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    History of Nail Polish

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    Anywhere you go in the world today, you see women with nails that are painted in so many different colors and designs. Nail polish dates back to the 1920’s when the first modern day nail varnish was invented by the Charles Revson Company. This particular invention has impacted the cosmetics market for women, because every women who wants to be stylish and express themselves in a fun way, buys nail polish. Nail varnishes have many components to make it both safe and user friendly. Some of the chemical

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    Nail Polish Essay

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    Nails define personality. Nail polishes are an essential part of elegant and groomed looks for every girl. They are one of the biggest accessories, and high selling makeup products. Nail art today has become a trend. It helps to create a pulled together look, and symbolize trend and creativity. Who wouldn’t want to make a style in today’s business and social world? The most expensive nail polish in the world was created by Azature, which cost $250,000 and consisted of 267 real black diamond carats

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    Nail Polish Case Study

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    Nail Polish Remover Pen Have you ever gotten nail polish in the crease of your finger and finger nail that you just can’t seem to get the polish removed? The Precise Nail Polish Corrector is just the answer. This pen can come in handy for many people including nail salons, cosmetic schools, cosmetic salons, and everyday men and women who use nail polish. This product gives the consumer that extra precise cleanup, when nail polish gets in the not so easy to reach spots. Painting nails just got easier

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    The True Meaning Behind that Layer of Blue Nail Polish When the red-based shades such as pink and orange were the only type of nail polish females dared to wear, I remember wondering if in the near future they'd dare switch to completely new shades such as blue or green. Now that day and age has come when all different shades of blue can be seen painted on teens' nails. Yet, this new choice of blue isn't just another craze of the moment. Rather, it symbolizes something slightly deeper. This latest

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    Sedaris, at times, has an extremely humorous, yet sadistic sense of humor, which especially shows in his essay, “get your ya-ya’s out!” Rather than looking at his life and his family members with compassion, empathy, or any other form of sensitivity, he uses humor to shadow what others might consider painful experiences in his life. Sedaris’s mother and grandmother, Ya Ya, both appear to be insensitive in this story, which helps me understand why Sedaris is capable of detaching himself from personal

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    How Cosmetology Affects a Person's Self-Esteem

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    How Cosmetology Affects a Person’s Self-Esteem In today’s society, it is part of our human nature to strive for perfection. By doing this, a majority of women worldwide use the power of cosmetology, hair and facial cosmetics, to enhance their natural beauty in order to feel better about themselves. However, the use of cosmetology has not always been used only to boost one’s self esteem. Laws were also enforced against the use of cosmetics. History During ancient civilizations, Egyptians used scented

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    Many individuals visit nail salons to get manicures done by a professional nail artist, while others design their nails in the comfort of their own homes. The only thing they have in mind when they are painting their nails is how beautiful they are going to look like after they are done. They don’t think of the consequences of using nail polish has on their health. They don’t know that nail polish is toxic and can damage their health, and possibly even kill them. According to scientific studies,

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    Are Women Slaves to Fashion and Beauty?

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    Are Women Slaves to Beauty? What does it take to feel beautiful? Perhaps a little bit of time, make-up, and a breathtaking dress; or at least that's what we have been programmed to believe.  Without a doubt, all of the magazines, advertisements, and make-up beauty tips have influenced women’s beliefs about what it means to be beautiful. An artificial image of beauty has been imposed on each and every woman in our culture. I would like to begin with the fact that women have always been

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    The Cemetery-Personal Narrative I remember it like it was yesterday. Infact, it was yesterday. My parents were leaving for a couple of days, so I could do anything I wanted. I called Amy, a girl I know from school. After we got off the phone, I knew it was time. That night I would be initiated into the group. Amy was going to come over at nine and take me to the cemetery for the ceremony. The clock hit nine, and I looked outside. Amy was walking toward my house, dressed in straight black

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    Nail polish remover: with or without acetone? As a chemist I work almost daily in the laboratory with acetone, but in everyday life, many are unsure whether the acetone is harmful in the nail varnish remover. That is why today I want to explain exactly what a nail polish remover actually consists and what it has with the acetone on itself. What ingredients do I find in nail polish remover? Ethyl acetate (ethyl acetate): as a good solvent, is an important component of nail polish remover and helps

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