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How to Restore Old Sticky Nail Polish

by eHow Contributor
With some premium nail polishes and lacquers costing you to dish out double digits, the last thing you want is to throw away a half-used bottle just because it's turned thick or sticky. This is especially true if you have a favorite, limited-edition shade that you just can't find anymore. If your bo...
  • Melissa Sloki

    Any woman who likes to have her nails painted has a red nail polish from her cosmetics, without doubt it is the favorite. It is a shade that can combine with everything that looks sexy and is elected by all women, both fans of nail art as those who paint occasionally. The red nails are 100% combined with the black dresses.

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    How to Fix Dried Out Nail Polish (3 Steps) | eHow

  • Lucia Téllez

    11.Me pinto las uñas. I paint my nails.

  • Jammie Cone

    Revive your favorite nail polish with a nail polish thinner.

  • SheeBo

    How to Restore Your Old Sticky Nail Polish--Best to use nail polish thinner such as OPI Nail Lacquer Thinner, Essie Fluid-E Nail Polish Thinner, Orly N.P. Thinner or Seche Restore. However there is another way in a pinch. Click on link.

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but seldom take the time to do it...plus I lack the "how to apply polish and make it look awesome" gene!