Spray-on nail polish will make your perfect manicure dreams come true

Nov 7, 2015 at 6:07 p.m. ET
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I'm not the most coordinated or patient person in the world, so painting my own nails is pretty much out of the question.

My right hand usually looks perfect (I'm a lefty), but when I try to use my right hand to do my left... well, let's say a toddler just learning to color has an easier time staying inside the lines than I do.

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And then if I do manage to get even nails? I inevitably ruin them by not waiting long enough for them to fully dry. It's a constant web of frustration, but the brains behind Nails Inc. have heard my cries and have apparently come up with the answer in the form of spray-on nail polish.

Yes: nail polish, in an aerosol can, that you spray on.

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"But Meagan, won't that just make a terrible mess on your hands?" Glad you asked. Nails Inc. says that the Paint Can Spray is "the world's fastest manicure" and only takes 20 seconds to apply. There's no mess because it's designed to stick to your base coat, so any excess can be easily wiped off your skin.

Paint Can Spray will come in two colors initially — pink and silver — and will only be available in the U.K. right now. Those of us in the United States will have to wait until spring 2016 to get our mitts on the stuff.

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Until then, I'll continue to practice my nail polish application technique, but let's face it: I've been doing this for almost three decades and it's not getting any better. Please, Nails Inc., help save my nails!