDS: The most common manual nail file that's made of cardboard and usually has different grits on its two sides.
  2. WOODEN NAIL FILES: These are similar to emery boards, but they are made with wood as opposed to cardboard. They are also available in different grits.
  3. BUFFING BLOCKS: They come in a variety of grits and sizes (regular and mini).
  4. METAL NAIL FILES: These manual nail files are made of stainless steel and can be a bit harsh for natural nails. They are more suited for nail enhancements.
  5. SPONGE BOARDS: These are extra thick cushion manual nail files that are made with no paper backing. They are available in a variety of grits and can be sanitized and disinfected.

Choosing the best-for-you manual nail file comes down to what your needs are with the nail file grit as the main criteria.

What is the nail file grit number?

"The file grit number refers to the abrasiveness of the nail file. You want to choose the correct grit nail file so you don’t damage your natural nail bed," says licensed cosmetologist Sine.

How do you know if your nail file has a low or high grit number? Run your finger over the nail file and feel the particles. A low grit nail file is more abrasive, while a high grit nail file is smoother.

She also recommended the guideline below:

  • LOW GRIT NUMBER: For artificial nail enhancements
  • HIGH GRIT NUMBER: For natural nails

The file grit number starts as low as 80 (coarse) and as high as 1000+ (superfine).

Here's a handy chart to lay this all out.


What are the types of manual nail files?

If those file grit numbers seem daunting, don't let them overwhelm you. According to Sine, DipWell's Community Educator, there are four types of nail files a DIY-er like you will need to use.

  1. COARSE FILES (80-100 grit): For shaping acrylic or gel nail enhancements and filing down thickness and length

These manual nail files have fewer grit particles, hence they are very abrasive manual nail files and not recommended to be used on natural nails.

  1. MEDIUM GRIT FILES (180 grit): For lightly buffing dip, acrylic, or gel enhancements and for filing the free edge of your natural nails

These nail files are less abrasive because they contain more grit particles. But much like coarse files, they are also not recommended to be used for buffing natural nails.

  1. FINE GRIT FILES (240-600 grit): For smoothing and finishing work on dip, acrylics, wraps, and gels. They are also great for removing natural oils and invisible cuticles.

These manual nail files are the least abrasive and soft enough to lightly buff the natural nail bed without thinning and causing nail damage.

  1. EXTRA FINE GRIT FILES (600-2400 grit): For creating high shine on natural nails and nail enhancements, making the nail appear as if top coat has been applied

These nail files will feel smooth to the touch when you run your finger over them. They are also used to prepare the surface of your natural nail for buffing, shining, finishing, and removing ridges and stains.

Electric file vs. manual file: Which DIY nail care tool should you choose?

The truth: you don't really need an e-file. You can get amazing results with just the right manual nail files and buffers. But nail pros and experienced DIYers sure prefer an electric file since it’s a faster way to prep and shape your nails when used correctly, although it does take time to master them.

Now that we've shared both sides of this hot-button topic, tell us...

Are you Team E-file or Team Manual File?

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If DIY is go-to option for manicures and pedicures, one way to upgrade your process is using a professional nail drill, also known as an e-file or electric manicure file, which will give the nails on your hands and toes a look that mimics what you would receive at the salon. E-files are for experts, not beginners — they expedite the process while simultaneously providing precision to your manicure-pedicure. An electric manicure toolset works on both false and natural nails: They can file and shape your nails, easily remove gel polish, take off acrylic nails at home, trim your cuticles, and buff your calluses straight to smoothness.

But while they can facilitate your at-home mani/pedis, if you're inexperienced using one or not well-versed in the specifics, you can end up not achieving your desired outcome or worse, damaging your nails and hurting yourself. Here, some important tips to know before you lay a finger on a professional nail drill:

  • Pick the right drill bit for the job. Bits are what allow you to shape and file your nails, and they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, materials, and grits. While some grits have multiple functions, some are specific to certain purposes (for example, the barrel bit does backfill cutting and shaping the nail, but you can't use it for filing your cuticles), so educate yourself on the bits before beginning.
  • Choose the right setting and speed. The forward or reverse options on the machine are specific to your dominant hand — use forward if you are right-handed and reverse if you are left-handed (the opposite won't file the nail!). Practice makes perfect when it comes to speed: Too fast and you can damage your nails; too slow and you won't get your desired outcome.

These are the best nail drills you can buy, including the best affordable e-file, the best nail drill for beginners, the best professional nail drill, and more:

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Best Overall Nail Drill

Brushless Nail Drill


This rechargeable, cordless nail drill machine from Imene will remove acrylic or gel with ease. At 35,000 RMPs, it has the highest speed in comparison to any of the electronic nail files on our list. The tool also has a brushless motor which cuts down on wear-and-tear, making it long-lasting. 

  • Highest speed
  • Long-lasting

Best Value Nail Drill

Portable Electric Nail Drill



This MelodySusie electric nail file is portable and will give your nails a professional look. The tool is compact but powerful and can manage your acrylic nails with ease.The body of this nail drill is made with aluminum alloy, which contributes to heat dissipation. Note: This is specifically designed for acrylic and gel nails, so don't use this machine on your natural nails! 

  • Portable size
  • Cooling feature to prevent overheating
  • Affordable
  • Not suitable for natural nails

Best Professional Nail Drill

Pro Power 35K Portable Nail Drill



Are you a manicure aficionado and always do your nails yourself? Then this Medicool nail drill is for you, especially if you like acrylic nails. The tool is an investment, however, its features make it worthwhile: It's rechargeable with a 20-hour battery life and goes up to 35,000 RPMs, enabling it to tackle even the toughest nail jobIt comes with six nail bits, including diamond, ceramic, and carbide (diamond bits are rustproof while ceramic and carbide bits are long-lasting). 

  • 20 hour battery life
  • Powerful

Best Nail Drill for Beginners

4-in-1 Rechargeable Electric Nail File Set



If you're a nail drill novice, then opt for the Bellasonic, which is one of the top-rated nail drills on Amazon. This nail drill oscillates versus spins causing less friction and heat, which means there's less of a chance it will damage to your nails, making it perfect for beginners. The discs are strong and work on acrylics but also gentle enough to easily file down your cuticles and shape your nails. 

  • Lightweight
  • Won't overheat
  • Less likely to damage nails

Best Nail Drill on Amazon

ManiPro Passport Portable Nail Filing System

$395.00 (10% off)


The Kupa nail drill is definitely a favorite for DIY manicure lovers, though the price tag may be high for some. It's the best-selling portable nail drill machine on Amazon because of its cordless feature. It also has a small clip on the back in case you want to hook it onto your pants or need to walk around with it.It goes up to 30,000 RPMs and has little to no vibration. There is no on-off button, though, so you have to adjust your settings with each use, and it doesn't come with drill bits. "Why try the rest if you are used to the best?," a reviewer said. " I am so impressed with this product."

  • Cordless
  • Little to no vibration
  • Doesn't come with drill bits
  • Pricey

Best Nail Drill with Foot Pedal

Nail Drill Electric Nail File Machine JD700 Pro



If you are looking for a great affordable e-file, look no further than this Makartt nail drill machine. This less pricey e-file machine goes up to 30,000 RPMs, making it perfect for gel and acrylic nails (not natural, though!).It even has a foot pedal machine to facilitate use and there's also an option on the machine if you prefer to operate the handpiece. 

  • Foot pedal makes it easy-to-use
  • Works on gel or acrylic nails
  • Nail bits may not be the highest quality

Best Nail Drill for Under $10

Total Nail Care System


Conserving your cash? Your nails don't have to suffer. This super affordable e-file will run you under $10, plus comes with 5 nail drill bits and a UV light to cure your nail polish so you can give yourself a gel manicure. You can also store the tools inside the curing station of the electric nail set. Note: To use the LED, light you will need two AAA batteries. 

  • Great value
  • Comes with 5 nail drill bits and a UV light to cure polish
  • 2 AAA batteries needed for the LED light are not included

Best Lighted Nail Drill

Illuminating Manicure/Pedicure Set
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This Hammacher electric tool set is a great option for those who want to facilitate and speed up the manicure and pedicure process at home. With six speeds up to 12,000 RPMs, it's perfect for natural nails. The tip of the motorized wand is encircled with LED lights to illuminate your work sans shadows, making it easier to see the details of your mani/pedi. Note: This tool's RPMs are a little too slow for acrylic nails. 

  • Lights up so you an easily see details
  • Lower speed for natural nails
  • Won't work well on acrylic nails
  • Pricey

Best Nail Drill for Travel

Nail Perfect Manicure & Pedicure Set


If you are meticulous about keeping your beauty items together, this Bauer set is for you. It comes in a compact storage case so you'll never be looking around for your nail bits or discs. There are only two speeds, so this is better for natural manicures and pedicures on natural nails.

  • Comes with storage case
  • Small size

Best Nail Drill for Natural Nails

Nail File Electric 5in1 Manicure Pedicure Set



TouchBeauty's nail file is great for beginners; with only one button, you won't have a hard time figuring it out. It goes up to 9,000 RPMs, so while it's not our first choice for acrylic nails, it's fabulous for shaping your natural nails and maintaining your cuticles. It's also battery-powered so no need to worry about cords and wires! Note: The attachments aren't replaceable, so when they wear out, it's time to throw away the machine. However, at under $20, if you are new to nail drill machines, the price is perfect.

  • One button for easy usage
  • Great value
  • Attachments are not replaceable

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K, I gotta preface this with a very important disclaimer: Nail drills are legit professional tools that aren't safe for at-home manis. That's because electric nail files are super powerful—they're not only strong enough to remove acrylics and gels, but also buff hard calluses, and even cut and shape the thickset of nails, so you really gotta know what you're doing before you add one to your routine. But if you (1) work with regular clients, and (2) want to make your process a whole hell of a lot easier, you should absolutely consider trying one.

And since there are, like, eight million options on the market right now, I did you a solid by finding the nine best nail drills for every situation, including a pick that's great for mani-pedis, a cordless one that's worth the splurge, and even a gentle file that's safe for natural nails. Shop 'em all, ahead, and prepare to never go back.

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Best Investment Nail Drill

Kiara Sky Beyond Pro Portable Nail Drill


Alright, it's definitely on the pricer side, but if you're looking for a professional-grade nail drill that goes above and beyond, you can't go wrong with this pick. It's cordless, the battery lasts for up to 10 hours, it removes acrylics and gels with ease, and, best of all, it's super quiet. Not sure how it works? Peep this easy-to-follow lesson from YouTuber Vee Nailedit.


Best Nail Drill for Gels and Acrylics

Imene Professional Nail Drill Machine


The 35000 RPM speed on this nail drill means two things: It's definitely not for newbs, and it's also powerful enough to easily sharpen, grind, cut, buff, and remove gel, dip, and acrylic nails (shout out to its six attachments). If you're working with a lot of clients, you'll be doing yourself a favor by having this guy on your team.


Best Affordable Nail Drill

Aevo Electric Nail Drill Kit


If you're new to the nail-drill game and not looking to drop a ton of cash, you'll love this affordable pick. You aren't sacrificing on quality either—it's got an adjustable speed, quiet vibrations, and 11 bits that are great for prepping, finishing, and polishing nails. Plus, the sleek size makes it v easy to store.


Best Nail Drill for Natural Nails

Pure Enrichment PureNails 10-Piece Professional Manicure and Pedicure Kit


Here's the thing: If you're using a nail drill on natural nails, you need to be extra careful. That's where this pick comes in handy—it comes equipped with two speeds, the lower of which is gentle enough to treat natural nails and cuticles without damage. It even has a built-in LED light that makes it super easy to pay attention to delicate areas.


Best Nail Drill for Manicures and Pedicures

Utilyze 10-in-1 Professional Electric Manicure & Pedicure Set


The fact that this nail drill comes with 10 customizable speeds makes it a great option for manicures andpedicures. You also get attachments that are excellent for buffing nails, smoothing calluses, and even removing excess cuticles. Oh, and did I mention the whole thing fits into a super convenient carrying case? Yuuup. 


Best High-Speed Nail Drill

MelodySusie 30000 rpm Professional Nail Drill-Scarlet


This professional-grade nail drill operates at a high speed, but don't get it twisted: It's still super quiet and smooth. Even though it's not as compact as some of the other electric nail files on the market, it's a reliable option that's definitely worth making space for.


Best Oscillating Nail Drill

Bellasonic 4-in-1 Rechargeable Electric Nail File Set


The coolest thing about this nail drill is that it comes with an oscillating head, meaning it moves back and forth (rather than spinning in one direction) for a smoother, more gentle approach. It also gives you a bit more control than the average e-file, making it a great pick for first-timers.


Best Nail Drill With UV Dryer

Fancii Professional Electric Manicure & Pedicure Nail File Set


This might look like a boring ol' nail drill, but I promise it's so much more than that. Alongside five interchangeable heads for filing and buffing, it also comes with a built-in UV nail dryer to speed up your manicure process (which, score). The cordless design doesn't hurt either.


Best Portable Nail Drill

Finishing Touch Flawless Salon Nails Kit Electronic Nail File


Looking for a nail drill that's small enough to bring on the go? This teeny design is great for last-minute nail appointments—and it definitely doesn't skimp on power and ease (I'm talkin' attachments on attachments). And, I mean, who doesn't love rose gold?

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How to use an E-file Nail Drill on Acrylic Nails

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