Friday, January 15, 2010

How do I take off Nail Salon Fake Nails?

If your nails are strong, you can attempt to do it at home by soaking in an acetone based nail polish remover to dissolve the adhesive, and very gently pushing off the acrylic nail. You should never force it off, because if it is still stuck to your nail, this could result in a lot of pressure on the nail bed and can cause damage to the matrix. The quickest and best way to have them removed is to have the salon do the removal. They know the product that they used to apply them, and will know the best product for removal and the safest way to do so. Good luck.How do I take off Nail Salon Fake Nails?
go to a nail salon or you could damage your nailsHow do I take off Nail Salon Fake Nails?
i always soak my nails in acetone-free nail polish remover to remove them, its much better for your nails than pulling them off and acetone is really bad for your nails.
You can buy acetone near the nail polish remover in any store. You should cut the nails as short as possible and soak them in a glass bowl full of acetone. It will take a while but it will be MUCH better than ripping them off (and less painful). After you're done you should apply a heavy moisturizer to your hands and even cuticle oil (or just olive oil). Good luck.
soak your nails in nail polish remover for a few minutes, then carefully pull them off.
ummm, pull them off quick cuz it'll hurt bad. it's happened to me before. ugh. sorry but its the truth. :-)))
I just rip em off, I start on the left side and slowly lift. You can also use something thin and do the same sort of thing, but slide it between your real nail and the fake nail, that way doesn't hurt at all, I've used an unused nail to do this.
if you've had them for awhile and they're lifting around the edges.. I usually just bite them to break them and then pull them off.. your nails will be pretty funky underneath though...

if you want to pay... to get them off you can go and soak them in a solution at the nail salon... takes a bit though..and usually costs money unless you're getting new ones on
They will soften up if you soak them in nail polish remover. Also, it is much easier to take them off if you cut off the long top part of the nail. They peal much more readily.
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