Easy peasy to remove! Put some nail polish remover on cosmetic pads, then wrap over nails to let it 'soak' for a minute or two (you could do it one at a time but I'm lazy and wrap a pad over all nails on one hand at a time). Use a nail from your other hand or an orange stick to 'scrape' everything off into a cosmetic pad, then use nail polish remover to get any of the base coat off. The beads really just come right off with your nail, very simple :)
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
Yes, I had to work on removing the beads. It was partially my fault. I knew that I wanted to keep the beads on for as long as I could. I used my normal base coat, the two layers of polish needed before applying the caviar and then I used my standard top coat. I chose to take the beads and polish off after 5 days. I used a regular acetone polish remover. I didn't even try my non-acetone. I didn't think it would work.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
(Anderson Township, OH)