Nail paints undeniably play an essential role in self-maintenance and grooming. There are several reasons we love to apply nail paints, and the biggest reason is that our hands look well-maintained, pretty, and presentable at all times.
- Nail paints come in various colours, and each colour has its purpose. For example, if you plan to go on a special date night, a vibrant pink or bold red can do wonders. Similarly, if you are a corporate professional, who likes to keep things subtle, a French manicure, pearl white, or nude shades to compliment your skin tone will always make you appear elegant and elevate your confidence.
Typically, chemical-based nail paints consist of toxic cosmetic substances, such as phthalates, formaldehyde, toluene, and acetone. These chemicals tend to evaporate in the air and fill your lungs with toxins, which put your respiratory system at risk. Your favourite chemical-based nail paint also consists of benzophenones, which are carcinogens, and may leave estragon-like effects on your body. The acetone in your nail paint is, in fact, so toxic that apart from lungs, it can negatively affect your nerves, eyes, and brains, leaving your nails split and dry.