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The Easiest Nail Polish Removing Trick — Ever!
We doubt we're the only ones who get annoyed when a manicure gets chipped. Even worse: There isn't any nail polish remover nearby to fix it. Luckily, we stumbled upon this insanely genius trick that can remove polish just as easily. So we decided to test it out.
All you need is a bottle of clear topcoat. Just add a new layer of polish to your old manicure and give it a few seconds to set, then gently wipe with a napkin or cotton swab. It's that simple.
So how does it work? The fresh layer of topcoat bonds to the polish underneath and makes it wet enough to remove with just a few swipes. You can also use a basecoat or any random color you may have around. But after a few tries, we think the topcoat works best.
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