When it comes to nail polish, it often seems as if the options available to those who enjoy the art of nail decoration are endless. Not only are there a vast cornucopia of colors to choose from, but there are also a wide range of designs and additional flourishes that can be added later. These colors and designs provide a great selection for those who like to keep their nails looking vibrant and beautiful at all times. Whether you enjoy brightly colored nails with a series of mesmerizing swirls or you are a fan of adding glitter to your home manicuring process, there are a number of eye catching options available to you. These days, it seems like there are so many ideas to choose from and it can be somewhat overwhelming.
If you are like me, then you are long past the days of painting your nails in flashy neon colors, but you are not too old to add a touch of sparkle to the process. However, many of the trendier nail polishes that are available to the general public can be incredibly difficult to remove, which is the cause of much consternation among the female population.
Even when you use acetone and scrub with all of your might, the nail polish often refuses to budge, which leads to frustration. But thanks to the this incredibly helpful clip, you can create a do it yourself base coat that will peel off with relative ease and make the removal of nail polish a snap!
Would you believe that all you need to create this easy to remove base coat for your fingernails is some Elmer’s glue and water? The beauty blogger who created this video discovered this secret and she does not intend to keep it to herself.
Not only is this solution simple to make, but it works like a charm. If you are someone who gets bored with the color of their nails on a regular basis and wants to be able to switch up more frequently, this method is bound to get you the results that you seek. The easier it is to change your colors, the more designs that you are able to try.
No longer do you have to be held hostage by nail polish that simply refuses to come off when you want it to. Now, you can add this base and take all of the guesswork out of nail polish removal.