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How To Remove Your Nail Polish In Less Than 5 Mins With Only ONE Cotton Ball

posted in Beauty > Nails
12/28/2013
  • You will need nail polish remover and cotton balls. They have to be BALLS. Not buds, not tissues.
    You will need nail polish remover and cotton balls. They have to be BALLS. Not buds, not tissues.
  • Now grab your ball. They're so fluffy. you can unravel it into a strip.
    Now grab your ball. They're so fluffy. you can unravel it into a strip.
  • t should come apart easily as the ball itself is produced by rolling a strip like a snail shell.
    t should come apart easily as the ball itself is produced by rolling a strip like a snail shell.
  • Split your strip down the middle vertically into 2 strips. I am saving you money!
    Split your strip down the middle vertically into 2 strips. I am saving you money!
  • You can continue to split but I like mine with a little bulk. So now tear them into little pieces that are nail-sized. No need to be neat since this is all going to go into the rubbish bin anyway.
    You can continue to split but I like mine with a little bulk. So now tear them into little pieces that are nail-sized. No need to be neat since this is all going to go into the rubbish bin anyway.
  • Keep tearing until you have a lot. I usually have 12-15 pieces. 10 for my nails and the others for wiping and cleaning up any bits of nail polish left behind.
    Keep tearing until you have a lot. I usually have 12-15 pieces. 10 for my nails and the others for wiping and cleaning up any bits of nail polish left behind.
  • Now you have the cotton pieces ready. Get your nail polish remover and pour it into the lid and fill it up like so.
    Now you have the cotton pieces ready. Get your nail polish remover and pour it into the lid and fill it up like so.
  • Now take one of those cotton pieces (let's call it CP) and dip it into the remover. Don't dunk it in. Just dip in the edge because the remover will travel up the CP. Too much remover on the CP will dribble like crazy when you're pressing the CP onto your nail.
    Now take one of those cotton pieces (let's call it CP) and dip it into the remover. Don't dunk it in. Just dip in the edge because the remover will travel up the CP. Too much remover on the CP will dribble like crazy when you're pressing the CP onto your nail.
  • ress the wet CP onto your nail gently. It should be completely wet and cover your entire nail.
    ress the wet CP onto your nail gently. It should be completely wet and cover your entire nail.
  • Do the same for all the other fingers. I like to do mine one hand at a time because I need the other hand to wipe the CP off.
    Do the same for all the other fingers. I like to do mine one hand at a time because I need the other hand to wipe the CP off.
  • Leave them on your nails for 1-2 minutes, give or take. That's the time where the remover is doing its job. This is similar to soaking your nails in remover but a lot less harsh on your skin. You nails will not absorb the remover. grab a new piece of CP and wipe off the wet CP from your nail while
    Leave them on your nails for 1-2 minutes, give or take. That's the time where the remover is doing its job. This is similar to soaking your nails in remover but a lot less harsh on your skin. You nails will not absorb the remover. grab a new piece of CP and wipe off the wet CP from your nail while
  • grab a new piece of CP and wipe off the wet CP from your nail while pressing down with some force, from nail bed to tip. If you do it correctly, almost everything (if not everything) should come right off your nails.
    grab a new piece of CP and wipe off the wet CP from your nail while pressing down with some force, from nail bed to tip. If you do it correctly, almost everything (if not everything) should come right off your nails.
  • I only have some polishes remaining on the sides because my thumb is flat, not curved like my nails, so I couldn't apply enough force to wipe the sides. Now repeat this for all the other nails.
    I only have some polishes remaining on the sides because my thumb is flat, not curved like my nails, so I couldn't apply enough force to wipe the sides. Now repeat this for all the other nails.

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