Nail Polish

 

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Nail polish is a lacquer applied to human finger or toe nails to decorate and protect the nail plate. Today's nail polish is a refined version similar to the paint on vehicles.

Nail polish originated in China, dating back to 3000 BC. Around 600 BC during the Zhou Dynasty, the royal house preferred for the colors gold and silver. However, it would eventually transition to red and black. During the Ming Dynasty, nail polish was often made from a mixture including beeswax, egg whites, gelatin, vegetable dyes, and gum Arabic.

In Egypt, the lower classes would wear pale colors and the high society red.

 

By the turn of the 9th century, nails were tinted with scented red oils, and polished or buffed. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, people pursued a polished rather than painted look by massaging tinted powders and creams into their nails, then buffing them shiny. One such polishing product sold around this time was Graf's Hyglo nail polish paste. After the creation of automobile paint, Cutex produced the first modern nail polish in 1917. 

Once nail polish was refined, it was often used in the place of gloves to cover up the grime underneath finger and toe nails.

 

Our nail polish range:

Classic

Cracked

Duo Nail Polish

French Manucure

Gel effect

Glitter

Glitter Fiesta

Long Lasting

Magnetic Effect

Metallic Effect

Micro Sugar Effect

Quick Dry

Rainbow Effect

Scented Nails

 

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