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  • J N

    How to: Remove Sparkle Nail Polish (aluminum foil method)...it really works! I wonder if it works for shellack too??

  • 4word

    Removing glitter nail polish. Whoever figured this out should get a Nobel Prize. What you'll need: + 3 cotton pads + scissors + strip of aluminum foil + nail polish remover So what you do to prep is cut your strip of foil into ten rectangles.

  • Jasmine Griffin

    Removing Glitter Polish- +3 cotton pads + scissors + strip of aluminum foil + nail polish remover Cut foil into 10 rectangles and cut cotton pads into four pieces. Soak each cotton pad in nail polish remover, place each on a nail and then wrap it in foil. Leave on to "soak" for 5 minutes and then remove. Use the leftover cotton pad piece to remove residue on edges of nail. This works for gel polish as well!

  • Angel Gilbert

    How to: Remove Sparkle Nail Polish (aluminum foil method)...it really works! soak your cotton pad quarter in nail polish remover, place it on your nail and wrap it in the foil. The whole point of the foil is to secure the soaked cotton over the nail without any evaporation.

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