Nails: Leila E. Hoback
Photography: Brian Blades
August 1, 1987
The invention permits a manicurist to pump a drop or two of liquid into a holding dish by simply touching the cap with an application brush.
Ad featured a disturbing photo of a manicurist at a table wearing a holocaust-type gas mask to call attention to the fumes of other products.
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