Acrylic nails are bonded to natural nails, so the very thought of trying to remove them can feel like having to painfully remove them. Luckily, your nail supply specialist Maryton will tell you how to remove acrylic nails today.
Using acetone nail polish remover to remove acrylic nails is a time-consuming, painless process. Pour enough acetone remover into a bowl to cover your nails and soak your fingers for 10 minutes. If there are still layers of acrylic left, immediately dip your nails in the acetone and repeat the process of soaking for 10 minutes.
Nail polish remover containing acetone can melt acrylic nail glue, but it can also irritate and dry out the cuticles. After removing acrylic nails as much as possible, apply moisturizer or petroleum jelly to your cuticles to prevent any cracking or peeling from acetone exposure.
OK! I believe you have know how to remove acrylic nails. Besides, I advise you to invest in a complete manicure kit to care for your nails!
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