2016年12月26日 Update

At Home Manicure Tips to Dry Nail Polish Faster!

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Always mess up when you are drying the nail polish?

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If you can dry it faster, you won't be making a mess!
Check these tips!

Dip them in cold water

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Now that we know cold air helps polish harden, employ the same cool principle with water: Dip wet nails into a bowl of cold H2O, says Liang. (Just be sure to wait at least a minute before doing so to allow your polish to set preliminary.) A two-minute dunk should dry nails to the point that you can go about your business as normal.

Use sprays

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You can get nail-drying spray at the drugstore, and it really does help your polish set in a couple of minutes. But Pam (and other cooking oil aerosols) legendarily does the job as well. Just wait a few minutes after you spray it on and rinse your hands so you don't smell like canola oil.

Air Duster

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Air duster or keyboard duster contains endothermic or heat absorbing ingredients and it also releases a cooling spray, perfect quick drying nails.

Quick-dry topcoat

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Using a quick-dry topcoat is always smart, because it helps keep everything in place and protects your polish. The only caveat is that the still-liquid polish underneath can move around, resulting in lumps or ripples, so don't treat it as a cure-all.
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