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fingernail polish

Posted by sunny43 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 8, 08 at 22:55

I have use Hard as Nails polish but it seems thicker than other polishes. I love this certain color but it doesn't go on smooth because of the thickness.
Is there anyway to thin fingernail polish?
Thanks


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RE: fingernail polish

I have never had a problem with mine being too thick- I like that line of polish and it seems to stay on pretty well. Is it possible the bottle is old or has been left open too long?


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I picked up 3 bottles of it and they all have the same thickness. I am wondering if that certain color came from a bad batch? I don't ever leave mine opened so I know that can't be it. I have cats and I worry about them knocking it over.
Groominggal does your polish have the same consistency as other polishes?
Thanks


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RE: fingernail polish

You can buy Nail Polish Thinner at most beauty supply stores. Just add a little at a time until the polish is the consistency you want it. If you don't have any beauty supplies around, you can add a little acetone to it to thin it out.


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RE: fingernail polish

I have Sally's beauty supply close to us so I am going to make a run there to see what they have.
Thanks for all your help.


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RE: fingernail polish

Good Luck!


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RE: fingernail polish

sorry for the delay- I have some brownish/pink colors and they are thicker than my pale polishes from SH- but they still aren't really thick.
Did you try the polish thinner?


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RE: fingernail polish

The polish is a brownish pink color and yes it is thicker. I went and purchased some thinner at Sallys. It works great. Thanks for all the help.


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RE: fingernail polish

Sunny, glad the polish thinner worked for you!


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