Shellac Removal

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Shellac Removal
The correct removal of Shella is just as important as the correct application. Here you will find everything you need to know about the removal of Shella

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shellac removal

The correct removal of Shellac Removal is just as important as the correct application. Here you will find everything you need to know about the removal of Shella
Shellac is a type of gel nail polish that is known for its long-lasting and durable finish. However, when it comes time to remove Shellac, it can be a bit more difficult than regular nail polish.

The best way to remove Shellac Removal is to visit a professional nail salon where they have the proper tools and techniques to remove the Shellac safely and efficiently. However, if you prefer to remove Shellac at home, here is a step-by-step guide:

Start by filing the top layer of the Shellac with a coarse nail file. This will help to break the surface of the polish and allow the remover to penetrate.

Soak a cotton ball in acetone nail polish remover and place it on the nail. Secure it with aluminum foil or a nail clip to keep it in place. Repeat this step on all the nails.

Let the nails soak for 10-15 minutes. During this time, the acetone will break down the Shellac.

Remove the aluminum foil or nail clip and gently push off the softened Shellac using a cuticle pusher or orangewood stick. Be careful not to scrape the nail surface.
Gather your supplies: acetone, cotton balls or pads, aluminum foil, and a nail file.

File the top layer of the shellac polish to break the seal and create a rough surface.

Soak a cotton ball or pad in acetone and place it onto the nail.

Wrap the nail in aluminum foil to keep the cotton ball or pad in place.

Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each nail.

Let the nails soak for 10-15 minutes.

Remove the aluminum foil and cotton ball or pad.