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What's the best nail polish remover for glitter nail polish?

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cocolepew Tue 27-Nov-12 20:14:53

I usually put a colour on then put a ton bit of glitter polish on top. But it's a bugger to get off.

Any recommendations? smile

EllieorOllie Tue 27-Nov-12 20:18:39

Boots own brand one, the liquid is light pink, bottle has a black cap. Shifts anything.

cocolepew Tue 27-Nov-12 20:25:11

Thanks, I bought a Superdrug one and it's shite. I'll look for this one smile

spottymoo Tue 27-Nov-12 20:37:27

Pure acetone is the best for removing glitter polishes

expatinscotland Tue 27-Nov-12 20:39:11

Acetone all the way.

cocolepew Tue 27-Nov-12 20:49:33

The one I got had acetone in it so I thought it would be good.

cocolepew Tue 27-Nov-12 20:50:15

Where do you buy pure acetone?

ISeeSmallPeople Tue 27-Nov-12 20:51:12

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Jackstini Sat 01-Dec-12 22:20:06

Any false nail remover - the jar ones are best as they have little plastic 'fronds' inside that I find get glitter off fast.

StinkyWicket Sat 01-Dec-12 22:40:26

I've seen something interesting on nail blogs recently - use PVA glue as a base (put into a rinsed out nail polish bottle for ease), and then glitter polish over the top. Then you can peel it off!

I'm definitely going to try this, I hate taking glitter polish off but I love the look of it.

vix206 Sun 02-Dec-12 07:32:49

I just use tesco own brand stuff and it comes off quickly and cleanly. Never even thought about it being different with glitter. It must be a strong one..

cocolepew Sun 02-Dec-12 20:22:01

Thanks for replies, I've bought a false nails remover but I'm giving my nails a rest for a couple of weeks, they're wrecked [shock!]

Thats interesting about the glue,
I work in a school I'll have to liberate some wink

andadietcoke Sun 02-Dec-12 20:23:28

I've (very gently) filed it off before, just the top layer or so.

skyebluesapphire Sun 02-Dec-12 20:25:14

I had this problem last night, the glitter bits came off with a second wipe and with holding the cotton wool against the nail for a bit

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