Plant nail art is made from a mixture of crushed, crushed, and crushed crushed peels, which are then heated to form a powder.

The powder is then dipped into a solvent which dissolves the peels and releases the wax.

The finished product can be used as a nail polish or a base for other nail products.

The Missouri Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has put together an online tool to help consumers learn more about the industry.

It includes information on plant plants, ingredients, and products that are made in the state.

To learn more, visit www.mo.gov/plant.