Easy nail polish remover jar - LikeaLady.net

You will need 4 colors of nail polish, a dental floss holder and a piece of wax paper. 1) Paint your nail with a color that you prefer. 2) Apply a generous glob of nail polish to a piece of wax paper . 3) Dab the floss in the nail polish and rock it over your nail to create a lines. 4) Repeat step 2 and 3 with another color. 5) Apply a top coat.

DIY nail polish remover jar

These flatten wine bottles make perfect serving trays for your cheese and meats assortment. Completely ups the status of your next dinner party, and recycles and reuses wine bottles in a fabulous new way. DIY instructions here: http://www.ehow.com/how_5835721_flatten-wine-bottles.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

Polka Dot nails using a bandaid!!!

Grab some white nail polish, your favorite sharpies, and a bottle of #Cutex nail polish remover to get this look on your #nails. @chelseaqueen #manicure

Fix a broken nail with a tea bag and nail glue. Just did this & it works! The tutorial is easy to follow. Only suggestion is that there isn't a need to have the tea bag paper cover your whole nail, just the break. It was harder to make sure it covered the whole nail.

SAY WHAT?!: Ever wanted to paint pretty designs on your nails and then realized that it was impossible to do yourself because you have a dominant hand? Well here's a solution!! Paint the designs onto a ziploc bag and then peel them off and place them on your nail!! Finish with top coat. SHUT the front door. no way.

Use #Cutex SPA Formula Nail Polish Remover to switch up your #glitter #mani. It’s made for those hard-to-remove polishes. @Cosmopolitan

shellac hack - I want to try this!

Gotta refresh my memory

Dress up your nails in a fun, easy, bold pattern! Thanks to Nail Pop, Turquoise isn’t just for jewelry anymore!


I love this nail art using Essie nail polish!

You Will Be Amazed To See What You Can Achieve With A Plain Coffee Cup And Some Nail Polish!

Fill the glass with HOT water. As hot as your tap will allow! Put the nail polish bottle in the glass upside down. The water level should only be high enough to cover the lid. Wait 2 minutes, dry off the polish bottle, and see if it will open. Usually this method works for me the first time, but if the bottle is still stuck, repeat the process.

How To: Waterless Water Marble

Gel-effect lacquer that's easily removable with nail polish remover. Yes!

Check out the simplest way to remove your polish when it's time for a change! http://dropdeadgorgeousdaily.com/2014/04/roadtested-manicare-nail-polish-remover-pads/