Nail artwork is an innovative way to coloring, decorate, enhance, and embellish the claws. It is a kind of artwork that can be done on toenails and fingernails, after manicures or pedicures usually. A manicure and a pedicure are beauty treatments that trim, shape, and polish the nail. Often these procedures remove the cuticles and soften your skin across the fingernails or toenails.The exact origin of toenail treatments is unclear, since it appears to have originated in different parts of the world around the same time. In ancient Egypt, from 5000 B.C. to 3000 B.C., women would dye their claws with henna to point interpersonal status and seductiveness. Women of the lower class wore pastel and neutral shades, as the upper classes wore deep, bright shades. In Babylonia, 3200 B.C., men, not women, coated their claws with green and charcoal kohl, an ancient aesthetic. To get ready for battle, warriors of Babylon spent time having their fingernails or toenails prepared, hair possessed and curled other similar beauty treatments. As in ancient Egypt, nail color indicated one's status, black for noblemen and green for the common man. Around once, 3000 B.C., the first toenail polish started in ancient China. It was created from beeswax, egg whites, gelatin, veg dyes, and gum arabic. Chinese dipped their fingernails or toenails in this concoction for several hours or still left it to dry out. Colors ranged from red to red, depending on mixture of the ingredients. Through the Zhou Dynasty, 600 B.C., royalty used this simple nail polish with silver and gold dust on their nails to show their social status.
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