The best way to get acrylic nails off is to dissolve the adhesive section between the nail and the acrylic using acetone. More »

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Applying acrylic nails on children involves the same steps as putting the nails on an adult hand. Using the necessary supplies, prepare the nails with a manicure, apply the acrylic tips, and finish off the job with filin... More »

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Solar nails are composed of a product that is slightly different from that in acrylic nails and are an improved version of the latter. As compared to acrylic nails, solar nails require refilling only once in three weeks,... More »

While many nail professionals recommend that acrylic nails always be removed at a salon, it is possible to remove them at home by soaking them in acetone, lifting them away gently and scrubbing away any remaining residue... More »

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Remove acrylic nails by clipping and filing them down, then soaking them in acetone. This takes a minimum of 30 minutes. You need acetone, olive or almond oil, a nail block, hot water, aluminum foil, a rag and cotton pad... More »

To remove acrylic nails at home trim the nails, file the surface, and soak the acrylic in acetone to break it down. Care for natural nails by moisturizing them daily. More »

Acrylic nails can be applied as nail tips, or they may cover the entire nail. A variety of effects can be achieved by adding color, polish, glitter and texture. More »