Top Nail Gifts for any Polish Addict!

Check out these top nail gifts for any polish addict!  And while you’re at it, here’s one more gift idea for the nail polish addict on your list: a gift card to Polished Nail Bar and Spa!  The best part is, you get a treat while buying a gift for someone else!

GLITTER!

What girl doesn’t LOVE glitter!? Around the Holidays I am much more likely to choose a glitter nail polish at Polished Nail Bar and Spa then not, because it’s just so much more festive! But have you ever tried to take that stuff off? It feels like you’re trying to remove cement, nearly impossible. One must have 92 cotton balls and an entire bottle of remover to even scratch the surface. Okay, I’m over-exaggerating but seriously it’s not easy. Well never fear, I found the key to quick and easy glitter nail polish removal. You will need 10 cotton balls, acetone nail polish remover (this is different from regular nail polish remover) available in most drug stores, and aluminum foil. First saturate the cotton ball with the acetone nail polish remover, place it on top of your nail and then wrap in aluminum foil. Repeat this on all your nails.

OPI + 007

Tonight the new Bond movie, Skyfall, comes out! HELLOOOO Daniel Craig?! Click here to watch the movie trailer. Back to the nail polish…OPI celebrates 50 years of 007 with a new collection of 12 gorgeous colors. We thought it would be fun to try out the “Bond Manicure” for tonight’s premiere. Here’s the How-To: Worn separately or together, these three shades are so glam for fall and very 007 sexy! 1. Layer it. Apply two coats of The Spy Who Loved Me or Skyfall, followed by one coat of GoldenEye. 2. For even more drama, apply GoldenEye only to the tips or on the moons of the nails. 3. Long nails can wear this. Try The Spy Who Loved Me or Skyfall on top of nails and polish the undersides with GoldenEye.

Don’t Cry Over Spilled Nail Polish!

It’s Sunday evening and you didn’t make it to Polished Nail Bar & Spa on Saturday afternoon like you wanted. You’re painting your toes while catching up on your DVR. You have one foot propped on the coffee table, the nail polish bottle just slightly out of reach. You stretch to refresh the brush when suddenly the bottle falls to the floor. You freeze. You gasp! You try and remedy the situation. You cry in defeat because now there is a permanent hot pink splotch in your white carpet. If this has ever happened to you, check out this helpful article from BellaSugar – “How to Get Nail Polish Off Just About Anything.” The best part is most materials react well to solvents that you already have around your home.