Waiting for your nail polish to dry often takes too long. You might have tried all sorts of approaches and even some offbeat ideas to get your nail polish to dry faster. You might have painted, blown on it, waited, smudged, and repainted. But there are ways to cut through this cycle, just after the blowing part.
Chill it out
 

Chill it out

Fill a bowl with ice water, chilled, and add a few ice cubes to it as well, just to be sure. Paint your nails and blow on them for a minute. Dunk your fingers into this little pond of cold water for about two to three minutes. When you take your fingers out, you will observe fine droplets all over your fingernails, meaning that the process has been done right.

Thin it out
 

Thin it out

Instead of numerous coats of colour, just apply one thin yet perfect layer of nail polish on your nails. This makes it dry quickly and also leaves behind a mastered and even finish. It also gives your nails a chance to dry in the interval between each application, saving you a lot of time.

Blow it out
 

Blow it out

Heat doesn't help your nail polish get firm and settled but the cold does. Set your hair dryer to cool mode and keep your nails at a distance while drying. You will get to see amazing results in less than a minute.

Clean it out
 

Clean it out

A common mistake many women make is applying nail polish on the top of the previously existing job. This reduces the possibility of getting that perfectly applied nail polish and even makes removing it a difficult process. Ensure that you always clean your nails with a nail paint remover and get rid of any of the previously existing nail polish before applying a fresh coat.

Spray it out
 

Spray it out

An oil spray helps your nails dry faster. Wait for a minute after applying the nail polish and then release a drop or two of oil on each nail before waiting for a few more minutes. Once you see the oil beading on top of your nail, wipe the oil off with a dry paper towel. The results are impressive and certainly pretty quick.