American ApparelDo makeup companies pull their product names out of a hat? MAC certainly didn't seem to think too much when they teamed up with Rodarte to name a nail polish hue "Juarez" after an impoverished factory town. We dug around in some other beauty companies to see what other weird names we could find. The first one our list: American Apparel's black nail polish color, named "Hassid," we assume for the traditional black clothing worn by Orthodox Jews.
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Too FacedMakeup just a day over 18: Too Faced's "Barely Legal" lip gloss. [Too Faced]
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SkinStoreStila's "Chinois" (French for Chinese) eyeshadow comes in a creamy white. [SkinStore]
EssieAnorexic nails: Essie's "Rock Star Skinny" hue. [Essie]
SephoraFingers go Freudian with Illamasqua's "Phallic" nail polish, a dark blue hue. [Sephora]
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Urban DecayMakeup that strangles you: Urban Decay's "Asphyxia" eyeshadow. [Urban Decay]
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