How to remove a semi-permanent varnish?

Because natural nails grow so fast, you’re not looking so beautiful with semi-permanent nails in a few days! So you want to remove it, but how to do it yourself without tearing your nails? Your expert nail supplier Maryton gives you advice.

The Preparation of the Material and your Nails

First of all, prepare your equipment and wash your hands. You will need a bottle of acetone or nail polish remover containing acetone. Provide a stainless steel cuticle pusher or a wooden stick. Also get out some cotton, foil or a manicure bowl depending on which method you are going to choose to perform.

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Finally, take a coarse file or a polisher according to your preferences. This will help you prepare your nails for polish removal. To do this, gently rub all your nails with the file or the coarse-grained polishing block. Then remove the small particles generated with a cotton or towel.

The Method of Papillotes or That of Soaking?

The first method is that of enrobing with foil. It consists of placing a cotton ball soaked in acetone on each nail. Then wrap everything with aluminum and leave to act for 15 minutes. The aluminum must be tight around the nail and the cotton, then forming a foil.

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The second method involves placing the fingertips directly into a manicure bowl filled with acetone. And to wait there too for 15 minutes for the varnish to dissolve before removing it. Once the 15 minutes have passed, you can remove the varnish.

Removing semi-permanent nail polish takes a bit of time. But with the right technique, you can safely enjoy the benefits of this polish. To find out more manicure sets, please don’t hesitate to visit our website! We have everything all you need.

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