Blogger shares how she makes her nail polish last longer – she’s kept some bottles for more than 10 years

GONE are the days of tossing out old nail polish because it's turned lumpy and can no longer be used effectively.

Blogger Mandy Gragg has revealed her trick to keeping her nail polish so fresh that she can save some bottles for more than 10 years.


Mandy, a self-dubbed “Upper East Side bestie,” posted a video to her TikTok in response to someone complimenting her “LEGIT” New York City apartment fridge – which is definitely impressive in size considering she lives in a studio.

She took the compliment as a chance to reveal what’s behind her refrigerator's doors and let her followers in on her secret.

“I store all my nail polish in the fridge. Why? Because it keeps them from getting all goopy and gross,” she explained. 

“You can have nail polish forever. Some of these are about 10 years old.”

She added that she’s aware she seems like a bit of a “psychopath” for stocking her fridge with nail polish, but hey – whatever gets the job done! 

Unsurprisingly, those who watched her video were quite impressed.

“Well I just learned something very new and I’ve wasted so much money throwing out polishes,” one user commented.

Another person shared a similar sentiment, writing, “STOP RIGHT NOW the fridge prevents the goopiness??? Do you know how many nail polishes I’ve thrown out…”

Of course, Mandy isn’t the first person to impress the internet with nail polish and nail care tips.

Previously, a TikToker showed people how to make acrylic nails last longer. 

Between fills, she advised people to soak their nails in warm water, pull the acrylics off, and then reapply them with nail glue.

However, people warned that the process could have a negative effect on your natural nails. 

Another woman shared that you can use sugar to remove spilled nail polish from the floor.


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