I’d love to report that this worked, but as you’ll see below it’s really not a successful removal if your finger nails HURT for ten minutes after ‘peeling’ this polish off. I am disappointed this didn’t work for me. But whatever, for those of you whom it worked for I am glad for you, I will just chalk it up to chemistry. I also had chipping on day one, so this method just was not my ‘holy grail’ as it might be for some of you ladies.
I tried to make it work, but it just isn’t meant to be for me. My nails ache and that’s no good. So it’s fingertip grippers for me! I shouldn’t have set up a whole nail polish bottle of glue darnit. I really wanted this to work. Now just because it didn’t work for me, doesn’t mean it won’t for you, I’ve seen it working for others, so try it and see but don’t go filling up a bottle of glue like I did until you are sure you want to do that. By day three I had four chipped nails and was ready to take it off.
As you can see not one of my nails peeled in a sheet and I did it the same way, using an orange wood stick, as Gina Soguesswhat11 did in the video I shared in my previous blog entry. If you did this method I’d love to hear if it worked for you or not. I seem to be in the minority as it seems to be working for most other people. This was two coats of Holiday Splendor from Color Club and one coat of Seche Vite. One coat obviously of the glue, but it just didn’t work out for me. Thanks for reading and happy polishing.