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Synonyms for shellac

Synonyms for shellac

lac purified by heating and filtering

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a thin varnish made by dissolving lac in ethanol

cover with shellac

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82; df = 12, 42), and Environne plus brushing followed by coating with Decco Wax (59%) or Shellac (60%) in Bioassay 5 (P = 0.
Chemical structure of shellac contains a number of carboxylic and hydroxyl side chain functional groups (1-3).
Osborne also describes the changes in materials for cylinders, from tinfoil to cardboard coated with wax, and compares the longevity of the materials, such as the tinfoil in Edison's cylinders, or shellac in discs.
The list includes massages, facials, medical microdermabrasion, spray tans, manicures, pedicures, brow styling, lash tinting and Shellac.
In May 2010, after nearly five years of development, the nail lacquer firm rolled out the three-part Shellac system, which consists of the CND Shellac Base Coat, Color Coat and Top Coat, each cured in the CND LN lamp for zero dry time.
wood will determine whether removal can he accomplished with MO application of shellac thinner or a combination of thinner and sanding.
Instead invest in a Shellac gel manicure and have perfectly polished nails that last for a fortnight.
Unless the European Parliament objects, this means that the Commission will authorise the use of: benzoic acid or benzoates (E210-E213) in alcohol-free counterparts of wine; polysorbates (E432-E436) in coconut milk; talc (E553b) and carnauba wax (E903) on unpeeled coloured boiling eggs; and shellac (E904) on unpeeled boiled eggs.
77 compared to a pounds 25 salon Shellac or Gelish version you have at a salon.
Shellac - Another new and increasingly popular trademarked technique.
I thought I would show that walls would find their tongues in this way and I decided that the most suitable technique by which I can reflect this thought is shellac resist.
Their sound moved tastemakers at the NME to pronounce the band as "like Shellac playing S Club 7 with the fun factor turned up to 11".
shellacking [n]: a decisive defeat or sound beating (from shellac, a liquid compound that dries into a hard coating).
Analysis of the acetoacetylated material via NMR and elemental analysis showed that 60-80% of the available reactive moieties of shellac had been converted to ester.
ZENA SAYS: This antique-style record player (above) plays vinyl singles, LPs and shellac 78s, and has a CD and cassette player and AM/FM tuner.