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... I am putting a clear, brush on nail glue over my natural nail to keep them from breaking while they grow. My only problem is that I do not know how to get it off my nails. ... (2 replies)
... soak the fingertip in polish remover till it all peels off. ... (1 replies)
... soak it in acetone, or acetone based polish remover. a softy 240 grit block will help to, but dont get to aggressive with your filling. (1 replies)

Nail Bed Crack!!!
Jul 14, 2008
... re turning yellow. She advised that I could take them off my self by cutting them very short and applying acetone. So I did this and on my left hand, my middle nail cracked right up the middle when I cut it with a nail clipper. ... (1 replies)
... of them off in a days time, right down to the quick. That made me start wanting to bite them again. And my friends wedding was coming up. That's when I just used nail glue and glued a set on top of my nails, as a temporary fix. They look fine and keep my fingernails out of my mouth. ... (3 replies)
... I have used nail polish remover on them. And I had fake press on toenails on and I noticed the glue dried my nails out. Maybe that was it. ... (5 replies)
... on nail glue. It smells like Superglue but goes on with a brush. Easier to do than Superglue, works okay. ... (3 replies)
... It is IBD Gel Resin for wraps and can be used as a stand alone product, but you will also need to buy a spray can of Hurry Up glue dryer. ... (4 replies)
... Gel cannot be removed by soaking in remover like acrylic can. The molecules do not allow the remover to penetrate their structure and break the links. ... (5 replies)




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