acrylics make your nails soft and rigid.... take them off professionally and get a manicure after.... then take care of them at home by applying hardening clear nailpolish until they get strong again.What is the best way to transition from acrylic fake nails back to my own natural nails?
let them growWhat is the best way to transition from acrylic fake nails back to my own natural nails?
since your nails are filed down so badly, you need to wait for that thin part to grow out. Try to keep nail polish on them all the time, to they're not as weak and won't break as easily.
FIRST YOU WILL HAVE TO FIND SOME ACTONE...WHICH YOU WILL SOAK YOUR FINGERS IN WHICH WILL MAKE THE FAKE NAIL SOFT AND FALL OFF WITH A LITTLE HELP...YOU DON'T WANT TO PRY ON THEM AS YOU WILL HURT YOUR OWN NAIL UNDER IT AND WHEN YOUR OWN NAIL STARTS TO GROW ON IT'S OWN AGAIN YOU WILL SEE THE LITTLE DENTS IN THEM FROM YOU OR THE NAIL SALON ..THAT'S IF YOU PICK AT THEM TOO MUCH...TRY TO BE PATIENCE AND LET THEM SOAK IN THE ACETONE...YOU MAY HAVE TO SET FOR AWHILE BEFORE YOU CAN TAKE IT ALL OFF....AND REMEMBER THAT YOUR OWN NAILS ARE GOING TO BE ON THE SOFT SIDE FOR A FEW OR TWO.....