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Pictures taken from google ^^
some of you might already know this, but some of you might not..

So here is how to fix those old nail polishes!!

Posted by Unspoken Message from Bredäng, Blekinge County, Sweden • Published See Unspoken Message's 13 projects »
  • How to make your own nail polish. Tired Of Dried Out Nailpolish? - Step 1
    Step 1

    just put a few drops of the nail polish remover into the nail polish and your doone!! :P

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Amberlynn Reid
Amberlynn Reid · Kathmandu, Central Region, NP · 67 projects
How did you get to use google pics?? I thought you're not allowed to use others photos!
Queenblurblab P.
Queenblurblab P.
I would not advise this. Yes it does work in the short term but in the long run it will ruin your polish. It's best to use a polish thinner.
Becks S.
Becks S. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 36 projects
I've done this quite a few times! I really like it. Although I have to disagree with the comments below, I would think that the remover would evaporate after it's dried on your nails. I've never had any problems with it. If you were worried about it though, you could always put a coat of clear nail polish on your nails before the polish with the remover in it. Overall-- love it!
ƒяєє · Belgium, Wisconsin, US · 9 projects
WOW! I just did this how-to and it works!
Thank you for sharing this!
I had some nail polish that was dried out (and it was my favorite one!) and i searched for a solution, now, this is the solution! thank you!!
Abigail · Nederland, Colorado, US · 15 projects
nail polish works fine for me! Happy
Ezme · Wantage, England, GB · 25 projects
is is great.... athough i have to agree with the others i wouldnt put it on my nails it will really damage them- but you could always use it to paint artificial nails! Happy
Spiffy555 · 37 projects
Candice C.
Candice C. · Wylie, Texas, US · 49 projects
remover will ruin your polish - chips like crazy! BUT polish thinner will do the trick. you can get it at any beauty supply store for around $4 for 4oz - just a couple of drops goes a long way so you're saving money all around.
FrolleinKram · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 132 projects
Nail polish remover makes your polish liquid again, true, but it totally demolishes the structure and thereby makes the polish brittle and easy to break & peel off. That's why this stuff is called polish REMOVER.

Plus, you don't really want the chemicals of the remover to stay on your nails that long. Usually, you wash it off after using, but mixing it to your polish, the chemicals have a lot of time to chew and devour your nails. Not so funny.

I heard about this idea way back, too, but honestly, it's useless.

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