Are you fond of wearing different shades of nail polishes and nail arts? If yes, then you must have been using nail polish removers to erase the nail paint. But little do you know that these nail paint removers contain a toxic substance ‘ acetone,’ which can cause serious damage to our health. If you do not have easy access to the nail paint remover or are simply trying not to use one, there are some affordable and safe ways to do it. Have a look at some of the easy and handy ways to remove the nail polish.
Dark nail color
Taken aback? Well it is true! If you have a deeper shade of nail paint than the one existing one, you can use it as a paint remover. Apply the darker paint to your already painted nails generously and immediately remove it off using cotton balls. Make sure to be quick in doing it so that the paint does not have sufficient time to get dried.
Love to wear perfume? Well, here we give you have another reason to buy them. Regular perfume will help you a lot in getting rid of your nail color. All you need to do is dip a cotton ball in a generous quantity of perfume and gently rub the painted nails with this. This requires not much pressure and one can get their nails paint-free instantly.
If you happen to find the bottle of your nail remover empty, consider the bottle of your body spray for the same purpose. Place the bottle in such a way that the nozzle remains just a few centimeters away from the nail. Now, spray it on your nails and slowly wipe off your nail color by using cotton ball. Repeat the same process for all other nails.
Much like the body spray, the hair too will be a great choice for removing the old color from the nails. Spray it on all of the nails and using a cotton swab rub gently. However, the hair spray can dry out your nails and result them to peel. So, you must wipe the sprat off the nails without any delay.
Vinegar and lemon juice mixture
Replace the acetone-filled polish remover with a very easy and simple home remedy which is safe. Take 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and mix 1 tablespoon of vinegar to this. Blend both well together. Then, dip a cotton swab into this mixture and gently rub the painted nails using this. Spending about 10 to 15 seconds on each nail will remove all the traces of the old polish efficiently.
Dry cloth and warm water
Take some warm water and put the fingers in it. Wait for the polish to soften enough (this should take about 20 minutes), and then, take out the fingers from the water. Using a dry cloth, gently rub the nails. The color will disappear.