Nail polish is one of the most accessible accessories that can quickly give your appearance a fashionable touch. They can be selected to any situation or alongside. However, the owners of extensive varnish collections have a problem – the proper storage of their treasures. The shelves of the closet or refrigerator, chest of drawers, bedside tables and shoe boxes – all these methods have their pros and cons.
Varnish for nails are kept long enough. The main thing – to remove them away from direct sunlight and tightly screw the bubbles after each use. However, when choosing a storage location, it is worth considering other factors. Your treasures should be available, otherwise you will hardly be able to use them often. Even closed vesicles exude a specific odor that can irritate people with a subtle sense of smell. In addition, the disorderly accumulation of vials looks very unaesthetic. When choosing a storage space, consider all these nuances.
The most popular place for storing varnishes is boxes of dressing tables and chests of drawers. If your collection is small, this option can be considered ideal – lacquers
are always available, they can easily be sorted by colors, seasons or brands. Do not pack lacquers in boxes with lids. The best option – open baskets or dividers for boxes – they will help maintain order.
Increase the lacquer collection makes you look for other places to store. Often lacquered treasures move into wardrobes. The minus of the way is the depth of the shelves. Small bottles, arranged in rows, make part of the varnishes inaccessible. There is a way out – put varnishes on special manicure racks from metal or plexiglas.
If you are irritated by the smell of funds, open shelves are contraindicated. Buy a small chest of drawers with tightly closing drawers. Very good special lockers for documents. In such a storage you can place not only varnishes, but also manicure accessories, various coatings, design tools.
Formerly than to remove
varnishes on valuables
, sort them out – so it will be more convenient for you to navigate in the collection. Spread varnishes on stamps, colors or textures. Not a bad idea – to arrange varnishes for the seasons. For example, in the "summer" box, put translucent bright shades, in the "winter" – classic red colors and varnishes with glitters and glitter. Sign boxes or boxes – so it will be easier for you to find the right bottle.