I usually try to understand all the perspectives and try hard to curb my critique nature (I got way to much of that in my DNA code ), but I have to comment on the article I read yesterday.
Magazines are not something I buy or read, but there is one Slovenian magazine that my mom buys regularly and I skip through it when I’m visiting my parents. I usually find at least one article I like and save in my scrapbook. But this time they really blew it.
They wrote article about nail polishes that is filled with inaccuracies. Let’s take a look at few that turned my face in something like this .
- OPI polishes do not contain parabens and are completely natural (Zoya is also natural for the author of this article): how many of your polishes contain preservatives of any kind? I would love to know what are they made of and where in nature can I find ingredients for nail polishes.
- Professional ORLY polishes do not contain formaldehyde, toluene and DBP so they are healthy and do not damage you nails: sure, they clear your sinuses.
- Essence magnet costs 9,90, magnetic polish 6 EUR: does Essence even have anything that costs more than 5 EUR in their range?
- add few drops of acetone to the old polish, shake it and store it in the fridge: if you want to ruin you nail polish, do as they say.
And my favorite one that made me laugh for really long time:
- polish twice with two different polishes, and then scrape off the top layer as you wish: guess which polishes is author talking about. :D
I’m feeling really lousy today and have to rest, so please share with me other “interesting” things you lately read in the magazine.
Source: Lisa, no. 26, page 15-16.
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