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    Hey, i have a red nails inc nail varnish, and somehow it's gone kinda gloopy
    It comes out way too thick, and its sorta lumpy, and not very nice
    Other than just shaking it, are there other ways I can sort this? I have so many that have gone like this (not other nails inc thankfully as they're expensive! Even this one was part of a gift!)
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    Pour in a tiny bit of clear nail varnish and give it a good shake. Storing nail varnish in the fridge also stops it going gloopy.
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    It's because it's dried up from the lid being left off/not screwed on properly.

    A bit of nail varnish remover in the pot will help thin it a bi :
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    Mix in a little bit of nail varnish remover and in the future store it somewhere cool... try to avoid shaking it like that because it just adds air bubbles.
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    Okay cheers for these, i'll give it a go
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    if you keep your nail varnish in the fridge it will keep it nice and smooth, it actually works aswell
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    Haha I'll clear some space :P
 
 
 
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