diamond dust

Diamond dust is the material leftover from cutting diamonds. Its hardness makes it desired for a wide variety of uses. Nail files coated with diamond dust stay sharp and last a long time, and some polishes and nail treatments have diamond dust to resist chipping, to strengthen the nail, or for their shimmer effects.

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Secret Ingredient: Diamond Dust

February 1, 2010

The term diamond comes from an ancient Greek word meaning ‘unbreakable.’

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