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Nail polish hardens when it is cold, so Romah says another great tip is to let your nails dry for about 60 seconds, then dip them in a bowl of cold ice water for one to two minutes.

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Unless, of course, you're a really patient person who can sit and wait 15+ minutes for your nail polish to dry properly. I'm definitely not patient when it comes to letting my nails dry, even when ...

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Here, we reveal the magic length of dry time to achieve pro results. According to Essie, two minutes is the ideal amount of time you should allow nails to dry in between coats. Any shorter length of time and your nails will be more susceptible to denting or smudging, resulting in an uneven polish application and chipping.

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No matter how long you wait for your nail polish to dry, it never seems to be long enough. Added to that there's always a pressing loo visit needed once your final nail is primed, and you've ...

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No one wants to wait around for nail polish to dry. There are lots of rumors of ways to get polish to dry more quickly, but which actually work? These are the best quick-drying nail polish tips submitted by readers. Feeling scientific? Take a look at the chemistry behind quick-dry methods and learn which really work.

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Now all you’ve got to do is sit still long enough for your nail polish to dry. But when there are emails to write, texts to be sent, and Instagram photos to post, you can’t afford to be ...

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So, while the icy water may thicken the polish so it seems to dry more quickly, the only way to get a hard coat of polish is to let it dry. The cold water won't hurt anything, but it won't speed the process up—unless you dry your hands under an air dryer afterward.

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Opened bottles, after about two years. Unopened, they can last indefinitely, says Annette Soboleski, a nail technician for polish maker OPI Products Inc. Once a bottle has been opened, some ingredients will evaporate, causing the polish to thicken and separate. To thin the polish and make it last longer, add a few drops of nail lacquer thinner.

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There's nothing worse than spending an hour perfecting your manicure only to have it chip in three days. You might think it's the polish or the fact that you didn't wait as long for it to dry as ...

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10 Unusual Uses for Nail Polish: If you're anything like me you have bottles of nail polish building up in your desk drawer from years ago. What you might not know is there are plenty of ways to put that nail polish to use besides just decorating your fingers. Here are 10 new use…