How To Remove Excess Gel Nail Polish From Cuticles

How To Remove Excess Gel Nail Polish From Cuticles

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably used gel nail polish at some point in your life. Even if you’ve never used it on your nails, you’ve probably used it on your cuticles. Gel nail polish is great because it lasts a long time, but it can also be bad because it can be hard to get off. In this blog post, we’re going to show you how to remove excess gel nail polish from your cuticles.

How to remove excess gel polish after curing

Soak a cotton ball in acetone.
Apply the acetone

Push the cotton ball against the cuticles, making sure to cover all of the nail
Allow the nails to dry completely before applying a new coat of polish.

soaked cotton ball to your nail.
Wrap your finger in foil.
Wait

Once you have soaked your cotton ball in acetone, close your cuticles around the soaked cotton ball.

Wrap your finger in foil and hold the cotton ball against the nail. Wait until the acetone has been absorbed by the cotton ball and the foil. Then, use a carefully-placed fingernail to pop the cotton ball free.

minutes.
Remove the foil and cotton ball.
Gently push back your cuticles.

1.Remove the foil and cotton ball
2.Gently push back your cuticles
3.Put a small amount of acetone ( nail polish remover) on your fingertip and dab it onto the cotton ball
4.Apply pressure to the cotton ball and rub it against the nail until the nail polish is removed
5.Wipe the acetone off your fingertip and your cuticles
6.Repeat if needed

Conclusion

If you have gel nail polish on your cuticles, it’s time to remove it. Gel polish is a type of polish that is thick and sticky. It can be difficult to get off your cuticles, especially if you don’t have any acetone or nail polish remover on hand. You can try using a cotton ball and some acetone or nail polish remover to remove the polish. Be sure to avoid getting the polish in your cuticles.

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