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Weird Facts about Nail Polish

Hey! I hope you all are fine. Today i select a topic that is indirectly related to nail art i.e. "Weird Facts about Nail Polish". In this article i will describe all the weird facts about nail polish. So, here i start...!

Weird Ingredients

First Nail polish was originated as early in 3000 BC, China. beeswax, egg white, gelatin & vegetable dyes do you think all these ingredients can make a nail polish? If you say NO? Than.... Don't worry most of the people say "No" after hearing these ingredients to making a nail polish. But the reality is these ingredients are used in making nail polish (in early times). 

Modern day nail polish is inspired by automobile Paint

A modern day nail polish was inspired by automobile paint and later on a complete colorless version of nail polish was introduced in 1916. Revlon become the first established nail polish brand in 1932, at that time cream color was introduced by the company. 

Get Nail polish through vending machines

Yeah it sounds weird but you can get your nail polish from vending machines in airport and malls around the country. 

Acrylic nails were introduced by a dentist

First acrylic nail was introduced by a dentist in 1978.

The most expensive nail polish

You must get shocked by hearing this that the most expensive nail polish costs $250,000. The color named "Black Diamond King". It is made up of 267 carats worth of black diamonds. 

13 types of nail polish finishes 

We may don't know about the 13 amazing nail polish finishes and these are:
  • Shimmer
  • Micro-shimmer
  • Micro-glitter
  • Glitter
  • Frost
  • Lustre
  • Creme
  • Prismatic micro-glitter
  • Iridescent
  • Opalescent
  • Matte
  • Duo-chrome
  • Translucent

Food extract in a nail polish

Yeah! food extract in a nail polish. A brand was recetly launched "kale", which they claim will brighten and smooth your nails. Some brands have the extract of garlic or cucumber in it. So, now paint or taste. 

Thread a needle faster 

Brush the thread with nail polish, it will harden the thread and you can easily put thread in a needle. 

No to sunlight

Nail polishes must stored in dry and cool places, where no cross of heat and sunlight. It will prevent your nail polish. Cool place does not mean to keep your nail polish in a fridge. If you do that, the crystals inside the nail polish will be destroyed. 


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