Pretty Nail Drying Spray
Ok so I thought you may be interested in something I found last month that I have been playing with a lot lately when it came to my nails.
As you may already know I paint my nails all of the time and even when it is a strengthening or clear varnish I tend to be sat waiting around for however long it takes and every minute is too long for me.
The Poundshop have their own range of nail polish and other items to go along with them including polish remover, nail art and even this.......
The Nail Drying Spray!
As with all of the items in the store it is only £1 and for that price it is worth a try, especially if it is going to cut my waiting for the polish to dry time down .
I have also been using the Twist and Out Polish remover which I was very impressed with so this is what brought me to trying this originally due to knowing the sister products worked well.
I am so impatient and I am sure I am not alone in this .
I am the type of person who does not have time to sit and wait, I am mum and wife as well as dog handler to three demanding German Shepherds and my every second is spent using my hands in some way or another , even if it is for things less hard core like lifting a cup of tea or dipping biscuits .
I use a range of nail polishes from the cheaper brands to the higher end ones but it does not matter how much you pay or where you get them from, not one of them takes less than a minute to dry and if someone says they do?,,,,,,, well they lie!
The Drying Spray is simply used as expected.
You apply your polish as normal then simply aim the spray at your nails around 60 cm away from the nail and spritz those painted tips.
You then leave alone for 1 minute or longer if you have time and it does all the hard work for you , quicker than it would normally, hopefully.
The spray is cold and the pressure is harsh but more surprising to me is that what came out of it was wet!
I left my nails clear for the 60 seconds after spraying my nails before attempting to pick anything up or touch anything and it seemed to have worked although still a little tacky to the touch so I would recommend leaving a little longer.
It says on the tin that it gives extra shine but in fact I found it made my nails a little more dull for some reason .
It is a great product to own if your forever doing your nails or always in a hurry like me and for only £1 it is most certainly a bargain.
Have you tried Nail drying sprays before, what did you think?
26/5/2015 04:45:04 am
oohh i have never tried this before,might give it a go x
26/5/2015 12:03:09 pm
One of the reasons I don't bother painting my nails is that I can't be bothered with waiting for them to dry.
26/5/2015 12:25:45 pm
What a great idea! Nail varnish takes SO long to dry otherwise!
26/5/2015 03:24:13 pm
I need something like this. I am terrible at waiting and often forget to do anything and end up taking it off!
26/5/2015 03:49:41 pm
Ohh what an interesting sounding product and for £1 who could say no.
27/5/2015 07:25:38 am
Not bad at all for a quid. I've ruined so many nails by being in a rush and them not being dry.
27/5/2015 12:50:23 pm
I hadn't heard of nail crying spray before but what a great idea! I am forever spending ages painting my nails only to touch something and them ALL be ruined so I may have to give this a try! x
27/5/2015 01:38:21 pm
This post made me smile - the last time I had nail varnish on, it was my 3 year old daughter who had applied it (after begging me to let her!). Sounds like a useful product, though.
27/5/2015 04:13:34 pm
For £1 you can't really go wrong, thanks. Mich x
28/5/2015 12:29:57 am
This is a good idea - how much time do you think that you saved by using this?
30/5/2015 02:33:37 am
Ooh I've never heard of this - what a great product.
1/6/2015 02:45:18 am
Great idea - I am hopeless at doing nothing, even for the few minutes it takes your nails to dry!
23/6/2015 04:20:07 am
Wow - what a bargain! I use quick drying nail polish - but this looks really good. Kaz x
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