*Submerge your freshly painted nails in cold (not skin damaging cold) water for 3 minutes. Your nails will be dry and any mistakes will be easier to remove from your skin.
*Use broken eyeshadow to create new and custom colored nail polish! More on that HERE…
*Paint the skin that surrounds your nail with Elmer’s glue. Let it dry and paint your nails. When you are done, peel away the glue for a flawless finish.
*Spray wet nails with Pam (the original kind) and wipe off for an instant dry.
*If your nail polish brush become stuck thanks to polish drying on the cap, submerge the bottle in warm water upside down (lid first) for 5-10 minutes.
*Add a little cornstarch to your clear top coat or polish to get a matte finish.
*Remove your polish with 1 cotton ball. Take 1 cotton ball and unravel into strips. Next, tear off 10-12 pieces of the cotton ball and dip (don’t soak) the pieces into your favorite nail polish remover. Place the wet, but not saturated piece on your nail and leave it for 3-5 minutes.
I’d leave it on longer if you did multiple coats or a super dark color. Starting with pressure at your nail bed, sweep off polish with a little elbow grease. (You don’t have to hurt yourself of pop a nail.
*Soak fingernails in warm gelatin for 2-5 minutes at least once a week to strengthen weak nails.
*Spill your nail polish on your dark colored carpet? Try pouring on hair spray or rubbing alcohol and then blotting the polish up with a sponge or paper towels.
*Use masking tape and a hole punches with different tips to create your own stencils. Punch holes into the tape and apply to your finger. Paint and remove tape!