August 7, 2014

Beauty fix #1.

Just read an article about quick beauty fixes for women on the move.  Sometime or another we have all hoped for a faster, way to  rush along our nail polishes to dry,

I had a dilemma a few days ago.  In a rush, I quickly polished my nails in hopes for them to dry for a special occasion.  Did they dry before I made a mad dash....NO!  My perfectly polished nails were smeared all over the place!  Fast forward to the end of the story, I had to remove and just go bare nailed.  I purchased the quick dry polish thinking that would help me when in a time crunch.  Although it dried quicker than the other polishes, I still had to give an extra minute or two. 

Since reading this article, I will try their solution to this quick nail drying tip and report my findings. So simple, all you have to do is fill a cup full of cold water and dip your wet nails in the water for one to two minutes.  Supposedly, your nails will dry faster. 

Stay tuned for the results.

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