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Nail art pens is a creative way to decorate nails. This is the kind of art that can be done on the nails on the hands and feet. It has become widely known in beauty salons and is regarded as the fashion industry. Over time, nail art has become part of the fashion and beauty in history, while the part of the aristocracy and establish social status. History From a historical perspective, the nail art used in ancient times. It first appeared in ancient Babylon, when males colored your nails with Kohl. Nail color that state, where the males a higher class wore black, while the lower class males wearing green. From 5000 B.C. 3000 BC, ancient Egyptian women use nail art to indicate social status. They are decorated nails with the help of juice henna plant. For example, Queen Nefertiti used the color red to decorate your nails and toes. Compared with Nefertiti, Queen Cleopatra used a deep rusty hue with undertones of gold. Ordinary women were not allowed to use the same color as the queen. In ancient China during the Ming Dynasty and nail varnishes have been created from a mixture of beeswax, egg whites, gelatin, vegetable dyes and of gum. As in Egypt, the color of the nail is also represented class. In 600 BC, during the Zhou dynasty, photos to use gold and silver, but later they preferred black and red color, which indicates their status. The famous French manicure appeared on Parisian runways in 1976 by Jeff Pink, founder of cosmetic company Orly, who wanted to create nail style that would be practical and versatile. In the film Pulp Fiction, it was said, Uma Thurman began the dark nail polish craze in the 90s. Her character in the film wore a dark red nail polish called Rouge Noir with Chanel. V ancient times, nail art shown social class, while in the 19th century, it became permissible for anyone to become regarded as a part of fashion, as well. In popular culture In 2012, the United States witnessed the surging popularity of nail art. Documentary NAILgasm, was released to explore the growing trend of nail art from subculture to high fashion. In January 2014 Nailpolis: Nail Art Museum was founded nail artists and hobbyists to share their models. Techniques and tools Manicurists begin with the same techniques as for a manicure and pedicure:Acrylic: chemical mixture of liquid monomer and polymer powder that can be directly applied on the nails or artificial nails, also called nail extensions or improvements. Nail gel: a chemical combination like acrylics. Manicurist applies several layers of the nails and / or nail and allows you to heal under UV or LED lights. After the gel dried to harden nails. The difference between acrylic and gel that acrylics dry by itself, but the gel needs UV light to cure. Nail polish / nail polish: nail polish is used for finger and toe nails for protection or as a primer. To protect and strengthen nails manicurists use basic coatings. More brands develop products that enable high quality results at affordable prices. Innovation Some brands try to innovate by creating new types of nail polish with surprising effects. New textures: “caviar” is made up of small microbeads or velvet powder, which is used just before the paint becomes dry. These textures give the “sand” effect due to the presence of particles in the polish. Holographic effect: Because they contain holographic particles when these are nail polishes used for nails and then exposed to light, it seems the effect of “rainbow”. Cracked effect: nail polish, it should be applied to the basic nail polish. When used for this purpose, lacquer sprayed and gives the effect of cracking. Thermo polish chromium effect: the effect of changing the color depending on the temperature. This may change when exposed to heat or cold, or even “degraded” at room temperature, because the nail root is hotter than the edge of the nail. Mat effect: These nail polishes can transform a layer of nail polish in shimmering mat. Inverse French manicure: is also called “half-moon” and is regarded as one of the cornerstones of nail art. Crescent is made on the base of the nail in one color, while the remaining nails painted in different colors. Nail Stickers effect: There are many items that fit the nails of multicolored confetti tie and dyeing kaleidoscopic labels. This is used on the basis of the nails and attached with glue. BrandsThere are many companies that sell cosmetic products in the nail art industry. The most popular ones developed in the last few decades are the following:ESSIE cosmetics, Ltd. founded ESSIE Weingarten and is owned by L'Oreal from 2010OPI Products, Inc., an American manufacturer of nail polishCIAT, a company based in the United Kingdom nail artist Charlotte Knight founded Sally HansenKiss Products, Inc. American nail products manufacturer founded in 1989Konad Stamping Nail Art Cosmetics, a Korean company, which began selling its products in more than 100 countries since 2002. Its policy is to source the globe for quality, innovative, fun and safe nail products for its customers. Nailkart, an Indian company that sells various Nail Art products available to its customers worldwide. Nailartsdesign the American side in this city can get more Nail BrandsNorth Salem is a Canadian company that sells unique nail art at FramestralterNAILtive is a popular Web nail art company located in Ireland. Varnish (opi nail polish) is a varnish that can be applied to human nails or nails to decorate and protect the nail plate. The formulation was repeatedly revised to enhance its decorative effects and suppress cracking or peeling. Nail polish is comprised of an organic polymer with various additives. History Nail polish originating in China, and its use dates back to 3000 BC. Around 600 BC, during the Zhou dynasty, the royal house prefer colors gold and silver. However, red and black eventually replace this metallic colors such as royal favorites. During the Ming dynasty, the nail often made of a mixture that included beeswax, egg white, gelatin, vegetable dyes, and gum Arabic. In Egypt, lower classes wore a bright color, while the high society painted nails red. By the turn of the ninth century, nails tinted with scented red oil and polished or buffed. In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, people prefer polished instead of painted look by mixing tinted powders and creams into their nails, then buffing until shiny. One type of polishing product sold around this time was Graf Hyglo polish paste. Ingredients Nail varnish consisting of a film forming polymer dissolved in a readily volatile organic solvent. Nitrocellulose, that is dissolved in butyl acetate or ethyl acetate, is common. This basic formulation was expanded to include the following:Plasticizes, to give non-brittle films. Dibutyl phthalate and camphor, typical plasticizers. Dyes and pigments. Representative compounds include chromium oxide greens, chromium hydroxide, ferric ferrocyanide, tin oxide, titanium dioxide, iron oxide, carmine, ultramarine and manganese violet. Opaque pigments. Look glittery / shimmer in color may be transferred with mica, bismuth oxychloride, natural pearls and aluminum powder. Adhesive polymers provide the nitrocellulose adheres to the surface of the nails. One modifier used tosylamide-formaldehyde resins. Thickening agents added to preserve sparkling particles in the suspension while in the bottle. Typical hector ite thickener Stearalkonium.UV stabilizers resisting color changes when the dry film, exposed to sunlight. A typical stabilizer is benzophenone-1. This type of nail polish, it is clear milky colored, or opaque pink paint formula to be used in particular before applying the nail polish. The purpose of this is to strengthen nails, restores moisture the nail, and / or help to keep the nail polish. Some base coats are marketed as “ridge filler” that can create a smooth surface, and reduce the appearance of reefs, which can occur in unhealthy nails or due to aging. The primer can also help keep nails stained a yellowish color with colored varnish. Top CoatThis type of nail polish, the clear paint polish formulation that is specifically used after the application of the nail polish. This forms a barrier hardened nail, which can prevent chipping, scratching and peeling. Many coatings are marketed as “quick drying.” Top coats can help underpin color nail polish dries as quickly as good. Many coatings could also help in the growth of the nail or nail repair. It gives the Polish end and a more desired look. GelGel lacquer is a lengthy different nail, consisting of a series of a methacrylate polymer. It is painted on the nail, like traditional nail polish and do not dry until it is cured under ultraviolet or ultraviolet LED lamp. While regular nail polish formulas usually last two to seven days before chipping you can gel polish lasts for up two weeks with proper use and care at home. Gel polish can be more difficult to remove than regular nail polish. Usually gently pushed off (often with a wooden stick) after soaking the nails in acetone (nail polish remover) eight to fifteen minutes. MatteMatt lacquer is as regular nail polish, but does not shine. It can be purchased as a regular base coat in a range of different colors. Mat nail polish can also be in the upper layer. Top coat is usually the most popular, because you can paint over any dry primer. Matte top coat polish the dull glow of a regular base coat polish. Matt varnish has become very popular over the years. This gives a different view of the nail technician. The mode Traditionally, the nail polish was launched in clear, red, pink, purple and black. Since then, a number of new colors and techniques developed. This has resulted in nail polish, which can be found in the extremely varied range of colors and shades. Beyond full color, the nail polish has also developed a range of other models, such as crackled, glitter, flakes, speckled, rainbow and holographs. Rhinestones or labels are also often used to polish or nail decorative designs or techniques. Nail art (models, patterns, objects, really anything, etc.) is extremely popular and there are tons of tutorials all over the internet and social media, showing the world how to do it. Some types of polish are advertised to cause the growth of nails to nails stronger, prevent nails from breaking, cracking and splitting, and even to stop nail biting. Nail polish can be used as one of several components in a manicure or pedicure. French manicure French manicures are manicures designed similar to the natural nail and are characterized by natural pink base nanails with white tips. French manicure was one of the first popular and well-known color schemes with nail polish. The tips of the nails are white, while the rest of the nails polished in a pink or a suitable nude shade. French manicure perhaps originated in the eighteenth century in Paris and was most popular in the 1920s and 1930s French manicures are still very popular and are often used in manicure techniques. Some trends to date by painting a different color than the tip of the nail instead of basic white now used. Social mediais a cause for nail art culture that allows users to share their photos of their nail art. WWD reported nail polish sales hit a record 768,000. 000 in the US in 2012, 32% gain over 2011, despite the cluttered market, which apparently sees a new beginning every week. More new varnishes and related products came on the market in the second decade of the twenty-first century, as part of an explosion of nail art, as Nail stickers (either made from nail polish or plastic), stencils, nail polish, nail pens, glitter and sequin coatings, lacquer caviar (micro-balls) polish marketed for men, scented nail polish and color changing (some of which are changing tint when exposed to the sun, and areas that are changing hue in response to heat). Pinterest and Instagram the popular social media sites that many people around the world are posting their own unique nail art. This is good for the spectators, because They can give you an idea what kind of nail art can try it yourself. Western WorldNail polish in the Western world is traditionally worn by women. Recently, people started to wear clear polish on your nails to protect them from breakage. In the last few years, some men also began to wear colored nail polish on their nails, and some even on their hands. While pastel colors like pink usually do not wear men are colors such as black, gun metal, silver, olive green or brown color more often seen. This is especially true in warm climates, where open-toed shoes worn and can mask damaged or disfigured nails. Nail polish can be removed by a nail polish remover or pads for note. To the organic solvent, but can also include oils, odors and colors. Nail polish remover packages can include individual felt pads soaked in remover. Some removers bottle of fluid removal that can be applied with a cotton ball or cotton swab. Other containers can be filled with foam, which are inserted into the soil in the container, and rotation can be used, as long as nail comes off. Choosing which type of remover is determined according to the wishes of users and often the price or quality remover. The most common type of nail polish remover containing volatile organic compounds acetone. This is a powerful and effective, but it can be harsh on the skin and nails. It can also be used to remove the artificial nails, which are usually made from acrylic and gel nails. Less sharp nails removal of the ethyl acetate, the active ingredient in a non-acetone nail polish removers, it is also often contain isopropyl alcohol. Ethyl acetate is a general solvent in single nail varnish. Acetonitrile is used as nail polish remover, however, it is toxic and potentially carcinogenic. It was on March 17, 2000 banned in the European Economic Area for use in cosmetic products. Security Drug Detection North Carolina State University undergraduate students have developed for drug discovery prototype of the nail, called Undercover color. When a person is wearing nail polish stirs his finger in my drink, it will change color if the drink contains date rape drugs or compounds such as gamma-hydroxybutyric acid, flunitrazepam and alprazolam. Ingredient threats Polish formulations may contain ingredients that cause cancer in humans or toxic central nervous system. These ingredients containing phthalates, toluene, and formaldehyde. Manufacturers have been under pressure from consumer groups to reduce or eliminate potentially toxic ingredients, and, in September 2006, several companies have agreed to phase out the dibutyl phthalate, which has been associated with problems in the endocrine system and increased risk of diabetes in women. There is no universal consumer protection standards for nails, however, and while the formaldehyde extracted from some nail marks, while others are still used. Health risks associated with nail polish, are controversial. After Paul Foster, Ph.D., a senior fellow at the National Institute of Health Environmental Sciences (a division of the National Institutes of Health, under the US Department of Health and Human Services), the amount of chemicals used for animal studies is probably a few hundred times higher than what you would be exposed to apply nail polish every week or so. So there are opportunities for each individual phthalate produces such damages [in humans] is very slim. More serious health risk facing professional nail technicians who perform manicures above the station, known as “nail the table” in whose hands rest the client - directly below the breathing techniques zone. In 2009, Dr. Susan Rutan, an epidemiologist with the US National Institute of Health Department for Applied Research and Technology Occupational Safety and announced federal efforts to assess the effectiveness of downdraft vented nail tables (VNTs) when removing potential nail polish, chemical and exposure to dust from the work area techniques is. Ti ventilation systems have the potential to reduce workers exposure to chemicals at least 50%. Many nail technicians often wear masks to cover the mouth and nose by inhalation of any dust or harsh chemicals from products for nails. After Rutan, growing body of scientific literature suggests that some are inhaled and absorbed by organic solvent found in nail salons as glycol ethers and carbon dilsufide perhaps human reproductive toxic ant. They are responsible for the effects, including birth defects, low birth weight, miscarriage and premature birth. RegulationCity in the US city of San Francisco enacted a decree recognizing public establishments which are used to polish free on the “toxic trio” of toluene, formaldehyde and dibutyl phthalate. Nail polish is considered to be hazardous waste by some regulatory authorities, such as the Los Angeles Department of Public Works. Many countries have strict limits for the transmission of nail polish by mail. In medicine, nail clubbing (also known as drumstick fingers and watch glass nails) is a deformation of the fingers and nails, associated with many diseases, particularly heart and lungs. Hippocrates was probably the first to document the clubs as a sign of disease, and the phenomenon is therefore occasionally appoint Hippocratic fingers. There may also be idiopathic clubbing, but it is rare. Clubbing may be present in five stages:Movement and softening of the nail bed (increased ballot ability).