You will need nail soakers. I purchased mine from Ebay for only $2.81. Just simply type nail soakers in eBay and you will find heaps ranged around $2-$4. A link to the nail soakers I purchased can be found Here. I recommend rubbing cuticle oil on your cuticles and nails.
Then pour some nail polish remover or pure acetone into the nail soaker up to the clear part. I never use acetone or nail polish remover with acetone but for this experiment I decided to use pure acetone. I know acetone is bad but just to make sure this works I decided to use acetone. That's where the cuticle oil comes handy.
Insert you fingers into the nail soakers. My pack came with 10 but I only ended up using 5 as I only did one hand at a time. I left my fingers in the nail soakers for only 2 minutes and the polish was gone completely. Don't throw the acetone or nail polish remover away, use it for your other hand.
As you can see the acetone removed all the glitter and polish. Just the smallest amount is seen on my index finger and that is only two tiny dots of glitter which was easily removed with acetone-free nail polish remover. On my nails I had Chi Chi- My Bad which is black polish filled with lots of glitter. The reason for rubbing cuticle oil on your cuticles and nails is to stop the nail polish remover from drying your cuticles/nails. After your done rub more cuticle oil on your cuticles/nails
As you can see the glitter sinks to the bottom and the acetone has a slight colour change. You can choose to throw away the acetone or keep it for another time. If your using glitter only polish than keeping it will be fine as it won't be coloured or look gross but if your polish has a base colour than I recommend throwing the acetone or nail polish remover away. I don't know how successful nail polish remover is but I'm sure it will work. You may just have to leave it on your nails longer
What did you think? Did you like this experiment?
Comment below with your opinion and tell me whether this has helped or not