don't know not use fake nails.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
I don't think its strong enough to remove acrylics and gels for that you need 100 percent acetone. But you can use this nail polish remover on fake nails to remove the color.
answered 4 years ago
(Pembroke Pines, FL)
Yes, I have used this on fake nails and it is fine
answered 4 years ago
No!!! It is acetone based.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
I don't have it with me right now, so I can't check, but you should check if it has acetone in it. If it has acetone, it will probably dissolve acrylic nails. If not, you're probably safe. That's my guess, but I've never used it on fake nails, so I'm not certain.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
There are different types of fake nails and brands use different substances to make them, nail polish remover WILL start to disolve some types. You're best off asking your manicurist directly or emailing the company that makes the nails. If you feel like you can't get a straight answer just try it right before you're about to change them anyway.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
I have used it on acrylic nails without a problem. It contains no acetone so it won't damage your artificial nails.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
Yes, it is. I've used it when I've had silk wrapped nails, as well as acrylics. It's safe and very efficient.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
Yes, it is. But I hate the packaging, I almost used it as eye make-up remover twice! I'll stick with Sally Hansen fro now on.
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
(Parma Heights Ohio)
I would actually disagree with the first answer...simply because this remover is acetone-based. Acetone is what is commonly used to REMOVE acrylic nails and the like. I'm sure a few quick swipes won't cause damage as it usually takes soaking in acetone to significantly soften acrylic.
But it may cause the smooth finish on your nail to become dull and cotton will easily stick to slightly soft acrylic and then harden into it when it dries! Worst still (yet fairly unlikely) it can affect the seal of the acrylic nail to your natural nail around the edges creating a space which invites moisture (and even possibly fungi).
So...just be aware of the potential! (And perhaps just look for a non-acetone remover instead) :-)
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
Yes, safe for acrylic (I don't have anything else so I can't comment on the other nail enhancements!). As with any remover, don't SOAK your tips in it, Apply for about 10 seconds then wipe..repeat.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago