Remove gel nails at home

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    I stopped fixing my nails at the salon quite a long time ago, 3 months ago to be exact.

    (In other words, my blog discount I had for you at that salon no longer applies, I still get questions about it sometimes, namely. But now you know!)

    And since I did not remove the last nails at the salon, but had them as long as possible, I now thought I would show you what my nails look like today. For from yesterday because my nails are completely naked from gel and extension !!

    I have painted them in my currently favorite color dark pink, but apart from the nail polish, they are completely neutral! :)


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    Long and nice huh ?? The nail polish is Paese Nail Polish in shade 105.

    How did I do then, you're probably wondering now. In the beginning, I filed the nails a lot to both shorten them and get a nice shape. When I got more outgrown, I smoothed out the edge with gel polish from Depend, which I have left since before I started with salon nails.

    And so I have been doing until yesterday when I got tired, and when I peeled a little at the edges of the Dependlacket which sat for a very long time, I got up an edge to pull in and then I could pull everything off in large pieces. And then the last of the salon gel came along too!

    There were 10 whole and nice nails left, a little worn on the surface but still strong :) And after a little polishing and varnishing, they are now this nice!

    Before I started with salon nails, I could never get long nails, they were so thin that they were almost transparent, very soft and sliced easily as well. I do not actually know why they are holding up so well right now, maybe because they have been resting under gel for a year, or because I have become 100% better at lubricating the cuticles, perhaps. Any of you who have a theory?

    But you do not know, it may not be long at all until everyone has gone off and become short again;)

    At least right now I enjoy that they are so heavenly beautiful!

    Hug you and have a nice day! ♥

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    Helena Amiley
    Helena Amiley
    I write mostly about beauty but also offer glimpses from the entrepreneurial life and the construction of our own camper van. Vanlife here we come!


    1. Having artificial nails can wear a lot on the natural nail if you do not take care of them, so I guess the lubrication has a big part in it;) You have to oil, oil, oil. However, I do not think you should remove the gel at home. It can really ruin the nail if you do not know what to do. You often wear off too many layers of the nail. It usually does not cost that much to remove the material at the salon you go to, so I would recommend! =) And as I said: oil, oil, oil! So they stay strong =)

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