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  • Nail Salon Research Paper

    Going to the nail salon is a great experience. But if you like that experience imagine it in your own home. That dream you have just created has been made a reality in 2010. Jamberry began when three sisters went to the nail salon and got their nails done in an expensive and slow process. This salon trip sparked the idea to make their own nails. “With over 300 nail wraps in an incredible variety of designs, you can customize, pair, and layer Jamberry nail wraps to create a look that’s all your own—all from the comfort of your home.” This idea is so much faster, easier, and cheaper than going to the nail salon. “Jamberry began with a simple idea of helping women everywhere find a new way to express themselves. Becoming a social selling party…

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  • Linh Nguyen: My Favorite Nail Technician In Richmond, Virginia

    Linh Nguyen is my favorite nail technician in Richmond, Virginia. She goes by the American name of “Tina” which she selected. Tina was born and raised in Vietnam. Her family members migrated to the United States over the course of her life. To migrate to this country legally takes a long time as well as a lot of money. Some of her family settled in Virginia and worked in a nail salon to earn a living. Linh Nguyen, whom I will call Tina, eventually came to the country at the age of 20.…

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  • Onychotillomania Case Study

    forms. In the most extreme forms people completely rip out their fingernails and toenails from their fingers and toes. The more mild cases are people picking either at the nail itself or the skin surrounding the nail. Onychotillomania falls into the same categories of other picking disorders such as trichotillomania and dermatillomania. A case study conducted by Snorrason and Woods (2014), looked at a 37 year-old adult male with a chronic nail and skin picking habit treated with…

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  • Personal Narrative: Keeping Up With My Personal Niyamas

    exercise more, I wanted to do something personal and something I have been effected by for a long time. I have been biting my nails for longer than I can remember, and I know my nails are too short. I am constantly reminded when I try to pry open a can of soup or scratch off a lottery ticket without a coin that my nails are unnaturally short. I have tried to stop before, but failure was always the end result. For this month I chose to focus less on completely…

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  • Adaptive Equipment Research Paper

    Jeanese Murdock, OTAS Adaptive Equipment Paper Long Handled nail/bath brush with suction cups This personal hygiene device is used for people that have limited or no function in one hand or other upper extremity disabilities causing limited grasp or hand strength. It is used for cleaning fingernails and toenails and can also be used to wash a person’s feet. This one handed device will suction to any flat, smooth surface such as; a bath tub, shower stall, bedside table, or bathroom sink or…

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  • What Is The Theme Of Accident In Jane's Jane-Jane

    Jane- Jane is the main character in this book. She has been through so many different accidents that most people don’t go through. Her series of accidents started when she got bit by a spider in the hand. She never could explain why she would get into all sorts of accidents. Until the one accident that finally made her think. The one where she got shot in the head with a nail gun. The only thing no one knew was that she wasn’t the one who shot herself with it, it was her shadow. She later…

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  • Illnesses In Fingernails

    Fingernails are capable of showing sicknesses or diseases that are happening inside the human body. The plate of the nail is made of a protein named “keratin” which is transparent and flexible but durable enough to retain a shape and protect the nail bed. Underneath the nail plate is the nail bed which is composed of two parts, the dermis and the epidermis. The purpose of the nail bed is to house the nail matrix, which grows the nail and stabilize the nail’s foundation. The nail plate and nail…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Dream Of Growing Up In Vietnam

    We dated a long distance relationship and communicated mainly via email. We tied a knot in 2002 after one year dating. 2003, I departed Vietnam to California for my husband. I thought, my dream of going back to school is about to come true. However, as soon as I arrived, I realized English language was harder then I knew it was; It killed my ambitious, my confident, it crushed my dream. I struggled to get around or communicate with people. American 's life was hard. I knew I had to set a…

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  • Short Story: Is It Your Right Foot Again?

    “Is it your right foot again?” Iris Wilde straightened her leg and rolled the ankle. Her narrow beige shoes were fashionable thirty years earlier, and they were good quality. She had believed in buying the best back then, and time had proved her right. Her cream leather handbag rested on the other patient chair. Old-fashioned galoshes rested on the floor underneath, and a long black wool coat with a mink collar was draped carefully on top. If Dr. Hahn hadn’t directed her to provide the woman…

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  • Hr Intervention Paper

    were used in this phase as well. Results Baseline and intervention data are illustrated in Figure 1. The baseline data presented both downward and upward trend pattern of nail cuticle-biting behaviors. The mean value of the baseline is 6 and the standard deviation is 1.26. The first intervention phase data a downward trend pattern can be observed, which signifies a decrease in the amount of nail cuticle biting behaviors performed. The mean value of the first intervention data is 2.16, with a…

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