Keeping your Nail Polish Fresh
I feel it amusive when customers narrate me that they preserve their polish in the icebox. I can not seem to work out how come. After hearing from so many customers, i finally decided to ask all of the clients who used to do that. Most of them are of the view that the polish has been put in the darkness (forbids the polish from altering colours) and the low temperature slows the air molecules. I personally believe that there are more serious methods to keep your polish fresh. Since I have mentioned, putting polish in the dark-skinned or out of direct sun is very crucial. Direct sunshine and even indirect sunlight could tinge the colours of the polish. I have worked in a health club that had lustrous light getting into the nail room as the day breaks. This health club had to substitute most of their Nail polish every month or two. Even after a month, the original colour lost its originality, and gradually become the worst. Its look unpleasant to the customers, along with quite a different kind of smell, very different from the original in both colour and smell.
One more thing, that I have observed is that most of the people have no idea of how to clean the neck of the bottle. If you keep the bottle cap very tight, along with proper cleaning of the neck of the bottle as well cleaning of the cap from inside, you would be able to keep your nail polish fresh for much longer time. There is a science behind this. You can easily observed on your nail polish bottles, that after using for a few days, you can see the accumulation of spots on the neck as well as on the inside of the cap, making it harder to close the bottle tightly. If bottle is not tightly close, it will allow the air to go into the bottle on regular basis, and which ultimately make the polish much more thick. Now the question is how you can clean the neck and cap of the nail polish bottle.
It’s very simple and easy to achieve. You just need a nail polish remover, dip the cotton in it and wipe it on the neck and inside of the cap of the bottle. To avoid all the fuss, you have to be careful when you pull out the brush from the bottle, as most of the women try to reduce the amount of polish on the brush by wiping it near the neck of the bottle. This in turn results in accumulation of lots of drops of polish around the neck. So try to avoid that habit, and try to wipe out the extra polish inside the bottle rather then near the neck of the bottle. If the polish is already thick, do not use polish remover to make it thin, rather use polish thinner. Polish thinner will help it to come to its original form.