Caring for your nails after removal

Do you have beautiful gel, resin or capsule nails but you don’t know how to remove them? Don’t panic, the Maryton nail supply will give you some tips on how to file your nails, and then maintain them.

For nails with capsule

1. Cut: First of all, cut the capsule as short as possible to facilitate removal.

2. Soak: To dissolve the glue, soak your nails in a bowl of acetone for 15-20 minutes. You can also wrap your nails in cotton soaked in acetone, then close the cotton on the nail using aluminum foil.

3. Take off: Once the time has elapsed, dry your hands, or remove the aluminum foil and cotton, then gently remove the capsule from the nail using the cuticle pusher. Once the capsule has been removed, scrape the nail using the cuticle pusher to remove the glue residue.

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For gel nails

The only technique for removing gel nails is to sand or file the nail. To do this, use a coarse-grained nail file or an electric sander and file the nail. The objective is to remove the gel without damaging the nail plate.

For resin nails

1. File: First, file your nail with a coarse grain nail file to remove the first layer of semi-permanent varnish, or top coat gel

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2. Soak: As with the capsule, soak your nails in a bowl of acetone or surround your nails with cotton soaked in acetone, then leave on for 15 to 20 minutes.

3. Peel off: After the time has elapsed, dry your hands or remove the cotton balls from your nails. Gently peel off the resin with the cuticle pusher on your nail. File to remove the remains.

OK! Now you know everything you need to know caring for your nails after removal, bring your manicure kit and act now! It doesn’t matter if you don’t have nail tools. We have everything all you need.

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