Today's post will be about cotton rounds: what I tried and how they remove glitter polish. I thought this might stir your interest - we all like the glitter effect on our nails but removing it is not really something we enjoy. I must admit I am a lazy person when it comes to it. I am aware that there are plenty of easy ways to remove glitter (for example the foil method) but I never do it. Instead, I take cotton rounds and try hardly to remove it as I remove the regular nail polish.
I recently got one pack of Cheeky's Soft Cotton Rounds and I will compare it to the usual cotton rounds you find in supermarkets.
The first difference you will notice are the sewed edges, which make the round last longer.
Using a usual cotton round, I tried to remove the glitter off one nail. I photographed how the disk looked like after removing half of the glitter and the fuzz left there.
This is how the cotton looked like after cleaning the whole nail. The edges were already separated and I could reuse it for one more nail.
This is the Cheeky round. There is only a few fuzz and the edges didn't separate, which means it could be used longer.
Although they are more expensive than the usual ones, the Cheeky cotton rounds are totally worth trying.
I'd like to know what techniques you use to remove glitter nail polish or if you are as lazy as me
and do the same.