Monday, September 20, 2010

5 minutes nail polish removal tutorial

Disclaimer: I am definitely recommending this method. I do not claim this as my own. I learnt it from Deborah Lippmann so I'll recognise her as the original source. However, the true origin of this amazing 5 minutes method is yet to be discovered.


Nail polishes are terrific when you don't need to remove them. It used to take me up to 30 minutes swiping the nail polish off using millions of cotton buds. It was both a waste of time and precious cotton buds that are needed for other great things like making sure my ears are squeaky clean. Too much info?

One bright and sunny day, I was browsing through my favourite nail blog (because I have no life), I came across a Youtube clip of Deborah Lippmann showing her quick and easy way of removing nail polish. That lady is a genius. I tried it at once and it worked so well. I've been using this method for a couple of months now and it has been unbeatable! Except with large chunky glitter like China Glaze Doll's House but maybe it was my fault since I applied 5 coats of the stuff. I've been introducing this amazing method to my friends and they all love it (the ones who tried). So here's a tutorial if you don't yet use this method.

Step one. Gather your equipment. You'd obviously need nail polish remover, I like mine acetone-free. It is purely psychological because as long as you're not consuming acetone, it won't do much harm. You nail polish is actually killing you more than your remover. Now that you've gotten your remover, get some cotton balls. They have to be BALLS. Not buds, not tissues, BALLS. Go out and buy a packet if you don't have any. They are so cheap and will last you forever. I only need 1 ball to remove both of my hands.
Now grab your ball. They're so fluffy. Unravel it into a strip.
It should come apart easily as the ball itself is produced by ravelling a strip like a snail shell.
Split your strip down the middle vertically into 2 strips. I am saving you money!
You can continue to split but I like mine with a little bulk. So now tear them into little pieces that are nail-sized. No need to be neat since this is all going to go into the rubbish bin anyway.
Keep tearing until you have a lot. I usually have 12-15 pieces. 10 for my nails and the others for wiping and cleaning up any bits of nail polish left behind.
Now you have the cotton pieces ready. Get your nail polish remover and pour it into the lid and fill it up like so.
Nice and smelly. Now take one of those cotton pieces (let's call it CP) and dip it into the remover. Don't dunk it in. Just dip in the edge because the remover will travel up the CP. Too much remover on the CP will dribble like crazy when you're pressing the CP onto your nail. It could travel up your hand all the way to your elbow. Happened to me before. Not a pleasant experience.
Press the wet CP onto your nail gently. It should be completely wet and cover your entire nail.
Do the same for all the other fingers. I like to do mine one hand at a time because I need the other hand to wipe the CP off.
Leave them on your nails for 1-2 minutes, give or take. That's the time where the remover is doing its job. This is similar to soaking your nails in remover but a lot less harsh on your skin. You nails will not absorb the remover. Like I said before, your nail polish would've killed your nails more than the remover. Next, grab a new piece of CP and wipe off the wet CP from your nail while pressing down with some force. Put some muscle into it! Do it from your nail bed to your nail tip. This way, your nails will not be damaged.
If you do it correctly, almost everything (if not everything) should come right off your nails.
I only have some polishes remaining on the sides because my thumb is flat, not curved like my nails, so I couldn't apply enough force to wipe the sides. Now repeat this for all the other nails.
This is with only one swipe. My index finger, middle finger and pinky are completely clean in just one swipe! This would've taken forever with cotton buds. Use your remaining CP to do the other hand and clean up any bits that maybe be left on your nails.
In the end, you'd have beautifully clean nails.
I even have a strip of CP left over. So that means I've used less than 1 cotton ball to remove all my nails.
I did time myself and found that I've completed the whole process in under 5 minutes, including the soaking time. So I don't think I'll ever return to the primitive cotton buds method ever again.

Just a few important things before I go:
♥ Never use tissue to remove nail polish. Tissue is actually quite coarse and will damage your nails.
♥ My nails used to peel even when I used cotton buds. With this method, my nails don't peel nor dry out anymore after removal.
♥ Always wipe from nail bed to nail tip. Swiping back and forth and/or in the opposite way will make your nails peel.

Now that it only takes 5 minutes for you to take off your nail polish, maybe you'd change your nails more often. Come on, I dare you.

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Anonymous said...

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Meredith M. said...

What a great technique! I tried it out today, & I was really pleased at how the little pieces of cotton stuck to my nail. That meant I didn't have to hold down the cotton while letting the remover soak in. Also, because the cotton piece was so flexible, the sides of my nails got well-soaked too, which is hard to accomplish with a full cotton ball or a pad. Thanks for taking the time to share this!

Anonymous said...

Wow, I just tried this method and it did NOTHING to my nail polish. I put the cotton pieces with remover on them on each nail on my left hand, waited 2 minutes, then I tried to "swipe" my thumbnail (really hard). The nail polish is still completely attached and intact, still shiny even. So I scrub at it with a cotton ball for ten minutes, polish still looks good as new. All the other cotton pieces are still on my nails, and it's been ten minutes so I try "swiping" them...pressing harder on each one, as they all come out still completely covered in polish. I can not press any harder. I can't get this polish off, it's like I like I painted my nails with adamantium. what. the. fuck.

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Bonnie Friedman said...

Thank you so much!!! Worked beautifully. I am most grateful.

Unknown said...

I really don't get it...why so complicated? I just pour remover on a cotton pad and scrub it gently off, done in one minute. Why did you use cotton buds before? It takes ages and you need a lot of buds, it's a waste... I don't wanna sound mean, I just don't get it.

Lisa Cicero said...

I am sitting here reading this blog about a nail polish tip and wondering who goes on to a blog about nail polish to complain about spelling and grammar issues. Seriously, I am floored by the mean comments. All of the sudden I realize that they are all written by „anonoymous" people. I could care a less if you want to critique my spelling or anything else , what bothers me more is you hiding behind anonymous,, put your name to your comments,,my name is Lisa Cicero and I think the blogger did a great job and I thank her. Anonymous you are a bully! You are petty and mean, but mostly your pitiful. You probably have no friends and you definitely have to much time on your hands. You owe this young lady an apology.

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Anonymous said...

Love this!!! Wish I had known this years ago. Thank you so much for posting!

Bev Odette said...

HI I LOVED YOUR TIP BUT HAVE A QUESTION, WILL THIS WORK TO TAKE OFF GEL NAIL POLISH OR JUST STRICTLY FOR "OLD SCHOOL" TYPES OF POLISHES? THANK YOU!

Wrighty said...

I saw your idea on Pinterest and had to try it. I used less than one cotton ball for all ten toes and it worked great!! I was a little messy and it didn't come off as clean as yours did in the photo but I'm sure it will get better with practice. (I had to do it twice on my big toes but had three coats of polish) Thanks for a terrific tip! :)

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Roxie said...

Tamara: I'm not sure I understand your remark about acetone eating through plastics. The polish remover (acetone) I buy comes in plastic bottles. I've never seen glass bottles. Just curious.

Roxie said...

anonymous 7/20/12: Perhaps you could go back to school and not only take some advanced English courses to help you recognize the errors of others and keep criticism to yourself, but some sociology courses as well to help you learn how to communicate more subtly, kindly and with respect. I hope this helps you be a more effective communicator. the, people may care what you have to say.

Roxie said...

Anonymous 11/20/12 - Rudeness is the sign of a bully; I'm sure you aren't a bully, but it encourages those sharing this blog to think you aren't very smart. I'm sure you are. Polite suggestions are always welcome.

Roxie said...

Apriljoy December 31, 2012 -- I didn't see anything to do with removing nail polish on your site.

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mbs4174 said...

Where have you been all my life? This is awesome!

Msginarina said...

Hello Dear "Anne I Am"...(he-he)
I'm an American who'd always win the Spelling Bees! I could spell Czechlosavakia in 2nd grade, although I think I just got it wrong..lol..anyway, I wanted to say how much I enjoyed reading your Blog all the way to your ending with "I dare ya!" (cute) It was very interesting, informative and humorous! I never even noticed so called mis-spellings, they were more like personality treats for the majority of us! I have searched the Web several times looking for remover that works quickly and doesn't cost $20! I was surprised that the best solution is actually from Deborah Lippmann!! I have a lot of respect for ol' Deb now for giving up her secret and forfeiting a $20 bill I was considering spending for her remover "The Stripper". Thanks to her and thanks to you I finally have less stress over the tedious job of stubborn polish removal. THANK YOU FOR THE TIME YOU TOOK TO PUT UP THIS BLOG WITH PICTURES AND ALL! VERY MUCH APPRECIATED!

Laura Cornelius said...

Thanks so much! It worked great for me and I will definitely use this method again!

millefolia said...

Thank you! I just got back into nail polish and I've been having a lot of fun with my nail art, but I was removing my nail polish with toilet paper and scrubbing, and it was making my nails peel. I like your way much better!

Kais B said...

Thank you so much lady you are the best sorry for all the negativity going on you don't deserve it

XiusyQ said...

I agree, I also use face pads. I would have never used a small ear swab to remove nailpolish.

Anonymous said...

Excellent and insightful Share! Thank you -and thanks to some of the commentators who also shared helpful hints! Have to try!

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Jennifer Ellis said...

This is a very interesting method, I will try it. 5 min total time is nothing. I always use base coat 2 to 3 coats of color & top coat. Even with acetone, it always takes me longer than 5 small minutes to remove the polish completely. This is such a logical thing to do yet I've would've never thought of it. As a Texan I did not know what a cotton bud is, & I have to say, I would've never used a q-tip to remove polish unless it was at the cuticle line, but nonetheless, I will try this method. Thanks for the great tip.

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paula mcclelland said...

This is really cool. Another quick way Ive found is to fill a small pottle with a sponge and pour in some nail polish. To remove dunk your finger in there and rotate. It's faster than cotton wool as the sponge is more abrasive.
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Anonymous said...

Thanks, lol you saved my sink!

Anonymous said...

Honestly she was just trying to give more tips for people who may have had a harder time with the original method, you're the rude one here she's not trying to be a know-it-all you rude bitch.

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Hm... fast and effective way to remove nail poolish. I have never tried to do it like this before...thank you :)

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Anonymous said...

I agree as well!

marji said...

Thanks for the tip! I use it.

Anonymous said...

Wow, your fabulous howto sparked quite a lot of interest Anne, thanks for the advice! I hate wasting CB's and remover so I'll definitely be trying your method.

As a medical provider I wanted to warn everyone against using the gels that require a UV light to cure, we're starting to see skin cancers of the cuticles and nail beds in very young women lately. So keep rockin' the cute nails gals, but avoid anything that requires UV light!

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Anonymous said...

Okay I must be doing something wrong because just wiping the polish off with acetone like so many people here are claiming to do is a bigger pain in the butt than this. I dreaded taking off my polish because I'd always leave these annoying bits behind that I am often too lazy to remove, and my polish usually stained my nails for at least a day regardless if I used a basecoat or not (I'm still quite fond of my dark nail polishes though haha!) Maybe this required a bit more effort separating the pieces out at first, but the polish came off like a charm without staining. So much better than sitting there vigorously rubbing my nails with a whole cotton ball that I have to resoak a bunch of times anyway. Not to mention I use cotton balls for tons of things, so I'll save them when I can!

Anonymous said...

Your using acetone and she isn't, that makes a huge difference in how long it has to sit on the polish to come off.

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Anonymous said...

Grammar nazis? Too bad there's not enough of them to go around? Where were you when they were teaching English in grammer school? It's kind of an important subject lol.

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Anonymous said...

I would really like to know why it takes you 30 minutes to remove your nail polish? I am a cosmetologist and I have been trying to figure out why it took you so long before you found this method? Just asking, not trying to be rude or anything. This method just seems to take too long aswell. Use a whole cotton ball and just swipe it with the acetone on your nail to remove your nail polish, it shouldn't even take you 5 minutes to remove your nail polish, even with many coats on your nails.

Anonymous said...

You're a real b*tch... No need to act like that..... Obviously, if your time was that valuable, you wouldn't have wasted it writing a crappy response.... FYI little miss my nails are better than yours... If someone has extensions, they can't "just use acetone and get it over with" you sniveling twit

Eve Cameron said...

I tried this last night; I was attempting a frenchie. I think I had too many layers of polish (2 of strengthener, 2 of colour, the tips, and a topcoat) so it didn't work very well at all. I still had to use my usual 3 cotton balls and worked on them for a while (although I only rubbed from base to tip, which was nice). I just use the cheapest acetone remover (with vitamin E) at the pharmacy though. Could it be there were too many layers for it to work, or do you think I need a stronger remover?

Anonymous said...

Hilarious. No an emoticon doesn't end a sentence. That's great. Love your last comment

Anonymous said...

great idea I will try it next time

Anonymous said...

There's only one person here being a "rude silly bint", and that's the one stooping to namecalling. Classy!

Anonymous said...

I actually appreciate her little extra tips, they just cleared up some questions I had. I don't see anything wrong with what she contributed...you on the other hand...you were the one acting rude

TNitemare said...

LMAO!!! I cannot believe that I've actually read this entire blog....and it's SO OLD!! LOL! It is very entertaining nonetheless lol.
Thanks for sharing your idea with us and taking the time to help others. It is appreciated by Most people anyway.

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LOL! I'M GETTING A HEADACHE NOW.

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Lmao!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for explaining why the aluminum foil is necessary - I always wondered about that! But now that I hear it, it makes a lot of sense. I was thinking maybe Saran Wrap would work but I'm guessing the acetone would eat through that.
(PS: Just as I wouldn't trust someone who claimed to be a "doktur", it's hard to believe that you're truly a manicurist when you spell the word incorrectly...)

Anonymous said...

To Anonymous Jan. 1st. Retort: That's like the pot calling the kettle black. Who peed in your cornflakes??

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Anonymous said...

You're bringing up a historical event that took place 200 years ago in order to prove the correctness of her grammar? FYI - we kicked your ass and sent you home in your ridiculous red coats. Shush your mouth.

Sarah said...

Learn how to use commas before you put someone in their place regarding their grammar. You have waaaaay too many commas used in places they don't belong. Dumbass.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your thoughtfulness in sharing your idea! I too found that simply holding a semi-soaked cotton ball on top the nail for a few ( good remover a must, cheap, waste of time), really lessened the entire ordeal of removal. I will in fact try breaking down the cotton balls, as suggested. Way I figure it, money saved on ANYTHING buys me more cool polishes! Sidenote: to the person with all the criticisms- perhaps a good psychiatrist can help you deal with all your displaced anger, or- perhaps you could use a cotton bud to dislodge the panties you've clearly gotten a wad! Just a little tip from one who chooses JOY each day and is appreciative of anyone who takes their time to share these types of things. Don't like, don't read, and for goodness sake, keep your darkness to yourself. ( moral inventory and friend headcount might help).

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Anonymous said...

What exactly do you do with aluminum foil, taking your polish off?

Anonymous said...

Really!

Anonymous said...

Got into so much trouble for wearing nail polish so this literally saved my life... My dad's always like, "Wearing nail polish will poison you" and this is possibly like the 4th time I've painted my nails in my life... and I'm almost 20...

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Jill Shock said...

I appreciate the extra experience tips but why not just remove the seal pieces from the lid? It would take less time with acetone remover like you said. Thanks for the iron sink experience too.

Jill Shock said...

I appreciate the extra experience tips but why not just remove the seal pieces from the lid? It would take less time with acetone remover like you said. Thanks for the iron sink experience too.

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Anonymous said...

You two seem like the twats! She was just offering some knowledge to improve on the technique! Exactly what is wrong with that?! I'm glad she shared... you keep YOUR nastiness to yourself, she wasn't being rude at all. Perhaps you read a tone into it that wasn't there because you're a bit of a cunt by nature?

Unknown said...

Do you have some sand in your vagina or something? Grammar nazis such as myself have a compulsion to correct those kind of errors. The people making rude comments, please STFU. However I totally identify with those of you who can't help but mention grammar issues. (Though some that were mentioned were in fact correct to begin with) If you expect someone to scroll on when they are secondhandedly assaulted by the butchering of the English language, why can't you just keep scrolling when someone has the compulsion to mention it. Welcome to the internet lady.... we're all mad here.

Jennifer Stacey said...

Do you have some sand in your vagina or something? Grammar nazis such as myself have a compulsion to correct those kind of errors. The people making rude comments, please STFU. However I totally identify with those of you who can't help but mention grammar issues. (Though some that were mentioned were in fact correct to begin with) If you expect someone to scroll on when they are secondhandedly assaulted by the butchering of the English language, why can't you just keep scrolling when someone has the compulsion to mention it. Welcome to the internet lady.... we're all mad here.

Jennifer Stacey said...

Do you have some sand in your vagina or something? Grammar nazis such as myself have a compulsion to correct those kind of errors. The people making rude comments, please STFU. However I totally identify with those of you who can't help but mention grammar issues. (Though some that were mentioned were in fact correct to begin with) If you expect someone to scroll on when they are secondhandedly assaulted by the butchering of the English language, why can't you just keep scrolling when someone has the compulsion to mention it. Welcome to the internet lady.... we're all mad here.

Jennifer Stacey said...

Do you have some sand in your vagina or something? Grammar nazis such as myself have a compulsion to correct those kind of errors. The people making rude comments, please STFU. However I totally identify with those of you who can't help but mention grammar issues. (Though some that were mentioned were in fact correct to begin with) If you expect someone to scroll on when they are secondhandedly assaulted by the butchering of the English language, why can't you just keep scrolling when someone has the compulsion to mention it. Welcome to the internet lady.... we're all mad here.

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Northern_Gal said...

Canada uses the same grammar and spelling as well. I know Americans tend to think that their way is the only way, but generally speaking, the bastardization they've done to the english language makes them the odd ones.
BTW, there most certainly IS a u in neighbour!

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Anonymous said...

OMG you haters of this method. THIS IS AN AMAZING METHOD! It is amazing and it's soooooooo easy and quick. My nails are prone to never work with nail polish and I apply layers and layers of different colours, wipe em' off and start again and it takes FOREVER at the end to get the nail polish off. I tried this method and it helps sooooooooo much! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for posting this method!

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slipper girl said...

I think the point is that if you have multiple layers using a cotton ball can be very drying to your finger around the nai. This way you soften the polish and you can get it off without all of the harsh rubbing that dries out your skin and cuticle. I think I will give it a try since i live where skin can get very dry and i touch up my nails frequently so I have many layers.

slipper girl said...

I think the point is that if you have multiple layers using a cotton ball can be very drying to your finger around the nai. This way you soften the polish and you can get it off without all of the harsh rubbing that dries out your skin and cuticle. I think I will give it a try since i live where skin can get very dry and i touch up my nails frequently so I have many layers.

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