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How To Remove Gelish Nails Tutorial

How to remove Gelish Nails

Are you in love with the new nail product Gelish? Gelish gives you a 14 day manicure that looks flawless for the entire time. No chips, smudges, peeling, or cracks. Women love the product.

What Happens After 14 Days?

After the 14 days are up it is time to remove the Gelish Nails. At this time do not pick the nails off. This can damage the nails and it is a lot harder than the system’s removal method. It should only take 10 – 20 minutes to remove all of your Gelish Nails. It is really easy and you can do it from your own home.

Did this how to remove Gelish Nails tutorial answer all your removal questions?

Steps To Removing Gelish Nails

  1. File the top layer of the Gelish Nails.
  2. Place a cotton ball soaked in acetone on each of the fingers and wrap them with tin foil.
  3. Let them soak for 10 minutes.
  4. After 10 minutes twist and pull off the cotton balls.
  5. Remove any of the remainder Gelish with an orange wood stick.
  6. Apply a cuticle oil or cream to help the cuticles and skin around the nails to remain moist and healthy.

2 Responses to How To Remove Gelish Nails

  1. Erin on October 9, 2012 at 2:27 am

    Thanks for this… so, I bought some gellish and I kept getting it on my fingers (kept seeping to the sides), when I”m usually pretty good at painting my own nails, I made a mess & couldn”t get it off my fingers too easily… any tips on how to make sure you don”t get it on your skin or getting it off your skin if you do get some on it?

    • Jocelyn
      polishpedia on October 9, 2012 at 8:48 am

      Erin,\r\n\r\nI do have a few basic tips for you.\r\n\r\n1. Make sure you have cleaned up your cuticles with a curette so that polish cannot easily get on them.\r\n\r\n2. Make sure you do really thin layers of Gelish. (This should prevent it from seeping down the sides)\r\n\r\n3. To get it off of your skin I usually use either my own nails or a orange wood stick dipped in acetone.\r\n\r\nI hope this helps.\r\n\r\n~Jocelyn (Nail Artist @ Polishpedia)

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