How do you remove acrylic nails without acetone?


To remove acrylic nails without acetone, you should dip your fingertips in alcohol or acetone-free lacquer remover for about half an hour. The two liquids help in breaking down the glue between the nails thus easy removal.
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Cut your acrylic nails down as far as possible. Use a cuticle
1. Fill one bowl with acetone solution and the other with plain old tap water. 2. Clip your nails to make them as short as possible. This will shorten the time it takes to remove
go get them taken off at the salon .
Acrylic or fake nails are applied on top of real nails using an adhesive especially made for this application. They are beautiful and worth the time it takes to get them applied.
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How to Remove Acrylic Nails Without Acetone
Acrylic nails look great when they're first done, but over time they begin to look dingy. Then again, who wants to spend so much time soaking them just to take them off? You can get your natural nails back without the boredom of soaking them for hours.... More »
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You can't remove acrylic nails without acetone. You can try it with nail polish remover, but it's tough. I tried it once and it took forever to soak the nails and remove them.
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