She Puts Toothpaste All Over Her Nails. The Reason Is Genius!

If you have ever painted your nails with a glitter filled nail polish then you know that it’s hands down the worst type of polish to remove. It takes ten times longer to scrub the glittery bits off your nails than any version without it.

The most annoying part has got to be when you’re using a cotton pad soaked in nail polish remover and it snags and sticks to the glitter on the nail, which tears it up into an unusable mess, and makes it worthless. If all this sounds familiar then you need to view this video and learn this cool trick.

It will save you a lot of time, but overall it’ll just make you more sane the next time you go to remove the dreadful glitter polish. You will need cotton balls (or wipes or pads), nail polish remover, a nail cleaning brush or toothbrush, Vaseline, toothpaste and an optional lemon.

Start by gently rubbing and removing the topcoat with nail polish remover and a wipe before rubbing some Vaseline onto each one of your nails. In a small dish place a few drops of water, add in a dime sized amount of any type of toothpaste, and squeeze half a lemon in if you wish to whiten and brighten your nails.

Mix it all together well before dipping the nail or toothbrush in to pick it up, then rub the concoction onto your nails. Scrub fast and apply a little bit of pressure to really work off the polish. After about a minute of steady scrubbing the glittery polish should start to come right off.

If you use a nail brush you can get all of the nails in one go at once and that’s what makes this the fastest way to get stubborn glitter polish off. When your finger tips are clear of polish simply wash and dry your hands before applying another coat of Vaseline to help moisturize your cuticles and nails. That’s it!

The accompanying video shows you how easily glitter polish comes off nails when you use this trick. The method is perfect for those of us who like to change up our polish color or texture often. Try it the next time you want to remove tired, old, once pretty glittery nail polish, and you’ll be glad you watched the video and learned the easy technique.

Let us know if this technique worked for you!

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