10 Unusual Uses of Nail Polish !

How many of you ever thought that nail polish can only used on nails only?????Now I am going to show some other useful uses of nail polish , check it out and give them a try 😉

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diy jewelry nail polish splatter ring1 DIY Jewelry: Nail Polish Splattered Button Ring



The two tone trend is everywhere; from fingers, to frocks to locks…but why stop there? When it comes to fun in the sun, two is always better than one…so grab a friend and that bin of bright nail polishes (we know you have one) to add some shade to your shades! Watch this DIY go down on our new series on StyleList.com, “Pretty Savvy” presented by Jeep! Get inspired all Summer long as Erica presents a collection of j’amazing new projects; from fresh fashions to artsy accessories and more.  To create: Use paper tape to separate the top half from the bottom of the sunglasses. Using your first nail polish color, paint on an even layer onto the top half of the sunglasses. If the lacquer appears opaque, paint an additional layer. Remove the tape and paint the bottom half with an alternate nail polish color. For a glossy finish, apply a top coat. This summer enter the “Pretty Savvy” Sweepstakes for the chance to win a weekly prize of $500 and a Grand Prize of $1,000! Click here to find out all the details! Get down with DIY and a dope playlistCLICK HERE for the P.S.- I made this…PlaylistCurated by The Jane Doze



Graphic, colorful, and tasty as a gumball - if your eyes are peeled for trends in the art & fashion world, you’re probably seeing spots. The Row x Damien Hirst collaborated on a series of limited edition backpacks that fuse sweet n’ sassy colors with the edginess of black leather and gold. But their jaw-dropping retail price (55k!) begs the question…why pay the price of a work of art when you can create your own? This week’s DIY, with WhoWhatWear, stands for Dot-It-Yourself!To create: Paint the surface of the brads with assorted nail polish colors and leave to dry. Slice small slits evenly across the front of the back pack with a swiss army knife. Insert the brads and bend to attach. P.S.- add a dab of glue to the backs of the brads to ensure they are fastened securely.Get excited for another round of whistle-while-you-work jams! CLICK HERE for our P.S.-I Made This…Playlist: Volume 2, once again collaborating with our talented friends, The Jane Doze.P.S.- quote courtesy from swell designer 


Everyone knows a creative mind opens many doors, and we’ve got the key, actually, Fossil does! They have been using vintage keys throughout their collections since day one to inspire, incite wonder and unlock curiosity and endless fashionable possibilities. So in the spirit of DIY, we decided to add a modern, color-blocked twist to this iconic, timeless object to celebrate Fashion’s Night Out! To create:  gather vintage keys in various sizes.  Use nail polish in a variety hues and paint small sections of each key.  Allow to dry and add each to a chain.  Mix and match and layer as many as you like! P.S.- Join us! Create your own versions our of color-blocked skeleton key necklace with Erica on Fashion’s Night Out at Fossil Times Square- 1585 Broadway at 47th Street, 6pm-9pm. 



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