Here’s what you need to do: use an eyedropper to pour 2-3 drops of thinner into the nail polish. Then, screw the cap back on and roll the bottle between the palms of your hands to mix the two together. Test the consistency – if it flows smoothly from the brush, it is ready to use.
Add a Drop (or two) of Pure Acetone Just like polish thinners, it’s critical to use only one drop of pure acetone in your bottle of nail polish. Shake well, and if the polish is still too thick, add one more drop, says Hill.
Generally How can I thin my nail polish without thinner? 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.
Here You Can Watch The Video How to Thin Nail Polish
Similarly, How To Restore & Prevent Sticky or Thick Polish!
Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
Can you thin nail polish with 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 clumpy nail polish thinner?
How to do it: Using the eyedropper, add a drop or two of acetone to the polish. Screw the cap back on and roll (don’t shake) the bottle between your hands for about a minute. Then, prepare to be amazed as the lacquer returns to a nice and smooth state. Magic.
How do you fix clumpy nail polish without acetone?
If you don’t have access to acetone or a polish thinner and are in need of a quick fix, try adding a few drops of hot water. The reality is, no matter how much you shake, warm and thin your polish, it will clump eventually.
Can I microwave nail polish?
Good Advice: Don’t Put Nail Polish In The Microwave!
Why is my nail polish thick and goopy?
Exposure to air is one of the reasons nail polish starts to dry out and thicken. Always store your nail polish in a cool place, like a linen closet. Though convenient, the bathroom isn’t the best place to store nail polish because things start heating up when you shower or use a blow dryer.