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Remove semi-permanent varnish with an ordinary nail file

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There are several ways to remove semi-permanent varnish. You can remove it with a regular file, an electric file or you can soak your nails in remover. Today, the nail supply expert Maryton will reveal how to remove semi-permanent varnish with an ordinary nail file. Just keep reading!

To file the semi-permanent varnish manually, you must start with a 100/180 file. The 100 grit side of the file is used to remove the top layer (top coat and color) of artificial nails. Make short strokes while filing and constantly check the condition of the bottom layer. If the semi-permanent polish becomes thinner, it is best to switch to the 180 grit side of the nail file.

Double Sides Washable 100/180 Grit Emery Boards Nail Files
Double Sides Washable 100/180 Grit Emery Boards Nail Files

When you see that most of the artificial nails have been removed, take a nail buffer with a higher gradation to remove the rest of the manicure. By regularly changing files using a higher graduation each time, you reduce the risk of damaging the natural nail plate. The higher the graduation, the less the amount removed each time.

Hoping that this article has pleased you and will give you ideas! In addition, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure sets to care for your nails!


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