How to remove permanent varnish with cosmetic acetone or remover?

Semi-permanent varnish is a quick, durable process and can easily last 3 weeks. After three weeks, your natural nails will have grown and the demarcation will be visible. So, it’s time to remove your semi-permanent varnish. In this article, Maryton Nail Supply will tell you how to remove permanent varnish with cosmetic acetone or remover. Just keep reading!

To do this, you will need the following equipment:

  •   A buffing block also called a Buffer.
  •   A permanent varnish remover.
  •   A cuticle pusher.
  •   A manicure bowl or cotton pads and foil.

Technique 1: how to dissolve semi-permanent varnish with foils?

  • Prepare cellulose (cotton) squares and pieces of aluminum foil.
  • Matte the entire color with the buffing block to remove the shiny part of the permanent varnish and facilitates removal.
  • Soak the cotton pads with remover or cosmetic acetone.
  • Place a soaked cotton pad on each nail and wrap each finger with aluminum foil to form curls.
  • Leave to act for 10 to 15 minutes. Please note that the application time depends on the thickness applied and the brand used.
  • Remove each foil and scrape the various remaining residues with the cuticle pusher if necessary. If you still have a lot of permanent varnish remaining on the nail, you can repeat the foil step.
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Technique 2: How to remove semi-permanent nail polish with a manicure bowl?

This solution requires greater use of liquid:

  • Rub the color with the polishing block to make it matte and thus remove the gloss from the permanent varnish in order to facilitate melting.
  • Fill your manicure bowl with liquid remover and dip your fingers in the container for 10 to 15 minutes, the waiting time depending on the brand and the thickness applied.
  • Take out your fingers and wipe them with a cotton pad.
  • Gently scrape off varnish residue with the cuticle pusher.
  • Repeat the step if you notice that you still have a lot of varnish left on the nail.
  • Unify the natural nail with a buffing block.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I recommend investing in some professional manicure kits to care for your nails.

Read also: How to take care of your toenails?

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