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I am assuming that everyone else knew this, but I only just discovered it myself a couple of weeks ago:instead of using a tissue or cotton wool to remove nail varnish, use a wet wipe (with remover on it).No smearing, no sticking, hardly any rubbing necessary, nice smooth clean nails afterwards - it's a revelation! It's actually made removing nail varnish so much easier and more efficient that it's inspired me to paint my nails more often.Why did nobody tell me??!
Thanks for the tip I'll try it later when I redo my nails.
Thanks for the tip
I'll try that later! Thanks for sharing
I tried it but it didn't work for me at all.
I use the nail varnish removing wipes that come in those little round plastic containers, from Boots or Superdrug.No faffing about with foul-smelling bottles at all.
I used to use those little wipes, until I discovered the bourjois magic pot thingummy - you just stick your finger in, pull it out and voila! It's brilliant. Doesn't work for toes though!
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