Anything is just possible. It’s possible you are so calculated and meticulous to know the ideal time to shop for your needs, but one thing or the other could limit you to such routine. It could be lack of time, money or availability of products.
Finding yourself in a situation where you would like to remove an old layer of nail polish, either to apply a new one or to rock bare nails, only to realize that you are out of remover, is something that could happen to anyone. Well, since your nail polish isn’t available, necessity becomes the mother of inventions. You just have to make do with what you have, just to remove your nail polish.
These are some of the handy things you need in order to remove your nail polish without the nail polish remover;
1. Alcohol based products: Use these products which could also be called household products such as perfume, hair spray, hand sanitizer, spray-on deodorant, rubbing alcohol.
2.Basic toothpaste: Use this to scrub away polish. A dollop of toothpaste is all you need. Then start scrubbing with an old toothbrush or a paper towel. In general, white toothpastes work best as they lift and pull the color off your nail.
3.White vinegar or vinegar solution mixed with lemon juice: Fight nail polish by squeezing half a lemon, or even some orange juice in vinegar. Soak your fingers for ten to fifteen minutes before trying to remove. Pick away the polish with your other nails to speed it along as they soak.
4.Nail polish: Select another nail polish that will not dry too quickly. Applying the second coat effectively softens these same solvents as it allows the polish to return to a liquid state and be wiped away.
Give it a try!
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