DIY Nail Polish Remover Jar


DIY Nail Polish Remover Jar

 

I change my nail color at least once a day and sometimes more times then I care to admit when I am swatching a collection or working on an easy diy nail art post so I can go through bags of cotton balls and every napkin known to man in a short time, and that’s just ridiculous to me. It seems like such a waste, right? The other day I was browsing one of my favorite blogs, One Good Thing By Jillee, and saw that she made her own DIY Nail Polish Jar & I’ve also seen this infographic of the diy nail polish jar floating around Pinterest forever so I decided I needed to give it a go! From what I was seeing it looked super easy!

supplies

1| Nail Polish Remover 

2| Sponge 

3| Baby Food Jar 

directions

 

DIY Nail Polish Remover Jar Directions

 

1| Cut your sponge in half directly down the center lengthwise. 

2| Roll your two sections of sponge together. 

3| Push your sponge snugly into your baby food jar and fill it with nail polish remover. 

DIY Nail Polish Remover Jar Directions

 

4| Take that dark nail polished nail and get ready! (Obviously, you can do any color) 

5| Place your finger in the jar and twist a bit, up and down side to side whatever floats your boat. 

6| About 15 seconds later, you’ll have a freshly cleaned nail! 

 

TIPS

*This will work wonders with glitter nail polish if you’re not a fan of the alien hands foil method 😉

*Make sure to tightly put your lid back on so you can keep this fresh!

*It actually saves you on nail polish remover too, because what you pour in is about the equivalent of what you would use to remove one manicure but since it absorbs into the sponge and stays wet, you can probably get 5-6 uses out of before needing to refresh with more remover!

*Use a great hand moisturizer after you’re finished to keep your hands and nails in good shape, nail polish remover has a tendency to dry both out.

 

WILL YOU BE TRYING OUT THIS DIY NAIL POLISH REMOVER JAR FOR YOURSELF?

 

 

 


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