Here are my nails after nudging the edges with the angled end of my jumbo orange stick as directed by several bloggers who've posted about this. The polish on the base of my nails came off easily. The polish below the nail line didn't, except for my thumb with the lifted corner, most of that came off leaving an 1/8" strip of polish just below the nail line. Mr. Inky though maybe the white part needed to be the same temperature as the pink part of my nail to peel easily. Okay, off to the bathroom to wash/soak my nails in hot water. No deal. The polish didn't budge. So out came the acetone. I have to say removal was easier with the acetone & the glue base coat than it usually is with regular base coat. I still had to soak my nails & had bits of glitter here & there after the polish was gone, but the glue started lifting up at that point & I could peel if off in lil bits. It may be that I didn't get a sufficiently thick layer of glue laid down. I did have some oozing of the glue resulting in blobs near the edges that I went over again to smooth out. That may have thinned it out too much.
I'm willing to try white glue base coat under glitter again.