Makeup Products and Tips

Nail Polish

Nail polish is basically an acetate resin dissolved in acetone, with some pigment added for color. There are other things in there too, but that's the basis. The resin will break down in strong sunlight due to ultraviolet light, but most nail polish is worn off by daily use on fingernails, or removed with solvent when it becomes chipped or a new color is desired. Nail polish is not water soluble, but fingernails absorb water. If you keep the polish cold, the solvent evaporates slower which could make it last longer in the bottle if it's not tightly sealed. It won't have any effect if the bottle is tightly capped, though.

 

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Orly O How Glossy
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Colorevolution's matte powder is perfect to mix and match and easy to use.
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