BIAB nails can last for up to four weeks depending on the growth of your natural nails. (Tip: Don’t forget to pre-book your appointment for infills, y’all.)
How do you remove BIAB nails?
The soak-off method reduces damage to your natural nails. While it’s always recommended to get BIAB nails removed by a professional, you could do it yourself. All you’ll need is a bottle of acetone, some cotton and tin foil to get the job done. First, place an acetone-soaked cotton ball onto your nail and wrap a strip of tin foil around it to keep it in place. Wait a few minutes before unwrapping the foil and brush off the excess polish using the cotton ball. (If there's still leftover polish, repeat the steps.) Once the polish has been removed, massage a few drops of cuticle oil and moisturizer over your nails and hands to rehydrate the area.
With the cost of for BIAB nails starting at $40 (which is similar to gel manis), we just might be official converts.