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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1. Wait until the nails are grown out enough that your natural nails show more than the acrylics. 2. Cut your acrylic nails down as far as possible using an acrylic nail clipper.
If you pry them off they do can buy acetone acrylic nail remover over the counter now at places like Wal-Mart.for under 3 bucks.clip your nails down and soak them like they
Removing acrylic nails is no easy feat. The best method to use, without going to a salon for their help, is to soak your nails in remover that contains acetone. Do this for a while
Cut your acrylic nails down as far as possible. Use a cuticle
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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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