How to remove a semi-permanent varnish?

You are delighted with the semi-permanent nail polish that you managed to do on yourself before going on vacation. But, when the growth of your natural nail is visible and it no longer looks as pretty. So you want to remove it, but how to do it yourself without tearing your nails? Keep reading!

First of all, you need a bottle of acetone or nail polish remover containing acetone. Then, provide a wooden stick to push back your cuticles. Finally, take a nail files and buffers according to your preferences. This will help you prepare your nails for polish removal. Indeed, you will start by removing the top coat layer present on your nails by filing them.

You will have to dissolve the varnish with acetone. But before that, you have to protect all the edges of your nails by applying a nourishing oil. Because acetone can attack your skin and sensitize it.

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Placing the fingertips directly into a manicure bowl filled with acetone, and wait there for 15 minutes. Once the 15 minutes have passed, you will need to gently peel off the bits of varnish remaining on the nail with the cuticle pusher or a wooden stick. Be very careful not to force so as not to tear keratin from the nail.

The removal of the semi-permanent varnish takes a little time. But with the right technique, you can safely enjoy the benefits of this polish. There is just the need to nourish your nails regularly with vegetable oils.



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