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Nail Polish Drying Tips and Tricks

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Keeping that nail polish untouched before it's completely dry can be a challenge. This guide contains nail polish drying tips and tricks.


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By 5 found this helpful
June 1, 2012

Fill up a wash basin with very cold water and after you have polished your nails, immerse them in the cold water for about 3 minutes. It makes the nail polish hard and stays that way.


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By Elaine from Belle Plaine, IA

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By 4 found this helpful
April 14, 2016

I was always frustrated after polishing my nails and waiting and waiting for it to dry but a friend told me this tip that works.

Put some ice into a cup of water and leave in the freezer. Once you are done polishing your nails, take the ice out of the water and stick your newly painted fingers into the ice cold water. The cold water seals the polish and dries it much quicker


Note: Don't leave ice cubes in the water so they don't accidentally scrape your polish job!

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November 11, 20040 found this helpful

Pam cooking spray will dry fingernail polish quickly.

By Kathy

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May 5, 20060 found this helpful

When your finger nail polish is partially dry, stick your fingers in a bowl of freezing cold water, it will speed up the drying process.


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