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How to Remove Acrylic from Fingertips

Acrylic nails give our hands a well polished and a professional look. These are advisable especially to those who are nail biters and those who have weak nails. But sometimes, if not removed properly, they damage the natural nails. If you have grown tired of these artificial nails and want to remove them, you must do it properly with a little patience. You can do it at home to minimize the expenses of going into the salon getting it done professionally. Although there are different types of acrylic nails such as EMA, MMA, fiberglass and others, the process of removing them is almost the same but differs in the amount of time doing it. Here is how to remove acrylic...

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How to Remove Calgel Nails

Calgel nails are thin, gel coatings applied to the surface of your nails so they will look as natural as possible. Calgel nails should only be applied by professional nail technicians. Nail treatments usually last for at least three to five weeks. There are around 70 different kinds of colors that you could choose from in Calgel nail system. You can change the color or design of your nails easily. However Calgel NYC recommends that only trained professionals should removed your nails. But if you want to save money and time going to a nail salon, here are few easy steps on how you can remove Calgel nails by yourself. These are not the ordinary steps you use when you...

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8 Key Tips on How to Buff Nails with a Buffer

Busy people don’t always have time for manicures and pedicures. Buffing the nails is a good alternative for this. The use of handheld buffer can give your fingernails a smooth and shiny look. Disposable buffers are cheap and can easily be found at the department stores or in pharmacies and even in beauty supply stores. Before your buffing treatment, prepare your nails first by shaping them. Here are some tips on how to buff your nails with a buffer. ip #1: Preparation is Important Prepare the things that you need like nail polish remover, nail clipper, buffer, emery board, beeswax and cotton balls. You have to make sure you will remove nail polish first before you go to the next...

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How to Make Nail Glue

Most women want their nails to look good since this will show that they are well maintained, neat and have good hygiene. A broken, chipped nail is unsightly and can give a bad impression. Women hate to have their nails broken because they need to go to the salon again and pay to let their nails be fixed. Instead of paying $3-$5 to repair a broken nail by a nail technician, you can make your own nail glue to fix it yourself. This will save you both time and money. You just need a few things that are commonly found at your home. Here are steps on how to make nail glue. Step # 1: Recognize the advantages of making...

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How to Remove UV Gels from Nails

UV gel nails are part of the list of the most used artificial nails that look great at special occasions. However, most women are uncertain on how to remove them properly. Once the nails start growing, the UV gel nails look like they have been neglected and messy. That’s why some women even peel or break them off which result to weak and brittle nails. To prevent this to happen, follow these steps on how to remove UV gel nails the proper way. Step # 1: Prepare the following: You will need a gel remover, 240-grit file, orange wood stick and a nail conditioning oil or lotion. Then you can proceed to other essentials in the process. Step # 2:...

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