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    Taking A Look At The Importance Of Nail Polish In Our Society As We Know It

    Written by Shopping Video. Posted in Breathable nail polish, Cruelty free product, Cruelty free products

    Nail polish is widely popular not only here in the United States but all throughout the world as well. In fact, nail polish dates back centuries, all the way back to China in the year of 3000 BCE. Back then, of course, nail polish was much different than it is today, and was made of ingredients like egg whites, gelatin, and even beeswax with vegetable dyes used for color.

    But nail polish has remained popular through the centuries, even as it has become more advanced than ever before. In fact, the year of 2017 alone saw nail polish sales generate more than six hundred and five (and a half) million dollars throughout the United States alone, let alone in countries where nail polish is popular throughout the rest of the world. And between nail parlor sales (such as can be found in manicures and pedicures) and bottles of nail polish sold in the stores, there’s no doubt about it that nail polish is here to stay.

    This is especially the case now that nail polish comes in so many dif