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  • Tamara Richards

    This is the BEST EVER nail polish removal process! Less wasted cotton balls and less time and frustration scrubbing the nailpolish off! I love it!

  • Brianna Blackburn

    Best nail polish removing technique I have ever used. I've been looking for this to share. Take a cotton ball and unravel it. Tear off ten pieces. One small square for each nail. Dab the tip of the cotton piece in nail polish remover. Don't dunk it; you'll get too much. Put the remover filled cotton piece on a nail let it sit while you put the rest on. Pull up starting from beginning to get all the nail polish off at once. Read the blog if that didn't make sense.

  • M M

    How to save time and cotton balls when removing nail polish

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