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How To Remove Acrylic Nails

I just started wearing Acyclic nails and I must admit ladies, I love them! I really do, they look amazing and it's a nice treat too look forward too at the end of the week. The other week I went in to get my claws sharpened, I had did the square tips for a while and I was ready to restore my nails to their former glory. As i was getting my nails done my skin had began to flake. My nail tech told me it's time too take my nails off (I had them on since July) she was the second person to tell me this and the third I had complained to. So I figured it's time to take them off. And with a new interview coming up what better time to experiment and try to take my nails off? It's not as hard as you think it would be, the main thing is that it can be time consuming.

What You Need:

  • Acetone Nail Polish Remover
  • Bowl
  • Orange cuticle stick
  • Nail Strengthener (optional)


Pour polish remover in bowl and soak nails for 15-20 minutes.  When your nails are nice and jelly try to peel the nails off. if you get any resistance. Soak them for another  minutes and try again. I use a cuticle stick to try to get underneath it and pop it off that way. Still though it shouldn't hurt to take them off. Now clip them bad boys and put a nail straightener on and you're done babes. 

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