The artificial nails are all handsome but presuppose some care when removing them as you can damage your natural nails if you do it correctly. Another detail is that acrylic artificial nails should be glued with a special adhesive for this purpose, which is essential in order to remove them more easily and avoid disaster on your hands.
Many women tend to stick fake nails with instant adhesive (e.g. cyanoacrylate compound with which to perform the famous glue “Droplet”), terrible mistake.
In this post you will learn how to remove fake nails preserving the health of your nails, pay attention and take note of what you need:
- Nail nippers
- Nail polish remover
- Medium Bowl
- Lima brightness
- Hand Moisturizer
First, it is essential to cut the nail to a minimum. Therefore, use a nail clipper to make sure not to cut your natural nails.
Pour some nail polish remover in a bowl, it has to be one with acetone because they are stronger and help remove the glue used to attach the acrylic nails.
Apply a bit of Vaseline on the skin around the nails in order to protect the area of chemicals, remember that the skin too dry acetone. Take special care that Vaseline not reach the surface of the nail as it may create a protective layer that is harder to remove the glue.
Put your hands to soak for at least 15-20 minutes. The glue needs time to dissolve as it has to be strong enough to keep the acrylic nails stuck.
After that rinse your hands and nails dry with a towel, see if the glue has softened, in case not, again soaking the hands in a solution of water and acetone. Once well wobbly taking off fake nails without pulling!
Use the towel to wipe the Vaseline and once this is done with the file of gloss polish your natural nails to remove blemishes.
Finally, do not forget hydration, this will restore the perfect condition of your hands and nails. Use a hand cream with a high amount of vitamins and nutritious ingredients, massage the skin around the nails to help product penetration.