How to Remove Press-on nails
When we need a new manicure immediately, Press-on nails are a godsend because they seem so natural. When someone is finished wearing press-on, they are constantly faced with the same dilemma: How to remove them without harming their natural nail?
How to Take Off Press-on Nails
Use a Good Glue
The first step in adequately removing press-on nail occurs before the removal procedure starts. You want to make sure you’re using good glue that won’t harm your nail to ensure a smooth removal. For instance, Kiss Brush-On Nail Glue is designed to be applied and removed quickly. Additionally, it has aloevera in its formulation to help keep your nail hydrated and protected.
Soak Your Nails
Press-one can be best removed by soaking them in a little glass or ceramic basin. Fill it with acetone-based nail polish remover. Soak the nails until the glue dissolves and they become easily removable or until they come off naturally.
Both self-adhesive press-on nail and those with adhesive already applied can be applied using this technique.
You can also make use of a kit to remove artificial nail quickly. No matter what decision you make, exercise patience. Your natural nails could be damaged if you pull off your press-ons before they are fully set.
Use a Soft Buffer
If you soak your nails and discover that they are still difficult to remove. Professionals advise carefully removing them with a light nail buffer. Never, ever file forcefully or pull up the artificial nail.
Apply a Nail Strengthener
Follow up with a nail strengthener because it’s likely that after all that glue and acetone, your nails need a little TLC. As it restores nails to their initial robustness in just three days, we adore Essie’s Hard to Resist Nail Strengthener.