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Alicia R.
Alicia R.
Port Huron, MI
31 reviews
I've used other glitter nail polish before and it's so hard to get off. Is this going to be just as much work??
Judy M.
Judy M.
Edmonton
3 years, 8 months ago
It doesn't matter the brand, all glitter nail polish is SO hard to get off. A really easy way to do it is to soak cotton balls in nail polish remover, place it over the nail and cover the nail with tin foil or saran wrap for about 1-2 mins. After this time, just wipe the nail polish away with the cotton ball. Works every time!
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Renee D.
Renee D.
Shreveport, LA
4 years ago
I usually use a coat of Elmer's glue on the nails and let them dry for around 10 minutes before I put this glitter on. Normally makes it much easier for me to get them off. This one though is a hard glitter to remove in my opinion.
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Joan Y.
Joan Y.
Natrona Hts, PA
4 years, 4 months ago
Look up the whole foil deal :) it will help you wonders!
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Samantha F.
Samantha F.
4 years, 4 months ago
Use the foil method!
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Terra L.
Terra L.
4 years, 5 months ago
All glitter pollish sucks to get off either soak your nails in a bowl or cotton full of acitone polish remover or buy cheep 99 cent wet n wild top coat on and let soak in for couple seconds the take the acitone to them. Alwase lotion your cuticuls before and after so you don't split :)
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Jarin B.
Jarin B.
Rogers, AR
4 years, 5 months ago
Yes..but it's so worth it!
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Katherine R.
Katherine R.
Brooklyn, MI
4 years, 5 months ago
Pure acetone makes getting glitter off a piece of cake! Cut a cotton ball into nail sized pieces, dip in acetone, leave on nails for 1-2 minutes and then press down at the cuticle and swipe towards the tip of the nail. If it doesn't swipe off easy after 1-2 minutes, leave it a little longer. It may not get ALL the glitter/polish off, but it will get most and make it MUCH easier.
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Influenster M.
Influenster M.
4 years, 5 months ago
Pure acetone makes getting glitter off a piece of cake! Cut a cotton ball into nail sized pieces, dip in acetone, leave on nails for 1-2 minutes and then press down at the cuticle and swipe towards the tip of the nail. If it doesn't swipe off easy after 1-2 minutes, leave it a little longer. It may not get ALL the glitter/polish off, but it will get most and make it MUCH easier.
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Donna P.
Donna P.
Newberry, SC
4 years, 5 months ago
Yes it is harder to get off
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Delphiene K.
Delphiene K.
Bonaire, GA
4 years, 6 months ago
Yes it will be hard !! but beauty will pay off for all the hard work
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Brittany H.
Brittany H.
Lewistown, PA
4 years, 6 months ago
It is hard to get off but I love glitter nail polish
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Christina E.
Christina E.
4 years, 7 months ago
The best thing to use is straight acetone
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Alexa B.
Alexa B.
Miami, FL
4 years, 7 months ago
I agree with Anna R. The foil method is fool proof, its only issue is that its hard to do both hands at once. Its so much faster than any other method though so its worth doing it separately.
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Anna L.
Anna L.
4 years, 7 months ago
I absolutely ADORE glitter polishes! The best removal method I've found is called the foil method. Use a good quality basecoat under the glitter (you can also use a creme polish as an undercoat)! The foil method is this: tear aluminum foil into ten squares (about 2x2 works for me) and soak a cotton ball in polish remover. Place the cotton ball on your nail and wrap the foil around the cotton ball and your finger, pressing the ball against your nail plate. Let it sit between 3-5 minutes and remove the foil. Wipe the cotton ball across your nail bed and all of the glitter should be gone! Be sure to moisturize your hands and use a good cuticle oil afterwards to help your hands!
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Jacqueline O.
Jacqueline O.
Ludlow, MA
4 years, 7 months ago
It is hard to get off but it's beautiful and worth the effort.
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Kerry R.
Kerry R.
Mooresville, NC
4 years, 7 months ago
As some others have mentioned, putting a clear base coat on will help with the removal process, however, any glitter polish I have tried has been more difficult to remove than regular polish. It's worth it in my opinion :)
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Abby M.
Abby M.
Warren, PA
4 years, 8 months ago
Yeah, most glitters are pretty awful to remove. 100% pure acetone helps speed up the process.
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Samantha D.
Samantha D.
Dothan, AL
4 years, 8 months ago
Glitter is always harder, but soak the cotton and let it sit about three minutes. It just wipes off. Amazing
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Holly I.
Holly I.
Westbrook, ME
4 years, 8 months ago
Yes but all you have to do is rip pieces of cotton, soak it in the remover and press to each nail and let sit for a few minutes
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Alicia T.
Alicia T.
Cantonment, FL
4 years, 8 months ago
Yep - like any glitter polish, you may have to soak in remover for a bit.
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Alexandra C.
Alexandra C.
Milwaukie , OR
4 years, 9 months ago
It is hard to get off just like every glitter filled polish. i suggest letting your nails soak in a bowl of remover; if you can use acetone. it is harsher and needs to be used in a well ventilated room but it was cut the work in half. if polish is still stubborn use a file/buffer to get remaining flakes off nail. ALWAYS use a base coat with glitter polishes, will also help with the removal process!
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Sierra J.
Sierra J.
Mount Dora, FL
4 years, 9 months ago
Yes but if you use a base underneath they ith be easier to take off
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Shawna J.
Shawna J.
Athens, GA
4 years, 9 months ago
I have both the gold and the black/red, and they both took a few minutes longer than normal to get off
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Maria Elena L.
Maria Elena L.
4 years, 9 months ago
Try putting a clear base coat. It helps a little.
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Maria Elena L.
Maria Elena L.
4 years, 9 months ago
Try putting a clear base coat. It helps a little.
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Frances N.
Frances N.
El Centro, CA
4 years, 9 months ago
Doesn't matter. Beauty takes a little sweat and tears ;)
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France G.
France G.
Indio, CA
4 years, 9 months ago
Yes they are a bit harder to get off but it looks great lol
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