Everything you need to know about semi-permanent varnish
With the modern pace of life, many women choose to have a semi-permanent nail polish applied. However, it is very difficult to remove. The question therefore arises: how to have your semi-permanent nail polish removed?
1. What is semi-permanent varnish?
As its name suggests, the semi-permanent varnish is a manicure technique consisting of giving a durable varnish to the nail. The semi-permanent varnish has a lifespan of about 15 days after which the nail will have grown too much and it will have to be removed.
2. Advantages and disadvantages
- The two-week lifespan is very interesting for those who don’t have time devoted to manicures.
- Nail art decorations can be added.
- May present a solution to avoid nail biting.
- Since semi-permanent nail polish is above all a UV-cured gel, it will suffocate the natural nail for its entire lifespan.
- Removing it alone is difficult and you have to use a prosthetist for those less experienced in manicures.
3. How to remove it?
Once the time is up to remove nail polish, follow these steps:
- Soak a few cotton balls in acetone.
- Put them on your nails.
- Secure them with a piece of aluminum foil.
- Wait for 15 minutes, the semi-permanent varnish will have disappeared.
- Pamper your nails with a nourishing oil or cream.
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