Using ‘Revolution’ base enables you to remove your glitter polish similar to normal nail polish!
Apply 2 coats of Revolution as your base (allow drying time in between).
Revolution dries fast, is not PVA Glue, does not a peel off.
Also can be used as a top coat for ‘foil manicures’ discovered by Cathy from More Nail Polish!
Apply your glitter polish as you normally do.
Soak your makeup pad in nail polish remover.
Cover your nail, soak, leave for 15 seconds, remove.
Apply more remover to the pad, cover your nail and give it a good scrub.
Continue the process and the glitter will remove with ease.
Please note: Individual results may vary. Designed to work best with piCture pOlish shades.
Was hoping for a miracle, but still haven't found it. Thus basecoat helps with glitter removal, but I agree with other posters that it isnt the miracle for glitter removal. Also found that it left behind traces of itself that i had to go back and remove. Have never had a basecoat do that before! Still, it does help a bit and under some glitters is worth using.
I found that this did an okay job as a glitter base coat. It made it a bit easier to remove but not that much easier. I am giving it 4 stars overall still because it went on nicely and in general it is a great everyday na polish basecoat. 123
I used this as a top coat for some shiny nail foils and it worked better than any other top coat I've ever tried. I didn't notice any crinkling or anything. What I did notice was some wear after about a day, but that was because I had only applied one coat. Applying 2 coats solved the problem. I had them on for almost a week before I got sick of them and removed it myself. 123
Tried this and it works just like it says it does. How many things can you say that about? This is a great option for those who do not want to remove glitter by the soaked-cotton-ball-and-foil methods. 123