If you need to remove your nails and have no time to go to the salon, follow our advice if you want to keep your real nails.
We've all been there: that moment in between appointments when you just can't stand your nails any longer and you try biting your nails out of your fingers. Well, don't. That's not a good idea and I'll tell you why.
Fake nails are awesome, they look great, they don't generally chip, and they are beautiful. There are some disadvantages, though, like ruining your own nails.
This is what you should do if you can't go to a nail technician and you need to remove your fake nails.
Remove your fake nails at home
If you have acrylics, you can remove them by soaking them in pure acetone. Cut your nails as low as you can and file the top surface layer of each nail to break the seal of the product.
Wrap every nail with some acetone-soaked cotton and cover with aluminum foil. It is important to use pure acetone, store-bought nail polish removers won't do the trick. Leave for 15 minutes.
Unwrap your nails and push away the product with a manicure stick.
Repeat the whole process until you've removed all the product.