How-to: remove gel polish at home
I know quite a few people who refuse to get a gel polish manicure simply because they don’t want to head back into the salon just to have them removed two weeks later.
I also have far too many friends who pick off their gel polish when they’ve had enough.
Pick. Off. The. Polish. The sheer blasphemy of it is enough to send me to an early grave.
If you’re someone that falls into either of these two categories, then you’ll be pleased to hear that there is an easy-peasy solution to all of this. The kind of solution that means everyone can enjoy the gloriousness of a gel manicure without having to worry about a trip to the salon or damaged and weak nails. Hooray!
“What is this magical solution?” I hear you ask.
Learning the art of removing gel polish in the comfort of your own home - it’s quick, it’s easy, and it’s super-effective.
Watch the video above to learn how you can remove your gel polish without even having to step beyond your front door.
The SensatioNail Removal Kit contains all the bits and pieces you need to make the whole process as easy as possible. If you’d like to use some items from your own home, we recommend these for the soaking process:
- aluminium foil
- cotton balls or pads
Extra tip: If you still have some gel residue after using the Removal Tool or a wooden manicure stick, repeat the step where you apply the acetone-soaked cotton pad to your nails and allow the polish to absorb the acetone. Then, use the Removal Tool to remove the rest.
Have you ever removed your gel polish at home? Do you have any tips for anyone else looking to remove their gel polish at home?