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How to quickly dry nail polish without lighting?


Eyebrow salons who have done manicures know that nail polish lighting is a necessary part, but if we don't light up, do we have a way to make nail polish dry quickly?

The answer is definitely there. The following methods can help us quickly dry the nail polish adhesive without lighting up:

1. UV flashlight shines dry. After applying nail polish, use an ultraviolet flashlight to illuminate the position of the nail, which can quickly dry and solidify the nail polish. Because many nail enhancement lamps use ultraviolet tubes, using an ultraviolet flashlight can also dry the nail.

2. Sunlight shines. After applying nail polish glue, place the nails in a place where the sun can shine, and let the UV light cure the nails slightly. This will be much slower than directly shining a light.

3. Use baking free primer. When doing manicures, use some baking free primer to dry without using a baking lamp. Ordinary incandescent lamps can be used for curing, but the light is not as concentrated as professional baking lamps, so the lighting time will naturally be much longer. Because nail polish adhesive contains components that can solidify under visible light, using baking lamp nail polish adhesive will quickly dry, giving the nails a hardness and luster. This is the fastest and most direct method to make the nail polish glue dry quickly.

If you use it at home, you can purchase a small and easy to carry light therapy lamp with low power and long lighting time, but it is convenient to carry. In the process of applying nail polish glue, the quality of the base glue also plays a very important role, so it is best to choose a high-quality base glue to make the nail surface more flat and smooth, and the damage to the nails is relatively small, which can be used frequently.
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