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This attributes to those awful side effects including hair loss, darkening of finger nails, etc.
Her red lip and nail combination really helped me get into character-it was classic old Hollywood glam.
Air- and heat-activated polish sealant as well as UV-cured gels, standard tools in the nail professional’s arsenal, also owe their origins to this former dentist.
THE UNLIKELY HISTORY OF ACRYLIC NAILSJOSHUA EFERIGHESEPTEMBER 30, 2020OZY
Chicago dentist Maxwell Lappe had created an artificial fingernail for nail biters called Nu Nails in 1934.
THE UNLIKELY HISTORY OF ACRYLIC NAILSJOSHUA EFERIGHESEPTEMBER 30, 2020OZY
Here we are 10 years later, and they have not even gotten to all of them, and the ones they have gotten to, the industry has fought tooth and nail.
Takeuchi said loud noises from a jackhammer, a nail gun or a standard hammer could mirror gunfire to a ShotSpotter sensor.
One of which is that many of these storefronts formerly held services, and I don’t think a nail salon has been made obsolete by Amazon just yet.
Piegan snorted when I told him we were on the dodge—that they were trying to nail us for holding up the paymaster.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
"Well, as far as public opinion goes, I s'pose Tom has hit the nail on the head," observed Bill.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
He pulled his heavy sweater down off a nail and put it on, scowling because the sleeves had to be pulled in place on his arms.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER

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