How Do You Dry Nails Fast?

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Use a fast dry top coat like Seche Vite. My nails are completely dry in like 3 minutes

Dec 21, 2012

Erica H.

I have "Go Ahead and Dry Me" by Sephora. You just spray it on your nails, and it dries them within 30 seconds! It was only like $8.00 and I think it works better than ice water etc.

Dec 21, 2012

Coretta B.

Put your hands in cold water


Get a bowl ,put water in the bowl then put ice in the bowl .

Dec 21, 2012

Coretta B.

Let it melt then out your finger tips in

Dec 21, 2012

Coretta B.

Put

Dec 21, 2012

Stephanie K.

Open your freezer and place your fingers by the cold air for about a minute. It works. 

Dec 23, 2012

Tonita C.

SECHE VITE top coat....it dries nails in no time and is an excellent top coat!!!!

Dec 23, 2012

Liz V.

I use this Avon oil spray

Dec 23, 2012

Rachel Y.

Put them in frount of a fan for 3-5 minutes

Dec 23, 2012

Sherry G.

Using a fast drying top coat, combinied with OPIs Drip Dry quick drying drops does the job. It really takes hours for your nail polish to dry all the way through, but this at least gets them surface dry so you can function.

Dec 25, 2012

Katie S.

Essie good to go top coat :)

Dec 25, 2012

Julie C.

OPI Drip, Dry drops! Bought at ULTA and had seriously been life changing. This is the only way I let my clients' nails dry!

Dec 25, 2012

Stephanie T.

At my school we use Zoya Hurry Up drops & Qtica Half Time drops. They work great!

Dec 25, 2012

Sophia C.

I run them under freezing cold water and spray them with that Pam cooking spray! Rinse them again and they're completely dry

Dec 25, 2012

Crystal B.

Soak them in cold water 

Dec 25, 2012

Meredith M.

I use a nail polish drier from Sally's beauty supply. It comes in a large red can and its only $2. It works really well!

Dec 26, 2012

Kelly S.

Seche Vite!

Dec 26, 2012

Angelica D.

Blow dryer? Lol;)

Dec 26, 2012

Caroline L.

Spray Pam on them, sounds weird but it works!

Dec 26, 2012

Susana R.

Quick dry drops. They sell it at Sephora and it works!

Dec 26, 2012

Cristina S.

Spray with Pam. It works. Or soak then in ice cold water, don't run them under the sink!

Dec 26, 2012

Juliana M.

Dip them in ice cold water for 5 mins

Dec 26, 2012

Caroline D.

This sounds like an odd trick.. But, when your finished painting them spray PAM cooking spray on them and wait about 1-2 minutes. Then they should be bone dry! Wash your hands then, but don't scrub too hard!;)

Dec 26, 2012

Stephanie K.

A hair dryer is very bad to dry your nails with. The heat separates the polish, even on the cool setting. It's not cool enough. 

Dec 27, 2012

Audrey C.

I put them under my blow dryer or fan

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