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Removal guide

  1. Start with Buffing: Gently buff off the top coat to break the seal, ensuring easier removal of the underlying product.
  2. Dust Removal: Brush away any dust resulting from the buffing to keep the area clean.
  3. Initial Acetone Application: Use a lint-free pad soaked in acetone to wipe over the nails, beginning the breakdown of the nail product.
  4. Prepare Soaking Bowls: Fill one bowl with hot water and a second bowl with 100% pure acetone. Place the acetone bowl over the hot water bowl to warm the acetone for more effective removal.
  5. Add Cuticle Oil for Sensitive Nails: Optionally, add a few drops of cuticle oil to the acetone to protect and hydrate the skin around the nails during soaking.
  6. Soaking: Soak the nails in the warm acetone for about 10 minutes, allowing the product to dissolve.
  7. Scraping Off the Product: Remove the nails from the acetone and gently scrape away the lifted product using a scraping tool.
  8. Repeat if Necessary: If the product remains, continue soaking and scraping until the nails are clean.
  9. Buffing the Nail Plate: Once all the product is removed, gently buff the nail plate with a premier gel buffing block to smooth out the surface.
  10. Filing: Use a premier 180 grit file to shape the free edge of the nails.
  11. Rehydration: Finally, apply cuticle oil and moisturiser to the nails and surrounding skin to rehydrate and nourish after the removal process.