I think we can all easily agree that mani/pedis and eyelash extensions have been the best thing to come along since sliced bread. Our cured polishes — flawlessly covered with extreme shine — have allowed us to go for weeks without thinking about doing it from home.
Times are strange (to say the least), and in a matter of a few days, we’ve staggered into a global pandemic. We’re all faced with an influx of new restrictions, including social distancing rules and spas and salons being temporarily closed.
We’re all doing our part to stop the spread of COVID-19, which means #StayHome. In the meantime, what do we do with our gel nails? The removal process is, well, a process! That’s why most of us leave it to the skilled nail artists and technicians to deal with when we transition from an old polish job to a new one. Pandemic or not, nails are going to continue to grow, and if your manicure is on the brink of total collapse, it’s time to take removal matters into your own hands—and we’ll tell you how.
Gather a few supplies and follow the instructions below, as we walk you through removing your powder and shellac manicure at home 💅🏼
*Acetone can be very drying to your skin. It is important to remove any residue and apply moisturizer.
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