Removing a nail polish involves messing up all the fingers which also leaves behind stains on the skin. Sometimes, even the cotton threads might get stuck in the fingernails! Here is a simple trick to make your own nail polish remover in a jar! Common, we aren’t making any nail polish remover; we would just change the mechanism of removing the nail polish effectively from finger nails by setting everything up in a travel friendly jar! Isn’t that great? Read on to know how to do this:
Things you need:
- A small jar
- Nail polish remover
- Cut the sponge in half and roll them up in a swirl, in a way that they fit into your jar. It might take you a couple of tries to get the right amount of sponge.
- Just pour nail polish remover into the jar till the sponges are wet but there isn’t a pool of it at the bottom.
- And there you have it, your very own nail polish remover in a jar!
- Insert your finger into the centre of the rolled sponges and rub until all the polish is gone.
Note: You of course cannot use this for your toes as the jar requires bending of fingers into the sponge!