When you are still immersed in the pleasure of fake nails and semi-permanent manicures, have you considered how to remove them? In this article, your expert nail supplier Maryton gives 3 tips to help you remove your false nails and your semi-permanent at home.
Remove semi-permanent varnish alone
Don’t try to pull or tear off your nail polish or false nails. You have two choices. If you have nail polish remover containing acetone, soak cotton pads with this solution and apply half a cotton pad to each nail. Wrap each one with a piece of aluminum foil, to hold it in place. Let stand 10 to 15 minutes. Remove everything by pressing to collect as much material as possible. If any pieces of varnish remain, gently rub with the cotton or use a wooden stick to remove any residue. Otherwise, to remove your semi-permanent varnish alone at home, you can use a file to file the surface of the nails. Choose a hard file so that the varnish leaves effectively.
Remove fake nails at home
If your gel nails grow, revealing your natural nail, you will need to be patient. At first, I advise you to shorten them with a good quality nail clipper or a nail clipper. Unfortunately, the acetone here is not enough to remove the gel. You will therefore have to file the surface of your nails. On the other hand, you must file gently and carefully, so as not to weaken your natural nails. Finish by passing a polishing block, to smooth the nail.
Take care of your nails in your daily life
If your nails are bare, take care of them too. You can moisturize your hands daily with a cream or balm, especially since the temperatures are still low. Treat your cuticles with an oil, massaging them regularly. Be sure to file your nails to keep them smooth. Finally, adopt a weekly routine, exfoliating and masking once a week.
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