For many, a semi-permanent varnish is the best nail solution because it will keep your nails looking shiny for weeks. However, after several weeks your nail will grow back and you will need to remove it. Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will tell you how to remove your semi-permanent varnish at home.
Here are the steps to follow to remove your semi-permanent nail polish at home:
1. Take a piece of cotton that you soak in nail polish remover with acetone and place it on the nail. Acetone is key to dissolving semi-permanent acrylic.
2. Once the nails are covered, arrange the clips on your fingers to hold them. If you don’t have tongs, wrap them in aluminum foil.
3. Leave for about 20 minutes, then remove the clamps or aluminum foil.
4. If you have a cuticle pusher, you can also use it to remove semi-permanent residue.
At the end of these steps, you will notice that the nail is dry because of the acetone but in no case will there be white spots or irregularities which are signs of damage to the nail. Remember to rinse your hands well then moisturize them and your nails to complete the removal.
Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I advise you to invest in some professional manicure kits.