Acrylic nails are the best choice amongst artificial nails, for women who have small nails that do not grow faster. Acrylic nails will help you have much desired, lovely looking fingers. You can find them in any length, any color, any shape and any design.
Acrylic nails when placed properly look better than natural nails, and one can indulge in nail art on them in many ways. But it is a fact that you need to take them off after a week or maximum two weeks because your nails requisite to get off the chemicals used while applying the acrylic nails. The acrylic, glue, nail polish, nail art accompaniments, all put together can snuff out your nails to a great extent.
There are a number of techniques that you can use to remove acrylic nails, the most common method is by dipping them in acetone, but acetone can be harmful for nails and skin. Therefore many women prefer acetone-free, acrylic nail removal methods. The greatest solution is to go to a salon and pursue the help of a professional. A manicurist is a trained and experienced beauty technician, who will remove the acrylic nails, in a safe and painless way.
However, if you want to remove acrylic nails yourself, there are many acetone free nail polish removers which you can use. Here is an easy technique to remove acrylic nails without acetone.
Removing Acrylic Nails without Acetone
What you need
- Hand towels
- Nail polish remover (acetone-free)
- Big bowl
- Petroleum jelly
- Orange sticks
- Nail filer and buffer
Spread newspaper sheets on the surface and fill the bowl with nail polish remover. Coat the fingertips and cuticle of the nails with petroleum jelly for nail care, and soak your fingertips in the bowl. Now soak only your fingertips in the solution for about 20 minutes. The acrylic gel will start softening and eventually, dissolving. Scrape off the acrylic gel with the orange sticks and wipe with a towel. Wash your hands with warm water. Don’t forget to apply moisturizer to soothe your skin.
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