With the proper cleaning, gel nail brushes can look new, and gel nails can be removed effortlessly. Gel nails are smooth, beautiful artificial nails similar to acrylic nails. Unlike acrylic nails, gel nails are healthier, long lasting and flexible. Since gel nails are applied at a salon, most believe that they have to go to a salon to remove them. However, these artificial nails can be removed easily at home.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Small bowl
- Acetone nail polish remover
- Cotton ball
Choose a location with good ventilation. It is best to remove gel nails from your nails and brushes outside. If you are not able to go outside, sit by an open window. Make sure the room has vents.
Fill a small bowl with acetone nail polish remover.
Put your fingernails in the bowl. Within 10 minutes, you will notice an odour. This is caused by the acetone and the gel nails mixing.
Remove your hands from the bowl. The gel nails will be soft and sticky. Begin pulling at the gel nails to remove them. Repeat this until they are all removed.
Soak a cotton ball in nail polish remover. Rub it against your nails to remove any residue.
Removing Gel Nails
Soak a cotton ball in acetone nail polish remover.
Wipe off the bristles of the nail gel brush. Repeat this immediately after every use.
Dry the brush, and keep it out of the sunlight. The sunlight can damage the bristles and harden any gel nail residue.
Lay the brush in a closed container horizontally.
Removing Gel Nails from Brushes
Tips and warnings
- Moisturise your nails well after removing gel nails.
- Do not allow the gel nails to stay on the bristles for too long. If it hardens, it will be difficult to remove with acetone nail polish remover.
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