Quickly Dry Your Nails

Option 1: Use a Hairdryer

Whip out your trusty hairdryer and set it to the cool setting, so you don’t burn yourself, and set the air flow to low to avoid creating a wrinkle. Gently wave the steady stream of air over your wet nails, checking the polish gently every so often to check progress.

Option 2: Ice Cold Water

 Fill a sink or a bowl with cold water, and dip both hands in. This is a good option as well if you want both hands to dry simultaneously. Hold them under for about 5-7 minutes, or until you feel confident that they’re dry.

Option 3: Paint Thinner Coats

If you’re painting your polish on too thick, that’s a longer wait time for it to dry. This might explain why you’re having trouble with manicures not drying fast enough. Painting thin layers, then waiting in between coats for the layers to dry, will ensure fully durable polished nails.

Option 4: Use Dry Drops

Zoya Fast Drops is an essential nail polish tool for professionals, and can completely dry your nails in minutes. It works by evaporating all solvents and bubbles from within the polish. It prevents dents and smudging, resulting in a flawless manicure.