How to remove semi-permanent varnish?
In general, semi-permanent varnish can’t be worn for more than 2 weeks, otherwise it will start to flake off. If this case occurs, we recommend that you remove it immediately. If you follow the right method, it is perfectly possible for you to remove them at home.
First of all, it is good to note that to remove it you can’t use a classic solvent, due to the high resistance and durability. To remove your polish, start by applying oil around the edges of your nails, to protect them from the product that you will then use to remove your polish.
When it comes to the product, the best choice is still acetone. You will need to soak your nail in acetone and then wrap it in a straightjacket for several minutes. You can also soak them. Then rub gently and wash your fingers to remove any residue. If you encounter complications, it is more than necessary to immediately go to a professional in the matter. Don’t force things, as this may have adverse consequences on the quality of your nails.
We hope you liked this article and that it will inspire you for future. In addition to these, I advise you to invest in a complete manicure set to care for your hand in daily life.
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