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How to remove acrylic nails?

Anna Mikhailova
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How to remove acrylic nails?

Increased nails, no matter how expensive and quality they are, will have to be removed. Moreover, acrylic nails, despite their impeccable strength, can be removed without serious consequences and easily, not only in the salon, but also at home. However, before you remove acrylic nails, you need to take care that you have acetone for removing nail polish, petroleum jelly, soft polishing nail, glass bowl, hand and nail cream.

If you are not sure that you will be able to remove acrylic nails at home, then it is better, of course, to contact a beauty salon, where you will be carried out this procedure on a professional level, and you will be sure that your nail plates are not damaged. But if you do not have time to visit a beauty salon, and you are sure that you yourself can do everything without loss, then you can proceed. Only remove acrylic should be without haste, with the utmost care, otherwise, it can turn into pain and damaged nail plates, which will need to be long and hard to restore.

Remove acrylic nails

It is necessary to pour acetone-based nail polish remover into the glass container enough to immerse acrylic nails in it to dissolve the glue that holds the acrylic. Before lowering the nails in acetone, you should thickly lubricate the skin around the nail plates with Vaseline. This will help protect the skin from its negative effects. However, try not to get Vaseline on acrylic nails, as it will not allow acetone to affect acrylic and glue under it.

Before removing the acrylic fingertips should be lowered into the bowl with acetone for 15-20 minutes. After that, you need to dry your nails with a towel and gently pry acrylic coating with natural nails. If it does not respond, the nails should be immersed in acetone for another 5-7 minutes. When removing acrylic nails, in no case can one use force and tear them off if the glue has not dissolved. As a rule, re-soaking the glue will allow you to gently remove acrylic, without causing harm to natural nails. After that, you need to thoroughly wash your hands with baby soap, removing acetone and petroleum jelly from the skin, and glue on your nails. If, nevertheless, a small amount of glue remains on natural nails, it should be polished with a paper nail file. Then you need to moisturize the skin with a fat cream.

Now you know how to remove nails, acrylic extensions, and can restore the nail plate in a short time.

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