Glitter and Stains Be Gone! Removing Stains and Glitter from Nails

ImageWhat goes on nails,  eventually must come off. Removing dark shades can be tricky. Here are some tips from a member of ‘Tini Beauty’s Bar Staff, Celebrity Manicurist Elsbeth Schuetz.


Never remove dark polish using a circular motion. It is best to press remover-soaked cotton square onto the nail plate. Press down for 5 seconds then press and pull in one direction out towards free edge (tip of the finger). Repeat if necessary.

Keep nails pristine with Club Soda Fizz from Nailtini, a unique Nail Whitening Soak that can be used to remove stains caused by tanning sprays, dark polishes, etc. It brightens, whitens and transforms nails into a clean canvas just begging to be painted. This is a great way to start over after wearing dark colors, or to prep for a French or pale colored manicure. Just pour two capfuls of the lime-scented powder into a bowl of water (more in a tub for toes) and fizz away stains and discolorations.

Use the smoothest side of your file to buff away tough stains then condition nail plate with Hot Buttered Rum Hand & Foot Cream. Massage a tiny amount of cream into each nail plate/bed.

To remove stubborn glitter, put one of our Nailtini Cocktail Napkins on each of your nails and wrap in foil. Leave on for at least 5 minutes, remove the foil, and use the cocktail napkin to remove the polish/glitter. Little pieces of felt soaked in nail polish remover are also great for removing glitter polishes.

Do you have a favorite tip for removing glitter and stains from nails? Share in the comments.


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