It is a common issue for females. Nails-paints became dry very quickly. How can I reuse my dry nails-paints?

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  • When you say "Nails-paints", I assume you mean Nail Varnish? When you say "Re-use" are you trying to refresh a dried-out nail varnish so you can continue to use it, or are you looking for an alternative use for nail varnish that is unusable because it has dried out? – Lefty Nov 11 '18 at 21:19

Adding on to @user18894's answer, you could also buy acetone from a beauty shop or drug store. Dip the brush of the nail polish into a bit of acetone, then place it back into the bottle to make the dry polish runny again.

Here are some more suggestions and a step-by-step guide: https://www.wikihow.com/Restore-Thick-Dried-Out-Nail-Polish


You can buy nail polish thinner (from where you buy your nail polish) to make the thickened nail polish runny again.

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