How To Remove Broken Acrylic Nails Without Pain

How To Remove Broken Acrylic Nails Without Pain

Do you have broken acrylic nails that need to be removed? No problem! This article will show you how to remove them painlessly and without any special tools.

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Removing your acrylic nails at home

If you have broken acrylic nails, then you may be surprised to know that they can be removed at home without too much pain. You will need acetone (nail polish remover), a cotton ball, and a pair of scissors.

1. Make a small hole in the bottom of the cotton ball.

2. Apply a small amount of acetone to the nail.

3. Gently insert the cotton ball into the hole on the bottom of the ball, and then hold it against the nail.

4. Use the scissors to cut the cotton ball away from the nail.

What you’ll need

-Acrylic nails
-Scissors
-Tweezers
-Cotton balls
-Superglue
-Hot water
-Soap
-Razor
-Hair dryer
-Paint supplies
-Sandpaper
-File
-Sandpaper block

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1. Soak a cotton ball in hot water and place it on the broken nail.

  1. Hold the nail with tweezers and apply pressure to the cotton ball to adhere it to the nail.
  2. Wait 10 minutes, then remove the cotton ball and file the nail.
  3. Repeat steps 1-3 until all the nails are repaired.

    5. Cure the nails with superglue and let them dry.

    6. Paint the nails with a light color.

  4. Cut a small piece of sandpaper and shape it into a block.
  5. File the edges of the sandpaper block to create a rough edge.
  6. Apply the sandpaper block to the nail, making sure to press hard enough to create a smooth surface.
    10. Wait 10 minutes, then remove the sandpaper and file the nail again.
    11. Repeat steps 9-10 until the nail is smooth.

Step Soak

The first step is to soak your nails in a bowl of warm water. This will soften the acrylic and make it easier to remove.

Wet the tip of a nail file or buffer with water and use it to smooth down the broken end of the acrylic nail. File in a circular motion to avoid filing through the acrylic. Repeat with the other nails.

Use a standard nail polish remover to remove the polish from the nails. Be careful not to get any of the acrylic on the remover.

Step Clip

1.Clean the nails

  1. Fill a bowl with lukewarm water and add baking soda
  2. Soak the nails for 10 minutes
  3. Remove the nails from the water and dry them
  4. Apply acetone to a cotton ball and apply to the nail
  5. Hold the nail in place for 1 minute
  6. Remove the cotton ball and the nails
  7. Repeat Steps 5-7 for all nails
  8. File the nails

    You now have acrylic nails that are free of any broken or chipped nails!

Step File

  1. If the acrylic nail is cracked, File it down to the thin layer of acrylic.
  2. If the acrylic nail is broken, You will need to remove the broken pieces.

    1. If the acrylic nail is cracked, File it down to the thin layer of acrylic.

  3. If the acrylic nail is broken, You will need to remove the broken pieces.

Step Finish

  1. Gently remove the broken acrylic nails using a pair of tweezers. Hold the broken nail between the tweezers and gently pull outwards. Do not pull towards the skin.

    2. If the broken nail is very large or contains shards of acrylic, you may need to remove it in pieces. Use a pair of scissors to cut the nail into small pieces. Gently remove the pieces of the nail with tweezers.

    3. Wash your hands thoroughly after removing the broken acrylic nails.

Conclusion

If you’re like many people, you love the look of acrylic nails but hate the hassle and pain of having to remove them every time they break. Here are some tips on how to remove acrylic nails without pain:

1. Use a nail file to remove the broken pieces of acrylic nail.

2. Use a nail glue to attach a new piece of acrylic nail to the broken piece.

3. Use a file to smooth down the newly attached acrylic nail.

4. Use a 220-grit sandpaper to remove the remaining glue residue.

5. Use a clear nail polish to cover the newly attached acrylic nail.

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