nail polish


: a liquid that is used to paint fingernails and toenails

Examples of nail polish in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Wingard just wants to tint one monster hot pink, another one gold and another the opalescent shimmer of a 12-year-old’s first bottle of nail polish. Amy Nicholson, Washington Post, 28 Mar. 2024 Just like a red lip can transform your entire look with a single swipe, red nail polish can evoke confidence and boldness with a simple, no-frills manicure. Audrey Noble, Vogue, 20 Mar. 2024 Add a few drops of nail polish to room-temperature water, gently stir, and wear gloves to dip faux eggs or blown eggs into the mixture. Kaitlyn Yarborough, Southern Living, 18 Mar. 2024 Frequently Asked Questions What brand of nail polish is the best? Kate Watson, Peoplemag, 16 Mar. 2024 With one hand on her matching black leather bag and her other hand in her pocket, Hadid also showcased her sleek new bob haircut and wore bright red lipstick and nail polish. Kimberlee Speakman, Peoplemag, 23 Mar. 2024 Shop our favorite takes on Selena Gomez's butter yellow nail polish below. Danielle Sinay, Glamour, 19 Mar. 2024 Keep the color scheme simple with blue and white eggs and simple white flowers. 10 of 20 Try: DIY Marbled Indigo Eggs This look calls for a nail polish trick to get an eye-catching marble design. Kaitlyn Yarborough, Southern Living, 18 Mar. 2024 Many people know the olfactory assault of acrylates from nail salons, since some types of nail polish and nail products use them. Brenda Goodman, CNN, 9 Mar. 2024

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“Nail polish.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 21 Apr. 2024.

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