Celebrity manicurist and general manager of Base Coat Nail Salon Shelly Hill says her go-to method for thinning out nail polish is a drop of pure acetone. Just like polish thinners, it’s critical to use only one drop of pure acetone in your bottle of nail polish.
Yes, you can use 2 to 3 drops of rubbing alcohol (91% alcohol) to thin out your nail polish. Can nail polish be thinned with remover? No. Although this may seem like a quick solution, this method will break down your nail polish’s formula.
Generally Can you add nail polish thinner to gel nail polish? Thick gel nail polishes can be made thinner by warming them up, adding acetone or gel polish thinner to bring the gel polish to its original viscosity. Either liquid will make thick gel polish thinner so it will be easier to apply.
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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
Why is my nail polish sticky and won’t dry?
If your nail polish is not drying quickly, you’ve likely just painted on too thick of a layer. You should only be applying thin layers at a time and let each one dry before applying another.
Is nail polish thinner the same as nail polish remover?
Short answer then: don’t use acetone nail polish remover to thin your polish. Nail Polish Thinner is the answer. By adding nail polish thinner to your sticky little bottle of colour, you’re replacing the solvent that’s evaporated.
How do you make nail polish not sticky without thinning it?
Hot water. If rubbing the polish between your hands doesn’t quite do the job and you are out of lacquer thinner, hot water is a great trick. All you have to do is run the bottle under hot water to heat the polish. This will temporarily thin out the formula.