Gel nails are a popular and trendy nail option, but like all things in life, they come with a downside. Gel nails can be removed with regular nail polish removers, but the removal process can be difficult and leave your nails feeling rough. To fix nails after gel removal, follow these steps:
1. Apply a moisturizing base coat to your nails.
2. Apply a thin layer of regular nail polish remover to your nails.
3. Gently rub the remover until it is completely dissolved.
4. Apply a second layer of nail polish remover to your nails and continue rubbing until the polish is completely gone.
5. Allow the nails to dry completely.
How to Re- Seal Your Natural Nails After Gel Nail Removal Damage
Start by trimming your nails.
Now that the gel has been removed, your nails should be trimmed to the same length. Make sure the nails are facing the same direction, and use a straight edge or aufsching tool to trim the nails evenly. Make sure not to cut too much off the nail, as this can cause it to grow back thicker and unevenly.
Next, file your nails to smooth out any rough edges.
- File your nails to smooth out any rough edges. This will help your nails to look their best when you put your gel back on.
2. Apply a thin coat of gel to your nails.
3. Wait until the gel is fully dry before you put your nails back in your nail polish.
4. Apply your desired nail polish.
Then, use a cuticle pusher to push back your cuticles.
Next, use a nail file to smooth any rough edges on the nails. Work from the base of the nail towards the tip. Be sure to use a light filing motion to avoid splitting the nail.
Next, use a cuticle pusher to push back your cuticles.
To avoid staining your nails, use a nail polish remover that is safe for nails. Gently remove any polish residue with the remover. Be sure to wait until the nails are completely dry before applying any new polish.
And that’s it! You’ve successfully fixed your nails after gel removal.
Next, use a nail buffer to buff your nails and create a smooth surface.
- Buff your nails with a nail buffer to create a smooth surface.
2. Apply a thin layer of a base coat to your nails.
3. Apply a thin layer of a gel-like polish to your nails.
4. Apply a thin layer of a top coat to your nails.
5. Wait one to two minutes before removing your nails.
6. Remove your nails with a nail file or a nail buffer.
Finally, apply a nourishing nail polish or treatment to help your nails recover from the gel removal process.
Nails that have been gel removed may be in need of some TLC before they can be left alone. Applying a nourishing nail polish or treatment can help the nails recover quickly. Applying a base coat and top coat will help to protect the nails and make them stronger. Nail lacquer can also be a great option for those who want to have long-lasting nails. Applying a layer of lacquer after the gel removal process can help to lock in the new nails and make them last.
Nails after gel removal can look damaged and stained. There are a few ways to fix them. One way is to soak your nails in a bowl of warm water and soap for a few minutes. You can also use a nail polish remover to clean your nails. Another way is to use a clear nail polish to cover your nails and then seal the polish with a top coat. Finally, you can use a file to smooth out your nails.