How to Remove

How to remove nails applied with glue

Method 1: This method is best for older nails (worn for 7+ days). The longer the press-ons are worn, the weaker the glue becomes. After about 7-8 days they should be removable by soaking them in warm soapy water mixed with oil and gently pushing with the provided cuticle stick. This method allows for reuse of the nails in the future.

Method 2: This method is for nails that have been applied more recently, and still have strong adhesion.

Step 1: File surface of nails until all shine has been removed.

Step 2: Add acetone (enough to cover your finger tips), 1 Tbsp of dish soap, and 1 Tbsp of cooking oil (vegetable, olive, coconut) to a bowl. Soak nails until they are soft. The oil especially helps with breaking down the glue.

Step 3: Using pink cuticle pusher provided, scrape until all soft product has been removed. repeat steps 2 and 3 as necessary (until all product has been removed)

You may find that the press on has loosened before you had the chance to scrape, as long as there is 0 pain or pressure on your natural nail, then it is safe to pop off. If it has begun lifting from the nail plate like this, but has not popped off, soak it for 5 to 10 more minutes and then remove it gently.

Disclaimer: This method does not generally allow for reuse of the press on nails due to the acetone.

Method 1: (video tutorial)

How to remove nails applied with glue tabs

Fill a bowl with water and a few Tbsp of dish soap. Soak nails for 10-20 minutes. Nails should begin lifting from your natural nail and should pop off with ease. If the press on nails are not coming off with gentle nudging of the cuticle stick, then soak them for an additional 5 minutes. Continue until all nails have been safely removed.

After all nails have been removed, use the sharp/ pointed end of the cuticle stick to remove the glue tabs from the nail.

If all instructions were followed, then the press on nails should be reusable.