Removing a semi-permanent French manicure

Removing the semi-permanent varnish or the semi-permanent French requires some attention. Today, your nail supply expert Maryton will explain to you. Let’s go around.

To avoid tearing or scratching the nail, you can call on a beautician who will take all possible precautions to protect your skin before taking care of the varnish. A simple finger bath can also be done to slightly soften the nail. The next step is the polishing of the nails and the wrapping of each finger in a cotton soaked in acetone as well as an aluminum foil.

There are professionals who suggest, to remove the semi-permanent varnish, to soak the nails in a bowl of acetone. The product then softens and can be removed easily with a wooden stick. And it is important to know that the permanent varnish shouldn’t be kept for too long a period.

You can also take care of the removal of your varnish at home. For this, you must use a bottle of special solvent which is none other than acetone. Apply acetone directly to your nails and wait for a while, and you may find that the permanent nail polish will come off automatically. 

To remove your nail polish gently, it is strongly recommended to use a natural solvent. In addition, you also need a gentle manicure set to take care of your nails on a daily basis.

Read also: The Application Of The Semi-Permanent French Manicure

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