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Nail Polish Remover in a Jar

By: Jillee from onegoodthingbyjillee.com
Nail Polish Remover in a Jar
Nail Polish Remover in a Jar
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For the DIY diva, nothing is better than being able to make your own beauty products at home. Nail polish remover in a jar allows you to get that pesky old polish off without having to waste dozens of cotton balls or stain your precious hand towels. For the sensible yet beauty-conscious individual, it's easy to learn how to make nail polish remover with no fuss and no muss. Additionally, this craft makes a great gift for girls who love to maintain fashionable fingernails without spending an arm and a leg.

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This is such a great idea! I know you can buy a sponge nail polish remover jar, but it would be so much easier to make one yourself!

A few days ago I just bought a bottle of glitter nail polish.. and today I read about this wonderful idea. I used to use a lot of cotton balls and nail polish remover to clean all my fingers and toe nails. This tutorial says I can save much time, it'll be great if it does. So I'm gonna try this. Thanks.

This is such a great idea to put your nail polish in a jar with a sponge instead of using a cotton ball and pouring it on to clean your nails. How many of you have spilled it on your furniture or worse yet your clothes on your way out the door and what a mess not to mention ruining your furniture or clothes. I know you can buy this already done but it is so expensive and it either dries out to fast or does not seem to work because whatever they use is not good. I love the idea to use a real sponge because I can see it rubbing the nail polish off and I love the convenience of the jar and when it dries you can just refill it. This is a smart tutorial and very simple and something that can be used. So save your furniture and clothes and take nail polish off the smart way. Thanks for the super great idea.

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