Nails always look their best when they have a pop of colour on them, but sometimes painting your nails can be time consuming waiting for them to be completely dry and whilst they are drying they end up chipped/smeared which results in you either wiping the nail polish off or repainting them. Having kids or a busy schedule makes it even harder to meet the demands of a newborn or busy hectic workload to find the time to paint your nails; meaning nails are left exposed to the limits, potentially causing dryness and breakage. Thankfully there are many nail polishes that have added ingredients to enhance growth and prevent weakened nails which means wearing nail varnish should be a part of your beauty regime especially in the winter months.
Applying nail varnish quick can be possible with Elegant Touch Rapid Dry. It really is simple, you paint your nails as normal, once the top coat has been applied spray this onto your nails, wait 60 seconds and then wipe off the excess product with a cloth or your fingers and your good to go. Enriched with vitamin E oil to moisturise your cuticles, which is perfect for these winter months. I haven't specifically timed it from the time I have sprayed to the time my nails are dry, but it really is quick and makes painting your nails super speedy. Meaning nails can continue to flourish through these winter months, as I know my nails chip and weaken in the winter.
There are no heavy fumes upon spraying the solution which is a bonus as you'll not end up choking to death and at a measly £2.91 at John Lewis, you cant go wrong!
I do have a number of English/European readers so my apologies in advance for all my North American friends, as we do not have this product over here. BUT if you've seen or tried a similar product that we can find on this side of the pond please leave it in the comments! I'd love to know because I have zero patience when it comes to painting my nails, ESPECIALLY when I'm trying to do nail art!
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