It seems like guys are getting an awful lot of their "own" versions of traditional beauty products lately, but unlike the "guyliner" trend, male polish just keeps getting bigger. And it's also not just niche brands like macho rocker Man Glaze polish ($6.66), spa fixture Cuccio Men ($7), or the Euro pop Uslu Airlines ($30) polishes, designed by male DJs. Essie's got Man-e-cure ($15), and even Orly is getting into the act with its Nails For Males ($4). I have to ask: How is any of this at all necessary? There's a whole wold of nail polish out there in every shade imaginable. Do we really need to give it a gender? And do you think your Mr. or guy friends would be more likely to use these just because they have the word "man" on them?
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