nail polish

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Synonyms for nail polish

a cosmetic lacquer that dries quickly and that is applied to the nails to color them or make them shiny

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Caption: Vista 4: Emerging Properties b--Midnight Cami, 2013 Acrylic paint, paper, nail polish, resin, filter charcoal, nylon mesh, graphite on synthetic paper.
The big hurdle why women do not want to wear nail polish is because they find it such a chore with three steps: a base coat, color coat and top coat-on top of the long drying time,' she says.
This is considered as the pillar of premium nail care as it not only provides the base for the nail polish but also protects your nails from any kind of discoloration.
The efforts include National Nail Polish social channels, press, digital influencers support and retail partners.
The nail polish needs no base coat, so the oil complex can directly contact the bare nail, according to the company.
The rising demand for nail polish among the younger population is one of the primary drivers of the market.
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The makers of "clean" nail polish just keep finding new ingredients to remove in the name of healthy alternatives to traditionally chemical-laden polish.