All my nailpolish gets dried n thick .. hw to solve this issue 😥 I only use Maybelline nail paints . | POPxo
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All my nailpolish gets dried n thick .. hw to solve this issue 😥 I only use Maybelline nail paints .
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Put lil nail remover in it nd shake it...
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Store them into fridge. And those nail paints which are already dried up, add small amount of nail paint remover into them and shake well. They'll be ready to use.
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I store my nail paints at fridge at it stays good for years... You can try that too...
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Sweety first apply a base coat and apply ur nail polish like 2 coats and seal it with a top coat...Tc!!
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Keep your nail polish in fridge
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do u close them tight enough? and keep in a dark and cool place?
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Its okk what you can do is add a few drops of nail paint remover when your nail paints get dried up it will help
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Apply a Base coat and don't apply nail paint near fan
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U can add spirit which is used in polishing furniture.. Or else u can add nail Polish remover
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Add few drops of nail paint remover.
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Firstly, watch the video of "How to give yourself a manicure at home" on popxo. Secondly, change the brand of your nail polish. Thirdly, do not sit under a fan while applying nail polish. Try these, and you'll see the difference.
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Use thinner to lubricate
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Add a few drops of nail paint remover/ thinner to it. You'll get it back in the same viscosity!!
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