As we all know, a semi-permanent varnish can last up to 2 weeks, or even 3 after it has been applied. Beyond this period, our regenerated nails force you to remove the varnish. There are now two effective options for removing semi-permanent varnish, which your nail supply expert Maryton will explain in detail in this blog.
Removing semi-permanent nail polish is painless when you follow a few simple rules. Even if you are in a hurry, you must avoid scratching your semi-transparent varnish at all costs because it damages the nails.
The first removal technique is very precise and requires skill. It is first necessary to use oil to protect the edge of the nail. Then comes the polishing of the entire surface of the nail. After that, you have to soak cotton squares cut according to the shape of the nail with an acetone-based product. Wrap each finger in foil and let it react for about 15 minutes. When the time was up, the layers of gel fall off. All that remains is to get rid of the residue using a wooden stick.
The other method is the general bathing of the nails in a container filled with the acetone-based solution. Whichever method is adopted, a few minutes should be allowed for processing. Once the residue is removed, the nails must be nourished with fatty oil. Almond oil is the most used to regenerate nails.
In addition, you also need a gentle manicure set to take care of your nails after you’ve removed the semi-permanent varnish.