Shellac Removal

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Foxy67

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Hi all
Another newbie, probably asking a silly question!
Can I use d-colour to remove Shellac? Run out of acetone.
Thanks
 

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Hi, no i dont think you can im afraid. D Solve is the one you can use for removal, as far as im aware D Colour is only for removing nail enamel xx
 

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Hi all
Another newbie, probably asking a silly question!
Can I use d-colour to remove Shellac? Run out of acetone.
Thanks
Hi no d.colour is only to remove varnish, you will need acetone or d.solve to remove shellac.
 

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I'm going to go out on a limb here actually and say yes I think you probably could.
Though I would only consider it for on yourself and not a client.
I've not tried it personally but would assume that because the main ingredient in D-colour is acetone it should still do the job, although it would more then likely take longer then 10 minutes and maybe not as easy, which is why i would not recommend using it for a client as it would look like the product doesn't perform as it should when we know that's not the case.

Though yes, as above D-solve/ acetone remover is what should be used in order for removal to work effectively.
 

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I'm going to go out on a limb here actually and say yes I think you probably could.
Though I would only consider it for on yourself and not a client.
I've not tried it personally but would assume that because the main ingredient in D-colour is acetone it should still do the job, although it would more then likely take longer then 10 minutes and maybe not as easy, which is why i would not recommend using it for a client as it would look like the product doesn't perform as it should when we know that's not the case.

Though yes, as above D-solve/ acetone remover is what should be used in order for removal to work effectively.
Completely agree)


Nail designer with a twist;)
 

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Maybe so but i would still use d solve as it is specifically for enhanced nails,and i would just follow what i have been told,when i asked this with my distributor.
 

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I'm going to go out on a limb here actually and say yes I think you probably could.
Though I would only consider it for on yourself and not a client.
I've not tried it personally but would assume that because the main ingredient in D-colour is acetone it should still do the job, although it would more then likely take longer then 10 minutes and maybe not as easy, which is why i would not recommend using it for a client as it would look like the product doesn't perform as it should when we know that's not the case.

Though yes, as above D-solve/ acetone remover is what should be used in order for removal to work effectively.
Yes i agree there is acetone in it but not enough so u will be there for ages trying to remove it and the nails would be very dry. I would def get d.solve or acetone. Ax
 

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