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Simple nail polish can be so multifunctional! You can fix runs on your tights and prevent their appearance, prevent rust appearing on your bath belongings, adjust your jewelry and many more!

First things first, let me show you insanely simple and comfy way of removing old nail polish from your nails. All you need is an empty jar and a kitchen sponge. You put the sponge in the jar, soak it with some nail polish remover, then press your fingers into the sponge one by one and voila! Your nails are neat and clean again and ready for brands new manicure!

Speaking of brand new manicure, I’ve got some pretty awesome ideas for you!
If you like matte effect on your nails, here’s what you should do:
apply thick layer of your favorite nail polish, pour some water into a pot to boil, keep your hands over it and let the steam do the work!
Another colorful idea is water marble manicure.

First of all, take some PVA glue to keep the skin around the nail clean, put couple of nail polish drops of different colors into the water and drown your nails there for a moment, then rip off glue layer and enjoy your marble nail design!

And here’s the way to deal with the grown-out nail polish – simply fix it with beautiful glitter of matching color!

I hope you’ll enjoy these wonderful nail designs as much as I did!
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