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Whenever comes an important occasion where we have to align the color of nails with our dress, our nail paint remover ditches us. In such cases, forceful peeling off nail paints could make your nails dry and even have tiny scratches on them. For such days of crisis, here are the alternatives you can try to remove that patched nail paint. Have a look
Let’s admit it, no matter how organized we are we cannot find a few when needed the most. They magically disappear or we ran out of it. For instance, nail paint removers. Whenever comes an important occasion where we have to align the color of nails with our dress, it ditches us. In such cases, we are not left with any other choice but to scratch our nails with a filer or peel the previous paint with our nails itself. Honestly, that worsens the situation. Forceful peeling off nail paints could make your nails dry and even have tiny scratches on them.
For such days of crisis, here are the alternatives you can try to remove that patched nail paint
this one super easy. All you need to do is, rub a little bit of toothpaste on your nails with an old toothbrush. The toothpaste consists of ethyl acetate which is present in the polish remover also.
2. Hand sanitizer
This is a common junk we’d find in a girls handbag. Chances are that you will be carrying a hand sanitizer but not a polish remover. Put a little bit of the sanitizer on the cotton ball and rub on the nails. Repeat till you get the results.
Another easy alternative method to remove your polish is by using a deodorant. Just spray it on your nails and rub with a cotton pad. This may take more than one try and a little more time than your regular removers.
Just like the deodorant, a perfume too can be used, as your rescue device! Spill some of your perfume on a tissue paper and rub on your nails. Surprisingly the fragrant aid will help you get rid of that rough patch of paint in an emergency.
Sprays containing rubbing alcohol is the best alternative for a nail polish remover. You can use a hairspray to remove the polish by spraying some on your nails. But you’ll have to be really quick for this one. Be fast and be ready with a cotton swab to remove nail polish.
So now you exactly know how to get rid of that scratch patch you have been hating from your last party. Look into your bag and grab the handiest from the above things and you are good to go.
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