A fresh manicure is a small but significant detail in a woman's look. It happens that even a recently applied varnish peels off at the wrong time, and you need to quickly correct the situation, but there is no acetone at hand. Impressive natures can be so upset that they are ready to cancel a business meeting or date because of this. Of course, you shouldn't do this, it's easier quickly remove varnish and, if desired, apply a new coating to the nails. Improvised means that can be found in every home will help in this.
White toothpaste will do a great job of cleaning varnish if you applied the coating recently and it has not yet dried properly. Using an old toothbrush, you need to thoroughly rub the nail plates, and the problem will be solved. Best of all, toothpaste with the addition of baking soda removes varnish, if you brush your teeth like this, consider yourself lucky.
There are probably alcohol-based products in your cosmetic bag or medicine cabinet. Hand sanitizer, plain rubbing alcohol, or eau de toilette can all be alternatives to nail polish remover.
If you still haven't found a suitable remedy, then you can use alcoholic beverages. Ordinary vodka or cognac is fine for this purpose. Immerse your nails in a bath of alcohol for a quarter of an hour, the varnish will soften and then you can clean it off with a cotton pad.
3. Lemon and peroxide
Lemon is often used in the household for cleaning various surfaces, so it will help to cope with the peeling varnish on the nails. It is enough to prepare a solution of 1 tablespoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice and the same amount of wine vinegar, then moisten cotton pads in a lemon solution, apply to nails, cover with foil on top. Leave in this position for a quarter of an hour. When you remove the foil by pressing the cotton pads a little against your nails, you will see that there is no polish left.
In a similar way, you can remove the varnish if you apply a mixture of hydrogen peroxide and water, prepared in a 2: 1 ratio, to your nails.
4. The wedge knocks out with a wedge
If suddenly you do not have any of the tools listed above, then try to remove the old varnish using another nail polish. The thing is that when fresh varnish gets on the painted nail, the lower layer softens. This happens quickly, until the top layer begins to "set", so for this purpose it is best to use fixing varnishes, which dry very slowly.
Video bonus: 6 life hacks, how to remove varnish without acetone
There is one more life hack for girls, how to erase any, even super-resistant varnish in a minute … It turns out that everything will be much easier if you paint your nails on a specially prepared base for manicure, and make it as easy as shelling pears.