2 years ago10,000+ Views
These two nail tricks involving Elmer's School Glue might just change the way you do your nails – forever. For those of us with unsteady hands or a penchant for glitter, these are pure godsends.
I was astounded when I found them – why did no one ever tell me to do this before?!?
The first trick – remove glitter polish easily (because we all know what a hard time that usually is) by first painting your nail with a little Elmer's glue. When you're ready to remove, the glitter peels right off!
And secondly, use a small paintbrush to cover your cuticles in Elmer's glue so that when you're done painting your nails, you can just peel the mess right off!
I'm a total klutz with nail polish, so I'm definitely giving this one a try. :)
Try to do a little less glue than the lady did in the picture – stick to the skin parts around your nail, like in the top photo.

Good luck, ladies! :) Tell me if these tricks work for you!!

Okay putting Elmers around your fingers works! I've done it three times and it's working all three! I don't know about outing it on the nails though, there's actually a polish you can buy like that. I don't know if that would comfort some people but it comforted me.
2 years ago·Reply
you gotta be careful if you use it on the nail, cuz you might end up lifting off the polish. tho I just put like a clear under that spot and stick it back down. ≧∇≦
2 years ago·Reply
Same! Ive always wanted to do lots of designs but my nails are so shaky I chicken out.
2 years ago·Reply
I just always make such a mess bc I have shaky hands >.<
2 years ago·Reply
That's awesome to hear @SavannahStarlit, I can't wait to give it a try!! :D I think it'd be perfect for the sponge painting nail technique shown in the first pic.
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