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nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!! nail polish sticks to your finger nails because there is glue in the polish that dries and attachs to your nail. be aware you can get posioned by nail polish DO NOT SWALLOW!! WARNING WARNING WARNING!!!


it makes the nail polish spread on you finger


Apply Varnish to get figure nail polish out off the furniture .


That is a good question! But to tell you the truth, I dont know that either. But I am sure that finger nail polish is not a makeup. it is not


nail polish remover!!!!!!!!!!!:)If on finger nails use a nail polish remover which containes Acetone. On anything else, forget it



finger nail polish remover, or acetone.


yes,they do grow with finger nail polish on.


Cold water does not help nail polish dry. Its makes your nail polish come off.


A small amount of finger nail polish remover, and a soft,non abrasive, lint free cloth. Dab the cloth into the nail polish remover, and gently wipe away the nail polish.


Get the non-acetone Finger nail polish remover! you can mabye find it at a local super market!


It won't directly help them grow but there are nail polish brands that make nail polish that will help protect and strengthen them so the are less likely to break.


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Use nail polish remover. It might help


The Chinese made nail polish a long, long, long, long, long, long, long time ago.


Try finger nail polish remover or acetone. Make sure you have plenty of ventilation for either of these.


I usually just pour about a cap full of finger nail polish remover in the polish then close the bottle and roll the bottle of polish back and fourth in your hands. This mixes it and thins out the polish.


They help mix up the polish.


There is only one way you can get longer finger nails fast. You can buy a nail polish that can help them grow.


heyy you can try q tips with nail polish remover it will help


Nail polish contains solvents to help the other ingredients suspend properly in the nail polish. It is these solvents that dissolve the Styrofoam.


acetone removes the coating of nail polish on your finger or toe nails. it peels the outer shell off and allows the other contents of the nail polish remover to remove the rest of the color.


Nail polish does tend to chip very easily, and can look messy by the end of a week of having it on. There are a few things you can do to help it stay on longer. Before applying nail polish, wipe your nails with nail polish remover to help remove the oils in your nails, this will help the nail polish adhere to the nails. Put on a base coat. Apply two coats of your favourite nail polish. Put on a top coat.


It was invented by Michelle Menard in the 1920's.


Acetone. Commonly found in Nail Polish Remover.



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