Monday , November 20 2017

Best Ways to Remove Nail Polish Without Using Remover

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Many women are addicted to nail polish and they love to regularly change the color of their nails. So they are always in need for nail polish removers. Nail polish removers contain harsh chemicals that can cause your nails to dry and at the same time you need to buy high-quality nail polish removers which will be something costly especially as they are frequently used. So, if you are one of those ladies who love to follow all the new trends in the manicure fashion and you like to experience new colors every day, a homemade nail polish remover can be a perfect alternative for you. Your house contains many ingredients that can be used for removing nail polish. Here are some of the things that are found in your house and can be used for removing nail polish effectively.

Citrus Soak:
Bring any kind of citrus fruits (such as lemon, orange, or lime), squeeze the juice from the fruit and add it to an equal amount of vinegar to cover your nails. All kinds of vinegar contain acetic acid as a main component making any vinegar a non-toxic option for removing polish. Put your tips into a bowl that contains citrus-vinegar mixture for a few minutes, then wipe each nail with a cotton ball.

If the nail polish didn’t get removed, dip the cotton into the mixture and hold it on the nail. This procedure can require many attempts to ensure that the polish is entirely removed.
Perfume: You can use your perfume as a way to remove your nail polish as it contains acetone which is basically used in commercial nail polish removers. Spray few drops of perfume on a cotton swab, and wipe off the nail polish.

Nail Polish:
Find any bottle of nail polish, paint your nail with a thick coat of the new nail polish and immediately wipe it off before it dries. You will find that both the new and the old polish have been removed.

Hairspray or Mousse: The chemicals in both of them have the ability to remove many stains including manicure. Spray a cotton swab with a small amount of hairspray and rub over your nails. If there any remaining traces of polish, repeat this procedure a few times until all traces are gone.

Toothpaste: Using tooth paste is an effective way to remove nail polish and it also available in every house. Apply a small amount of toothpaste on your nails, then wipe it off with cotton, and see the old nail polish coming off the nails with the paste.

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Best Ways to Remove Nail Polish Without Using Remover

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