How to Remove No Chip Nail Polish
No-chip manicures are the best to wear because you can have perfect nails for a long time. There’s no denying that it is a great alternative to acrylic nails. Your nails will look flawless for weeks until it needs to be removed. But removing no chip nail polish can be a little complicated.
It’s complex because regular nail polish remover unfortunately won’t remove the no-chip. It needs to be taken off strategically. So, does this mean you have to go to the nail salon to remove the no-chip every time?
No, it does not. Home remedies to remove nail polish is a ‘thing’ and with so many wanting to go DIY, it certainly can be removed at home. You just need to know how to remove it.
How To Remove No Chip Nail Polish
How to remove no chip nail polish might not be as easy as a wipe of regular nail polish, but it can be done successfully if you follow the steps below.
To get the job done, you will need the following:
- Acetone nail polish remover
- Aluminum foil
- Cotton balls
- Nail clipper
To start, cut the length of your nails shorter so that there’s less to remove. Cut the aluminum foil into strips large enough to wrap around each nail with a cotton ball on top of it. Then buff your no-chip nails so that the acetone can penetrate through the layers easily.
The next step would be to take your cotton balls and dip them into acetone. Once saturated with acetone, place it on the nail. Do this for every nail and cover it with aluminum to keep it there. Leave it on for about ten minutes.
Following the 10 minutes lift the foil and cotton ball and check if the nail polish has softened. This is also the best way to remove gel nail polish at home. The no-chip manicures are a hit, especially because it dries fast. When it’s done, your nails are bone dry.
If you don’t use the fast-drying ultraviolet light method, you’ve probably experienced getting nail polish on your clothes, and then have had to resort to online hacks on how to remove dried nail polish from clothing.
Frustrating indeed, but no more. These days there’s no chance of you ruining your gorgeous mani/pedis.
Trying to remove the no-chip without following this guide is not a good idea. Many have tried peeling it off, filing the polish right down to the nail, and even chipping it off with a nail stick. An array of crazy ideas to remove their no-chip nail polish have been tried and tested.
But those methods will only result in damage to your natural nails, so it really is not worth it. You might end up spending more money on treatment to get it back to its natural state.
Follow our steps and you will be good to go. That way, you’ll be able to enjoy no-chip nail polish (and remove it safely) all from the comfort of your own home. There will be no more expensive trips to the salon.
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