Sometimes, the nail polish remover simply disappears, just when we need it the most. To avoid going out with a messy manicure in situations like these, we bring you a few simple tricks, which will help you remove the nail polish without remover. Just remember, even though effective, these methods should not be repeated frequently.
Spray a little bit of deodorant on your nails, wait for 10 to 15 seconds, and start wiping them with cotton pads. Most probably, you won’t be able to get it all out during your first attempt. Thus, repeat the procedure until you remove the nail varnish completely.
Mix three to four tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide in a half glass of warm water. Dip your nails into the resulting solution and keep them for about a minute or two. Using a cotton pad, gently wipe your nails, and then rinse them well under running water. If necessary, repeat the procedure until the nail varnish comes off.
Put a little bit of this product on your nails and gently rub them. Leave the toothpaste on your nails for about ten minutes, and then start wiping. Once finished, rinse them under running water. You can also mix the toothpaste with a little bit of baking soda, and then apply it on the nail polish. This blend is a very popular natural cleaning solution.
Yep, that’s right! Use nail polish to remove nail polish!
Apply another layer of nail polish, the same as the one you already have on your nails. Wait for about 10 to 15 seconds, and then wipe it with a cotton pad. Most probably, you’ll have to repeat the procedure two or three times to completely remove the nail varnish. If you have used a darker nail varnish, when you remove the most of it, it’s best to apply a transparent or neutral nail varnish, and then wipe it. This will help you to remove the stains from your nails.