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Make nail polish dry faster by dunking hands into cold water, using a blow dryer or purchasing products designed to dry polish quickly when applied to a fresh manicure. Non-stick cooking spray also speeds the drying process.

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Although there are numerous ways of drying nail polish fast, one simple way is to dip your fingernails in ice water. You need ice cubes, cold water, a bowl and your polished nails. The process takes approximately two minutes.

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To dry nail polish fast, allow nails to air dry for a couple of minutes before plunging them into ice-cold water for 3 minutes. Alternatively, apply very thin coats of polish, and blow cool air on the nails using a fan or blow dryer on a cool setting between coats.

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Polished nails dry quickly after being submerged in ice water for three minutes. Prepare the ice water prior to manicuring your nails to avoid damaging your manicure.

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It typically takes between 1 to 2 hours for nail polish to dry completely, but hands can often be used after 5 to 15 minutes if a nail polish dryer is used. It is always best for a person to apply nail polish when there is time to allow the nails to dry fully.

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To make nail polish last, clean the nail beds with white vinegar, then file each nail short before applying a base coat to the nails, followed by two coats of nail polish and a top coat. Allow the nail polish to dry completely and reapply the top coat every few days to preserve the finish.

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Nail polish is made up of solvents, film formers, resins, plasticizers and pigments. These ingredients are labeled as butyl acetate, xylene, toluene and formalin. Companies including Essie and Butter London use formulations that are free of DBP, toluene and formaldehyde.

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The only effective way to protect drying nail polish while sleeping is to refrain from sleep until the polish is dry. If the polish is still tacky, it may smear and ruin the bed linens. Reduce the polish's drying time by applying a quick-dry topcoat or spraying the nails with manicurists' setting sp

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To take off nail polish, soak a cotton ball in nail polish remover, and press the soaked ball over the nail to for a few minutes to allow the polish soften. Wipe away the polish, clean the cuticles, and then wash and moisturize your hands.

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Nail polish can go bad, but with proper storage it lasts an extremely long time. Manufacturers rarely list an expiration date on nail polish, so monitoring the polish's texture is necessary to determine if it has gone bad.