Ssshh!!! Here’s The Secret to Remove Bright Nail Paints Without Staining Your Fingers

You are smart, sexy, bold & an accomplished Girl & keeping your nail manicured & painted all the times is a habit for you, right! You love all the colors from Red, Pinks, Hot Pinks, Black, Navy, Glittered… almost every color you would want to try and love flaunting it. And, the fact is, that we can’t deny the Oomph it gives to your personality and that’s how they have become a part of your nail-paints collection.

Especially when it comes to Red  & Black Nail Polish, it’s all fun, chic & sexy until we have to remove it. Phewww!!! Red, Black, Navy, Fuchsia, Hot Pinks—pretty much every color (other than nude and pale pinks) are like a nightmare when it comes to removing. 

It’s always messy and it always leaves behind evidence the manicure you’re trying to erase. At least that’s the case if you’re not using this method to remove your nail polish. Scroll down to see a smarter way to remove bright nail polish, trust me every stain of it without messing around!


Products You Need:

Cuticle Oil or Lip Balm

Nail Polish Remover
A cotton ball (not a cotton pad)
 
The Simple Process:
Its absolutely a simple process.
 
First Things First 
Apply a generous layer of cuticle oil or lip balm around each nail. It’ll act as a barrier, preventing the color from staining your skin when you start removing the polish. 
Step 2:
You just saturate a cotton ball in nail polish remover (use one with acetone for best results), tear off small pieces—just big enough to cover each nail, place one piece on each nail, and let that layer of cotton sit on your nails for 1-2 minutes. 
When the time is up, take what’s left of the cotton ball, press down at the base of your nail (use some pressure here), and slide it down your nail—cuticle to tip
The polish will come off in one swipe—like magic & it is a tried & tested trick which I am sharing with you

Use a clean portion of the cotton ball for each nail. You should be able to do one hand with just two cotton balls.  

Image Source: byrdie.com

Do let me know in comments if you will try this stain-preventing method next time
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