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It is important to remove your gel manicures properly to keep your natural nails healthy. Here's 3 mistakes to avoid when removing gel at home.
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File off the top coat (the shiny layer) of your gel polish. Use your thumb to pull back the skin on the sides of the nails to avoid filing the skin.
It is important to use light pressure. Let the file do the work. File in one direction only.
You can also use an electric nail file with a sanding bit as well if you have one. It's much faster but requires more skill not to file too much and damage the natural nail. If it's your first time, operate on a lower speed until you're comfortable using it. Only use it to file off the top coat, not all of the gel.
When you're done, the gel should look dull.
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