Drying nail polish quickly can be a challenge, but there are beauty tricks to speed up the drying process. Here are the details.
To speed up the drying process of nail polish naturally, there are some beauty tricks that can be done using everyday household products. These tricks include using a bowl of ice water, olive oil, and a hairdryer. By using these common products, it is possible to accelerate the drying of nail polish. Olive oil not only nourishes the nails but also helps dry the nail polish faster than natural drying. Additionally, the bowl of ice water is a practical and effective method. Simply dip the nails into the bowl of water to help them dry faster.
To determine if nail polish is dry, there are various tips and tricks to follow. One common method is to use olive oil. Here are the steps:
1. Apply the nail polish.
2. Pour a small amount of olive oil into a container to speed up the drying process.
3. Dip your fingers into the container with the olive oil.
4. Rinse your nails with water.
5. Dry your nails with a cloth to check if the polish is dry.
By using this trick, you can effectively ensure quick drying of the nail polish in just 5 seconds. Alternatively, you can also try using a hairdryer or a bowl of cold water to dry the nail polish faster. Additionally, applying a top coat can also work wonders in speeding up the drying process.
Can a UV lamp dry nail polish?
In addition to top coat, cold water, and olive oil, there are other tricks to make your nail polish dry faster and naturally. A nail dryer is always effective and can be used with any type of nail polish. Remember that the thicker the layers of polish, the longer the drying time will be. A UV lamp nail dryer seems to be effective in drying semi-permanent polishes, as well as faux nails with polish and gels, in just a few minutes.
What kind of lamp should I use to dry regular nail polish?
For regular nail polish, you can use a lamp with an integrated fan that runs on batteries to speed up the drying process. As for LED nail dryers, they are more expensive but are specifically designed to dry LED polishes, artificial nails, and gels instead of regular nail polish. In this case, a professional UV lamp is typically used.