It’s very easy to remove your acrylic nails at home. This is a slow process but very enjoyable because your natural nails are very nice and to remove the acrylic is harmful, but this tutorial shows you the right way without damage natural nails, and no pain. I am very much sure this is very helpful for you.
All you need is a nail file, cuticle pusher, acrylic powder, and pure acetone, nail soaking dish, and nail clipper.
Nail cutter, cotton balls, and nail polish remover.
Clip off the tips:
Place your hand on a flat surface and slowly move your finger left and right by using a nail-file or electric file and remove all the top layer of nail polish and gemstones.
Pour some pure acetone into a glass. Put your nails in and soak for 30 seconds. Make sure your nails are facing down completely. After that, you’ll see that your nail taking layers off the acrylics.
Wipe away the top layers:
Use a cuticle pusher and grab any excess off, while the acrylic dissolves completely. then with the cuticle pusher take off the layers as much as you can.
Scrape at the acrylic:
Now, use an E-file on a low setting only take off the layers that the cuticle pusher couldn’t remove, lightly going over the acrylic not over the natural nails.
Dust off the acrylic powder and push the cuticle back gently.
Continue repeating this whole process until there is no more acrylic left on the nail.
Use the cuticle nipper and cut away the dry skin cells.
Then apply a clear polish to refresh your nails, it makes your nails clean and dehydrate. Apply a thin layer and seal the edges very well. Once, the first layer dries, apply a second layer. Let it dry completely.
Spray an alcohol to remove the tacky layers that gel leaves.
Apply a cuticle oil and rub to moisturise your hands and cuticles.
This step is optional make a natural look to your nails and paint your nails with nude color and secure it with a top coat.
As you see the natural nails look beautiful and strong.
- Never pour the acetone in a plastic bowl.
- Be careful, while using an acetone.
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