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Nail Polish for Men: Can It Work?

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New beauty line EvolutionMan thinks that guys need their very own nail polishes. Whether they're trying to embrace the we-already-paint-our-nails metrosexual market or try to make nail polish look more manly for guys who wouldn't consider using it otherwise, we're not sure. The five polishes include white, dark purple, and gray, plus a shiny and a matte topcoat. EvolutionMan founder Marco Bernadini thinks that men are looking for more ways to express themselves, and nail polish is one way to do that. "It is definitely less permanent than a tattoo, and you can change the color depending on your choice of mood or fashion," he said.

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