Removing Halo Gel Polish
One of the best things about Halo Gel Polish is that, with the right prep and application, it won't chip, meaning many clients can get weeks of wear without it budging. And, by following our removal tips, you’ll remove your gel polish in a quick and efficient manner too.
There are several ways to remove your gel polish, but we recommend using one of the following two ways.
Foils & Lint Free Wipes
- Start by gently buffing the shine away from your gel polish manicure with our Halo Elite White Block.
- Soak a lint free wipe with acetone and wrap with foil around the nails.
- Leave these on the nails for 5-7 minutes. You can place a warm towel around the hands to help warm up the acetone and speed up the process.
- Remove the foil and lint free wipe. Any excess gel polish left on the nail can be removed with our Pure Nails manicure tool.
- Clean the nail thoroughly and apply cuticle feed to revitalise the nails before prepping them for their next gel polish.
Alternatively, many prefer to soak their gel polish off using a manicure bowl and our Pure Soak off with Lanoline. Enough soak off should be poured into the manicure bowl so that it covers the nails. Both the hands and manicure bowl should then be covered with a towel in order to help retain heat, thus helping to remove the gel polish quickly and thoroughly. Alternatively, warm water can be placed in the bottom part of the bowl and acetone in the top.
If you would like further support on removing Halo Gel Polish, we can help! Tina Bell, our head of support, is more than happy to help get to the bottom of your nail enquiries! You can contact her here, or for more information you can get in touch with the team via our contact page, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Nails by Natalie Beven and Sarah Astles