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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    How do I remove without damaging my nails?
    I pick around the cuticle and then slide some dental floss under the lifted wrap and 'floss' the wrap off. I then wipe away any residue with coconut oil on a makeup remover pad.

    Edit: I don't actually know if this method of removal prevents damage to my nail lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsKLM View Post
    I've ordered 4 more sheets 😳 I wish they didn't last so long so I could change more often lol

    I seem to get lifting the next day. Does anyone have this issue? I think it's because my nails are weak and very bendy so when I push down to seal I don't get a good seal.
    Sounds exactly like me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    How do I remove without damaging my nails?
    Am I the only one who simply peels them off with ease? I don't use anything, in fact after a couple of days I'm desperately trying to press them back on where they've lifted! Removal has been too easy and I haven't noticed any damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Am I the only one who simply peels them off with ease? I don't use anything, in fact after a couple of days I'm desperately trying to press them back on where they've lifted! Removal has been too easy and I haven't noticed any damage.
    It sounds like you don't get a good seal. Have you tried the stretch and pull method? Also, sometimes vinegar works better then alcohol on some people to remove the oils to avoid lifting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caketin View Post
    It sounds like you don't get a good seal. Have you tried the stretch and pull method? Also, sometimes vinegar works better then alcohol on some people to remove the oils to avoid lifting.
    Yeah I do the stretch and pull to smooth out bubbles, along with the 123 method. I do use alcohol swabs beforehand, as well as cleaning any residue with acetone nail polish remover. Will try the vinegar next time, thanks 😃

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    My nails feel so naked and vulnerable without jams. only another 20 or so hours until I get my jam on again! Still haven't decided what though...

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    do the jambos wreck your nails underneath?

    I'm fagged off that my shellac mani has all but wrecked my nails. my own fault for picking the shellac off but still.

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    I find if I remover the wraps properly with acetone and don't peel them it's fine, but I always pick my gel off and wreck my nails 👎🏻 I can't help it though once it chips I subconsciously pick at it.

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