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Quickest way to dry painted nails

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hollyisalovelyname Fri 05-Dec-14 19:56:25

Help please. What is the quickest way to dry painted nail?
Right now.
Thanks in advance

sooperdooper Fri 05-Dec-14 19:58:05

Avon do a brilliant spray that sets nails, but do you mean now this second??

CatsClaus Fri 05-Dec-14 19:58:06

cold water....fill sink, swish hands in it....sure i read somewhere that works.

but i have no idea how you go about drying your hands if it doesn't work

CarbeDiem Fri 05-Dec-14 19:59:57

I've read the freezing water thing too. I mean to try but forget every time.

greengagemutantgingermyrtle Fri 05-Dec-14 20:01:48

For future reference; Seche Vite. Right now cold water may work?

hollyisalovelyname Fri 05-Dec-14 20:06:30

This second. Yes !
Thank you.

Angelhairscruff Fri 05-Dec-14 20:06:48

I put my hands in cold water every time I paint my nails. It does work.

CointreauVersial Fri 05-Dec-14 23:36:26

Seche Vite.

Or flap your hands around like a fairy.

ForSaleChesterDraws Fri 05-Dec-14 23:40:51

Sally Hansen insta dry drops of freackin awesome.

burnishedsilver Sat 06-Dec-14 00:26:31

Oil.
Any kind of oil really but cuticle oil would be the oil of choice. Water comes a close second.

EddieVeddersfoxymop Sat 06-Dec-14 00:27:53

Seche vite!!

hollyisalovelyname Sat 06-Dec-14 08:36:42

Thank you

Hopefully Sat 06-Dec-14 09:21:42

I hate sèche vie, it goes gloopy too quickly. Big fan of OPI drip dry.

CointreauVersial Sat 06-Dec-14 12:05:01

Hopefully, I bought a bottle of Seche Restore, which thinned my Seche Vite (and any gloopy bottles of nail varnish) beautifully.

I guess it's a good thing it dries out so fast....

Hopefully Sat 06-Dec-14 12:15:01

Something that restores gloopy nail varnish sounds like A Good Thing. Must investigate!

Fabulassie Sat 06-Dec-14 12:37:50

Cold water after every coat, then flapping until they're dry... then a setting spray at the end.

If every layer is dry before applying the next you won't have "dry" polish that gets dented or smudged.

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