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  • Tips to Slow Down Trace

    I have included some methods that I personally use when making cold process soap in order to slow down trace. It is important to note that only with trial and error and experience will you become confident that your recipe and method will allow you enough time in order to make those lovely intricate swirl patterns. It is worth taking the time out to develop this and to find a recipe that works for you.

  • It seems that not all nail polish glitters are created equal. When we first started out sourcing glitter and glitter shapes we would get excited when we came across a cute fuchsia dot or square. We would be gung ho and put it in our indie polish only to find that after a day or a week our beautiful white jelly polish had changed to a washed out shade of pink. Not good for the reputation and more importantly not for customers polishes.

  • According to leading market researchers PMR the nail polish sector grew by more than 3% in 2012  http://www.cosmeticsdesign-europe.com/Market-Trends/Polish-cosmetics-sector-boosts-overall-CE-market-growth). In fact the polish sector contributed to an overall growth of the Central European cosmetic segment by 2% in 2012. So this is clear evidence that the sales of nail polish are increasing!

  • Tips to Slow Down Soap Trace

    I have included some methods that I personally use when making cold process soap in order to slow down trace. It is important to note that only with trial and error and experience will you become confident that your recipe and method will allow you enough time in order to make those lovely intricate swirl patterns. It is worth taking the time out to develop this and to find a recipe that works for you.

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