Ultimate Removing Guidelines of Acrylic Nails at Home

Duplicate nails are made of acrylic which is used on our natural nails. It just like fashion ornaments and its a fashion ornaments for our finger nails. It makes an amazing appearance and gives us a beautiful look as like natural nails. This nail system is available with different type of designs like different metallic color designs, animal prints and much more. The nails are placed on natural nails at first and then exactly shaped and polished to offer an attractive look as well as shine. The material which is used to make acrylic is a mixture of Acrylic Nail Powder and acrylic nail monomer.

Things you Need For Removing Process

Some basic materials you need for the removing process of acrylic or duplicate nail. You need a moisturizer which you need to apply on the fingers and nail, a nail polish remover which contained action. Also, you need a glass bowl to soak your fingers. A clean towel also necessary because you have to give special focus on dust and beside that you need some orange sticks, petroleum jelly, and a nail file.

The most famous process to remove acrylic nails is to place the nails into an acetone solution. A user should show more care when they handling acetone solution because an acetone solution can spoil and surface and furniture if it spills on it. You should make yourself safe and use covers on tables and anything lying near. You can use regular nail polish remover acetone solution and avoid caustic acetone solution to escape from danger.

If you have decided to remove your duplicate nails at home by your own then you need to follow some steps. At first take some acetone solution nail polish remover in a big bowl and make it sure that you can able to dip your fingernails into the solution. Now take some petroleum jelly to make a coat on the tips of the finger as well as cuticle. This process will help you to save your nails from dangerous and harsh chemicals.

Now it is the time to soak your fingertips in the acetone solution which you poured into a big bowl. You have to make it sure that you do not immerse the full finger into the solution because it may the cause of your skin damage. Wait for twenty minutes and the acrylic gel will start to come off naturally. You can scrap the acrylic nails gently by using cuticle sticks. You need to remove as much acrylic nails you able to remove by using cuticle sticks. You should note that the gel may be sticky so keep patience and do your work carefully. When all acrylics are removed from your natural nail, give your natural nails some time to take breath into the air. If you want to avoid any type of risk, you a closer look on your nails. There may be a thin layer of acrylic left on your natural nail beds. At last, you need to use a branded moisturizer to protect your fingers from irritation.

During the removing process of acrylic nails, if you feel that your fingers become painful, or if you feel irritated, you should stop the whole process immediately and you need to wash your hands by using cold water. Also, you should take a suggestion from a consultant. Not only for the removing process, if you feel any type of pain or anything unusual, stop the process instantly.

Alternative Process

There also have an alternative method to remove acrylic nails. A user just needs to soak cotton balls in an acetone solution or a nail polish remover which is acetone base and place the cotton on your nails by wrapping fingertips with an aluminum foil, so that the acetone soaked cotton ball do not fall at the time of the process. This whole alternative process takes around twenty to thirty minutes to remove acrylic from your nails. After twenty or thirty minutes you just need to remove the aluminum foil as well as the cotton ball and clean your nails by using a towel or any type of cloth. The result is just similar to the early mentioned method.

Removing and application process of nail products should be perfect for healthy nails. If you face any doubt or problem then it’s also a good idea to visit a nail salon for the more accurate process.