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What if so many of these physical details—the precise silicone mold, the perfect eyelashes and cuticles—were a distraction from the true nature of sonzai-kan?
Before the spinner, my ritual for coping with being nervous was peeling and picking at my cuticles, a painful but bizarrely comforting habit.
As its spores ripen, the puffball’s outer skin, or cuticle, develops one or two small holes called ostioles through which millions of dry spores escape at the smallest disturbance.
The best way to remove any extra polish that gets on your cuticles is by dipping a small paint brush in nail polish remover.
The hands have veins and sunspots and the faint wrinkles that gather around the wrists; the nails have cuticles, pale and precise.
Create a horizontal line across your nail a quarter of an inch up from your cuticle.
But at the spring 2017 Rodarte show, cuticles were the highlight of the nail look.
They're designed to be worn as hand pieces, nail or cuticle art, or as really anywhere else on your face and body, and last 2-3 days.
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CUTICLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cuticle for English Language Learners
: the layer of dead or hard skin around the base of a fingernail or toenail
CUTICLE Defined for Kids
Definition of cuticle for Students
medical Definition of cuticle
cuticularplay \kyu̇-ˈtik-yə-lər\ adjective
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