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In this Feb. 14, 2013 photo, Wojciech Inglot, founder and president of the Polish cosmetics company Inglot, gestures as he stands in a room containing ingredients for his cosmetics in Przemysl, Poland. Inglot and some Muslims say the company's O2M breathable nail polish is the first of its kind because it lets air and moisture pass through to the nail. A craze has built up around it with Muslim women in recent months after an Islamic scholar in the United States tested its permeability and published an article saying that, in his view, it complies with Muslim law. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

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In this Feb. 14, 2013 photo, Wojciech Inglot, founder and president of the Polish cosmetics company Inglot, gestures as he stands in a room containing ingredients for his cosmetics in Przemysl, Poland. Inglot and some Muslims say the company's O2M breathable nail polish is the first of its kind because it lets air and moisture pass through to the nail. A craze has built up around it with Muslim women in recent months after an Islamic scholar in the United States tested its permeability and published an article saying that, in his view, it complies with Muslim law.   (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
In this Feb. 14, 2013 photo, Wojciech Inglot, founder and president of the Polish cosmetics company Inglot, gestures as he stands in a room containing ingredients for his cosmetics in Przemysl, Poland. Inglot and some Muslims say the company's O2M breathable nail polish is the first of its kind because it lets air and moisture pass through to the nail. A craze has built up around it with Muslim women in recent months after an Islamic scholar in the United States tested its permeability and published an article saying that, in his view, it complies with Muslim law. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)
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