How to remove semi-permanent varnish?

When we apply semi-permanent varnish for 10-15 days, you will notice a line between the varnish and the cuticle due to the growth of the nail. In this case, the semi-permanent varnish will need to be removed. Today, your nail supply expert Maryton will tell you how to remove semi-permanent varnish. 

The application and removal of semi-permanent varnishes should follow the rules of art. To do this, you must wrap the nails in cotton soaked in acetone, then wrap them together in aluminum foil. You have to let it work for a few seconds before removing everything. The layers will fall off by themselves.

Once the nail polish has been removed, it is advisable to put a little nourishing oil on the nails to allow them to regenerate well.

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It should be noted, however, that the procedures may vary depending on the institute. Some may apply the oil before applying the acetone. Others will buff the nails with a buffing block before removing the polish.

OK! I believe you have know how to remove semi-permanent varnish. In addition, I advise you to invest in a complete professional manicure kit to care for your nails!

Read also: Why do we use semi-permanent varnish?

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