Look polished every day, anywhere. Stash this all-in-one nail-care kit—a 0.6-ounce bottle of polish sits atop a container that holds a small file and presoaked remover pads—in your bag and you can fix chips, smudges, and snags on the go.
Deborah Lippmann The Stripper To Go Nail Lacquer Remover Finger Mitts
Take it off. Take it all off: Each envelope holds one finger mitt infused with lavender-scented polish remover that can strip color or lacquer from all 10 nails. Bonus: The formula contains aloe vera, so the process is fast and skin-friendly, too.
With this starter kit—complete with appliqué strips, an LED light, and a topcoat—anyone can do a salon-style gel manicure at home. Apply a strip to each nail, file to shape, hold under the lamp, and seal with the topcoat for up to two weeks of chip-free tips. Available in three shades.
It’s a bitter beauty irony: If you have nail fungus, you long to cover it with polish. However, that’s ill-advised, because polish can trap the fungus and exacerbate the condition. Enter daniPro Nail Polish, which also treats toenails with undecylenic acid, a topical antifungal. Available in 12 colors.
When is a dull idea a good one? When it involves painting this clear, mattifying lacquer over a nail color—even a sparkly formula—to give it a sophisticated sueded finish. Bonus: Since it’s not as shiny as a regular top coat, it won’t magnify chips. Try applying it over a week-old manicure to make dings less noticeable.