Removing nail polish may not be the most exciting step of the manicure process, but it is one of the most important steps. So tell me, how do you remove your nail polish? Do you use Cotton balls? Paper towels? How does that work for you? If it is not working of if your process could be better, I may have something of interest to show you in this post!
Today I am kicking off my Holy Grail series by showing you what I use to remove my nail polish. This series will consist of beauty items that I could not live without.
To remove nail polish I only use CVS Ultra Premium Cotton Squares. These are pretty awesome. They are lint free, and though they are cotton, they do not leave those annoying little fuzzies all over your nails like you get with regular cotton balls.
Depending on what kind of polish you have on, you can definitely get away with only using one square for all ten nails! If you have on glitter or a dark polish that may be harder to remove you may need two or three squares, but still, not bad!
I use one corner of the square at a time, and then after that side is full of polish, I fold the square in half, and use those sides until it is in one tiny folded up square, and all my polish is gone!
These can be found at CVS for around $3.50 for a pack of 160 cotton squares. These can sometimes be found on sale for Buy 2 get 1 free, and that is usually when I stock up!
So what do you use to remove your nail polish? Would you consider trying out these cotton squares? If so- let me know how you like them!