No, regular nail polish requires air drying, whereas gel polish contains a polymer that must be ‘cured’ by a UV or LED lamp for it to become hard. Regular nail polishes can’t be used with UV or LED lamps and it won’t dry any quicker from being put under the lamp.
This 36W UV/LED nail lamp dryer comes with 15 pcs of dual source lamp beads (UV/ LED), which makes it suitable for drying all kinds of gel nail polish quickly and efficiently and not just regular polish.
Generally What is the best way to dry regular nail polish? Cold air is really the most effective way to solidify the polish faster. If you don’t have a cool setting on your electric fans or blow dryer, try holding your hands in the freezer. I know it’s cold but it’s a great trick and TBH we’ll take any chance to avoid smearing our nails before they’re dry.
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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
Can you cure normal nail polish with UV lamp?
Also, can regular polish be cured under my UV lamp? Only gel polish can be cured under a UV lamp. Regular polish dries on its own, while gel polish requires a lamp and won’t cure unless it’s sat under the lamp.
How can I dry my nail polish without UV light?
Yes, these methods may take more time, and they might not be as successful as the UV light, but they still work!
- Use Non-UV Gel Polish.
- Create an Ice Water Bath.
- Apply Cooking Spray.
- Sit Under the Sun.
- Opt for a Thinner Coat.
- Use a Quick-Drying Nail Polish Spray.
How can I get nail polish to dry faster?
Keep reading for some safe suggestions for how to dry nail polish faster.
- Quick-dry top coat. Purchasing a clear coat of nail polish that’s been formulated specifically to cut down on drying time is an easy way to dry nails faster.
- Cold water quick-dry.
- Baby oil.
- Thin coats of polish.
- Drying drops.
Can you cure regular nail polish with gel top coat?
In short, you should not apply a gel top coat to your regular nail polish since regular nail polish has a long drying time and gel polish will trap moisture under the top coat. We recommend that you stick with a regular base coat and top coat when painting your nails with regular nail lacquer.
How long does it take for regular nail polish to dry?
Most nail polish applications should fully dry in under an hour; in fact, nail polish can take as little as 15 minutes to dry, Lim says. Many salons have fan dryers with UV lights, which can help accelerate the drying time.
Does cold water really dry nail polish?
‘Yes, you can speed up your drying time by submerging your nails in cold water,’ confirms Michelle. Hooray! She advises, ‘Simply fill a bowl, dip your nails, and wait 3-5 minutes – or however long you can spare! You can even add a few ice cubes to make the temperature cooler.
Does blowing on nails help them dry?
Blow it up Salons use fans to help speed up drying, but your hair dryer works just as well. The secret is to put it on the cool setting. Heat actually keeps polish from firming, so giving your digits a shot of cold air is much more helpful.