My primer is all frozen, what to do?!

By: Maryton

In winter, it is not uncommon to see your primer arrive frozen: primers are special preparation liquids that react easily to winter temperatures. When your primer is all frozen, what should you do? Keep reading, the nail supply expert Maryton will give you ideas.

Indeed, the primers can also freeze during transport and arrive still crystallized at your home. However, you should know that this solidification does not alter their properties in any way!

To find your beautiful, brand new primer, just follow these few steps:

1. Don’t try to unscrew the bottle (at the risk of permanently damaging the brush).

2. Let the bottle return to its liquid state at room temperature.

3. Wait a few minutes while enjoying a good coffee or a cup of tea.

4. When your primer has become liquid again, you can use it.

Attention! Primers are extremely flammable liquids: siestas near the fireplace, heating or bain-marie to accelerate the liquefaction process are strictly prohibited. In addition to the primer, I also advise you to invest in some professional manicure sets to care for nails.


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