Introduction: Nail Polish Organization

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So all of my nail polishes used to sit in a box under the bed, and I decided to organize it! Organizing, funn... Not. But this was pretty simple and it didn't cost me a dime. Hope you enjoy and use this! -Paige

Step 1: Gathering Supplies

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All you need is your nail polish, tape, and scissors!

Step 2: Pacific Blue

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This colors my favorite (and on my nails currently) but anyways take one of your nail polishes to use.

Step 3: Paint

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Paint some of the nail polish onto the tape.

Step 4: Tear

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Once the polish on the tape is dry, tear it off.

Step 5: Cut

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Once you've torn off the piece of tape, cut it into a small triangle.

Step 6: Sticker

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Place the rectangle on the top of the cap. (If the cap has a sticker with the polish name on it, you can remove it and place it on the bottom of the bottle.)

Step 7: Finishing

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Once you've done all your bottles, you can put them in a drawer along with your files, polish remover, fake nails, dotting tools, nail art brushes, gem stones, glitters, nail enamel dryer and striping tape..... Okay you guys might not have all of that, but you can organize what you do have! Hope you enjoyed this!!! More to come.


paigeleigh (author)2014-01-17

Yeah I'm very fidgety too! I got the nail enamel spray at my local dollar store haha and fast drying top coat DOES work wonders! I don't have one currently though (boo)

lilofthisANlilofthat (author)2014-01-08

Thanks, love the idea of the scotch tape & paint to c colors. I have all the goodies for nails to LOL Never thought to get the nail dry spray. Do u remember were u got that? I'm so classic for not sitting still long enough & smudging. Thanks again (((HUGS)))

Get a quick-dry topcoat. I HATE waiting for my nails to dry, so I wait a minute or three after my last coat, then use a quick-dry topcoat to seal everything in and make it dry faster.

Some work well for smoothing out rough textures, like for nail art or rough glitter. Seche Vite is my favorite for this, and can be found at most places you'd buy nail polish. It's usually around $10 a bottle, so it's on the more expensive side. Sally Hansen has a quick dry topcoat in a red bottle (I cannot remember the name off hand) that is really good as well. You can even get NYC quick-dry topcoat for just a couple of dollars.

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