Nail art designs, especially the ones using glitter nail polish, always look so gorgeous, but removing them can be a pain in the neck. Unlike regular polish, they tend to leave glitter remnants all over the place. Learn how to remove them easily and without hassle here!
Easiest Way To Remove Glitter Nail Polish
I love glitter nail polish! Especially when it makes my nail art design become extra special. Like glitter makeup, it makes your overall look even more amazing. However, the nightmare begins when it’s time to remove them. They tend to get on everything when I use nail polish remover or regular acetone.
Later on, I learned to wrap my nails in foil with an acetone-soaked cotton ball. The polish, when soaked for in the solution for a few minutes, becomes soft enough to rub off. Although this method is effective, it requires a bit more effort than normal.
Thankfully, Nail Aid has come up with a product that will easily remove stubborn polishes, including glitter nail polish. This Christmas season, everything will be covered in glitter – gifts, decorations, outfits, and makeup! Come the end of the holidays, you’ll find this tutorial very efficient.
Here’s how to remove your glitter nail polish easily!
What you’ll need to remove glitter nail polish faster:
- No Rub by Nail Aid
- Cotton ball or pad
Step 1: Dip It In
Before, I had to prepare strips of foil and cotton balls just to remove my glitter nail polish. With Nail Aid’s No-Rub formula, you don’t need to prepare anything else. You just have to dip your finger into the pink gel. After dipping, remember to securely close the jar. You can use this same product for other things.
Step 2: Wait For 4 Minutes
Once you’ve dipped your finger into the solution, wait for 4 minutes. This will allow the nail polish to soften enough for removal later on. You can dip all five fingers into the solution at the same time but I suggest you do one finger at a time.
Step 3: Remove With Cotton Ball
After 4 minutes, use a cotton ball to wipe off the glitter nail polish. If there’s still some excess polish left, you can wash it off with running water. You’ll be left with clean nails without any hassle.
Watch the full tutorial from Cute Polish below!
Of course, there are other ways to remove glitter nail polish but buying No Rub by Nail Aid can be an investment especially if you love nail art like me. The entire bottle is good for several uses. Just remember to always close the bottle tightly after every use. Now you can experiment on your nail art all you want!
Interested in gel polish but find the removal too expensive, try this method to take them off at home.
Pair your glitter nails this holiday season with this amazing cutout dress.