Artificial nails are easy to use and can be applied in minutes. They are popular as they leave you looking sleek and polished.

You have to stick them on your natural nails with some nail glue- and we’re going to help you learn how to make your own!

The adhesive nature of nail glue comes from cyanoacrylate, a chemical found in super glue products.

Nail glue, unlike household superglue, contains ingredients that aid in the growth of nails. It is waterproof and transparent when it dries.

It adheres to nails tightly and dries quickly.

You do not have to buy expensive brands when you need some nail glue. Why buy them when you can make some at home is easily and quickly? All you need is basic household items such as PVA glue and clear nail polish.

This article will take you through how to make nail glue how to use it and store it.

Homemade Nail Glue Plans

1. Homemade fake nails glue

If you’ve ever had a broken or chipped nail, you know how frustrating it can be. But don’t worry, there is a solution! You can easily make your own glue for fingernails using ingredients you probably have at home. This DIY glue is strong and lasts for days, so you’ll be able to fix your nails in no time. Keep reading for instructions on how to make this easy glue.

2. Diy Super Strong Nail Glue

Do you have trouble keeping your fingernails glued on? Do they always seem to come off at the worst possible times? Well, never fear! With this simple tutorial, you can make your own glue that will keep your nails securely in place. and it only takes a few minutes to make. So let’s get started!

3. How To Make Nail Glue At Home

Are you looking for a fun and easy way to make your own glue for fingernails? If so, then this blog post is for you! In this video, you’ll learn step-by-step how to make your own glue using just a few simple ingredients. So let’s get started!

4. Diy Strong Nail Glue That Lasts

Are you tired of your fingernails coming off every time you try to use them? Well, worry no more! With this simple video guide, you can make your own glue that will keep your nails firmly in place. Best of all, it only takes a few minutes to make. So let’s get started!

5. 2 Ingredient Homemade Nail Glue

Do you love doing your nails, but don’t have the money to spend on professional products? Or maybe you’re just looking for a new and exciting way to do your nails! Either way, I’ve got the perfect solution for you: DIY glue for fingernails. 

6. DIY Nail Glue Hack

This is a great alternative to traditional nail polish, and it’s so easy to do. Plus, it’s super affordable – you can probably find all of the ingredients in your kitchen cabinet. So what are you waiting for? Give DIY glue for fingernails a try today!

7. DIY strong nail glue

Are you looking for a fun and easy way to improve your fingernail art game? Then look no further, because we’ve got the perfect solution for you – DIY glue! This simple trick will help you achieve a precise and polished look that will make your nails stand out from the crowd. So grab some supplies and get ready to create some amazing nail art looks with ease!

8. Another DIY Homemade Nail Glue

Since the ancient Egyptians started adorning their nails with henna over 5,000 years ago, people have been looking for new and innovative ways to decorate their nails. While nail polish offers a wide range of colors and styles, some people are looking for something more unique. If you’re one of those people, then you’ll love this tutorial on how to make your own glue for fingernails!

9. Nail glue at home without nail polish

Not only is it cheap and easy to make, but it also opens up a world of possibilities when it comes to nail art. So let’s get started!

10. How To Make Glue On Nails At Home

Step by step guide

Materials Needed

• A small bowl.
• PVA glue.
• Clear nail polish.
• Cotton wool swab stick.
• Scissors.
• Spoon
• Measuring cup.

How to Combine Ingredients

Position the scissors on one end of the cotton wool swab stick below the cotton area begins. Cut off the end of the cotton wool swab stick with the cotton area. Make sure to keep a sizeable portion of the wooden stick.

This will act as a stirrer to mix the nail glue ingredients.

Using the measuring cup, measure the PVA glue. The measurement depends on the amount of glue you want to make. Pour the PVA glue into a bowl. Use the swab stick to scrape off the sides of the cup to make sure you use all the PVA glue you measured.

You can use white or clear PVA glue as color does not affect the nail glue efficiency.

Uncap the nail polish bottle and pour some nail polish into a measuring spoon. 7.4ml of nail polish or approximately half the standard bottle is enough. Pour the nail polish into the bowl with PVA glue.

Use the wooden end of the cotton wool swab stick you cut earlier to mix the PVA glue and nail polish until they combine completely. Scrape off the sides of the bowl with the swab stick to make sure the measured ingredients are well combined.

Once the ingredients are thoroughly mixed, the nail glue is ready for use.

How to Apply the Nail Glue

Dip the wooden end of the swab stick in nail glue in the bowl and collect a drop of the glue with the stick.

Please do not use the end with the cotton wool as it will result in some strands of cotton wool getting caught in the nail. Gently apply the glue onto your natural nail from the nail cuticle towards the edge.

Apply the glue evenly on your nail using even strokes.

Position the artificial nail over the natural nail and make sure it aligns. Press on the artificial nail for about 10 seconds. Keep your hands steady since shaking can result in misalignment or slipping of the artificial nail.

If you need the nail glue to hold together a broken or split nail, dip the wooden end of the swab stick into the nail glue and pick up a drop. Spread it evenly, forming a tiny coat over the broken part of the nail. The nail glue will not heal the damaged nail, but it will hold it in place and prevent further breakage.

The glue dries quickly. Put your hand over a flat surface and hold your hand steady to prevent the artificial nail from slipping out of place.

Store the leftover glue in an empty nail polish bottle if you have made excess nail glue. Screw the nail polish brush on the bottle tightly to ensure that the nail glue does not dry out. In order to use a nail polish bottle, you will need to clean it first.

To clean it, pour some nail polish remover into a bowl and soak the nail polish bottle inside it for a few minutes. Rinse the bottle with some water and let it air dry completely before pouring in the nail glue.

How to Remove Nail Glue

The homemade nail glue is not only easy to make and easy to apply, but it is also easy to remove once you need to replace the artificial nail or from the skin if you accidentally smear on it.

To remove the glue from your nail, put some nail polish remover into a bowl. Submerge your fingers into the nail polish remover for a few minutes and let it work its magic. The dry glue will soften and dissolve in the nail polish remover.

Once the artificial nail comes off, wash your hands thoroughly with warm water and soap.

To remove nail glue from your skin, dip the affected skin area in some warm water and soak for 15 minutes. This loosens the glue from the skin. Once loose, scrub the area with a toothbrush or nail buffer.

Soak a cotton wool swab stick in a nail polish remover with an acetone base, and apply it on the affected skin area. The combination of acetone and heat will break the bond between the skin and the nail glue. Acetone can irritate areas of the skin that are open such as paper cut, so you will need to be vigilant.

Brush the area again with a toothbrush or nail buffer to remove any residue glue. Acetone dries quickly and once it dries, apply some petroleum jelly on the affected area to moisturize it and peel away any remaining glue.


You now know how to make nail glue at home using basic household items as ingredients. All you need is some PVA glue and nail polish to create your homemade nail gun.This may go a long way toward saving you some money in the future, as you might never need to buy brand nail glue ever again. As this article illustrates, applying and removing nail glue is just as easy as making it.