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Do you know all about Nail Polish ?

1. What is in nail polish?

Nail polish consists of a film-forming polymer dissolved in a volatile organic solvent. Nitrocellulose that is dissolved in butyl acetate or ethyl acetate is common. This basic formulation is expanded to include the following: Plasticizers to yield non-brittle films.

2. Is Polish bad for your nails?

Unless the polish is full of chemicals, that can cause damage, nail polish is not bad for nails. Remove polish at least every seven days with a non-acetone remover, as acetone can be very dehydrating to the nail plate, causing bumps on fingernails. Polish can often cause your nails to turn yellow, peel or dry up.

3. How often should you change your nail polish?

Generally, though, I’ll change my fingers once a week, occasionally upping that to every other day, or daily, depending on flights of fancy and/or seasonal release schedules. As for my toes, once a week. Sometimes two. So many nail polishes, so little time!

4. How long should you wait between coats of nail polish?

Two minutes Yup, 2 full minutes between the base coat and the color, two minutes between color coats, and then two minutes before the top coat goes on. She says that’s all you need to wait in between to get a dry enough surface to get the next layer to adhere

5. What is the lifespan of nail polish?

Typically a nail polish can last from 18 to 24 months if they are kept in a cool dark place. You can however use the nail polish LONGER than 24 months if it has not gone bad. It is easy to tell if your nail polish has gone bad then to simple toss it after 2 years.

6. Can add water to nail polish?

Adding water to nail polish doesn’t thin it out, it ruins the polish. If your polish is getting thick, add a few drops of nail polish thinner (not remover) which you can buy at any beauty supply store.

7. How long can you use nail polish?

Typically a nail polish can last from 18 to 24 months if they are kept in a cool dark place. You can however use the nail polish LONGER than 24 months if it has not gone bad. It is easy to tell if your nail polish has gone bad then to simple toss it after 2 years.

8. Should you keep nail polish in the fridge?

Do store nail polish in a cool, dark place with consistent temperature. … Don’t store nail polish in the fridge. Whilst some say that storing your polish in the fridge slows down the discolouration that happens as the polish gets older and reduces the solvent evaporation, it also causes the formula to thicken

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After this article, we hope you will choose a nail polish for yourself. And if you are still wondering, come to our nail salon prince george to have professional technicians will advise and help you transform your nails so beautiful.

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