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How to remove acrylic nails?

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To remove acrylic nails at home, you can follow these steps:

  1. Start by cutting your acrylic nails down as short as possible using nail clippers.
  2. Use a nail file to gently file the top layer of the acrylic to remove the shine.
  3. Soak a cotton ball in acetone nail polish remover and place it on top of each nail.
  4. Wrap each fingertip in aluminum foil to hold the cotton ball in place and let it sit for about 30 minutes.
  5. After 30 minutes, gently twist and pull off the foil and cotton ball. The acrylic should now be softened.
  6. Use a cuticle pusher or wooden stick to gently scrape off the softened acrylic. Be careful not to damage your natural nails.
  7. Once all the acrylic is removed, wash your hands thoroughly and apply cuticle oil or moisturizer to nourish your nails.

If you are having trouble removing the acrylic nails or if they were applied at a salon, it's best to seek professional help to prevent damage to your natural nails.

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To remove acrylic nails, you can follow these steps:

  1. Clip the acrylic nails as short as possible using nail clippers.
  2. File the top coat of the acrylic nails with a coarse nail file to remove the shiny layer.
  3. Soak a cotton ball in acetone nail polish remover and place it on top of each nail.
  4. Wrap each fingertip in aluminum foil to hold the cotton ball in place.
  5. Let it sit for about 30 minutes to allow the acetone to loosen the acrylic.
  6. Gently slide off the acrylic nails using a cuticle stick or a nail pusher. Be careful not to force it as it can damage your natural nails.
  7. Once the acrylic nails are removed, moisturize your nails and cuticles to keep them healthy.

Remember, it's best to consult a professional nail technician if you're unsure about removing acrylic nails yourself.

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