Chip off the Old Nail: 4 Easy Ways to Get Rid of Old Polish
Chipped nail polish? Ain't nobody got time for that! Nail polish removal doesn't have to be the unpleasant experience we've all become accustom to. Rub away old nail lacquer with convenient pads or peel off your polish. We've got four effortless ways to swipe off the shellac.
Ditch the stink of nail polish remover with these cute orange scented pads. Keep them in your purse or stash them in your car to erase chipped polish!
Quit fussing with sopping wet cotton balls and wick away old polish in a snap with this unique polish removal system. Simply stick your finger into the hole, twist and relish your clean nails.
Tip: Cut a hole large enough for your finger in a sponge, then place it in a jar. Soak the sponge with your favorite nail polish remover for your own DIY nail polish remover jar.
Glitter nail polish is a great way to add some glamour to your tips, but it doesn't budge against nail polish remover. Remove stubborn sparkles with aluminum foil, acetone and cotton pads.
Step 1: Soak ripped cotton pads in acetone and place them on each nail.
Step 2: Wrap each fingertip in aluminum foil, being sure to squeeze the foil around the nail to ensure contact with cotton and glitter polish.
Step 3: Wait 20 minutes then remove the foil.
Step 4: Wick away varnish with cotton.
Step 5: Wash hands and work a hydrating oil into the cuticles.
Tip: To Easily remove glitter polish paint the glitter onto your shiny topcoat instead of directly onto the nail.
4. Paint & Peel
If you're the type to easily tire of your polish, you will love the Sula's Paint & Peel polish. Swipe on a couple coats of your desired color and simply peel it off when you're ready for a change without the reek of nail polish remover.