If you are like me, you don’t have a lot of patience when it comes to doing your nails. That’s why there is Spray Perfect spray on nail polish! With this, you don’t have to be perfect in applying it, because excess polish washes off with soap and water. What?!?!
The process for the application is so easy. You apply your base coat and let it dry for a minute or two, then spray the polish on, wait a few minutes for it to dry, and put your top coat! Easy peasy!

The Process

Let’s take a closer look, shall we? Now, keep in mind that I just got my nails done for Christmas and my nail lady would murder me if I sprayed over them…lol.. So, we are going to use the nail sticks for this purpose. I will lay out each step for you, with a picture, as we go 🙂
1. Prepare your area. You don’t want to spray polish all over your table/desk so you want to lay down newspaper or something that you don’t mind getting dirty.
2. Apply your base coat. You don’t need a thick coat of this, just a thin coat will do. You will then wait approximately 2 minutes or so for it to dry most of the way. You want it to be slightly tacky so that the spray polish can adhere better. **note, base coat and top coat are the same.
3. Hold the can back several inches, and spray in short, even coats. You don’t want to hold it in one place too long, or it gets clumpy and weird.  You will wait a short time, usually 2-5 minutes, for this to dry, then go to the next step.
4. Apply a thin coat of top coat. Let it dry, then apply a second coat of top coat.
That’s it! See how easy that was? There are 7 colors available, and they retail for around $9.99 each.

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