This shape sees the nail filed at a slant, resembling the shape of lipstick in a tube.
Personal preference isn’t the only thing that determines the ideal shape and length for a client’s nails. The best techs know a number of factors play into the decision.
To help cut down consultation time, this nail tech got crafty and made a nail shape guide.
Duck nails — the controversial nail shape in which the free edge flares out like a duck bill — were a major source of drama on the TV series “What Not to Wear”.
When it comes to that happiest part of the nail we all know and love, there’s no one right way to make it perfect. Smile lines can adapt to the nail to complement the shape and design of the nail. Akzentz educator Gina Silvestro of Gel Essentials in Cranston, R.I., shows her ideal smile lines for several different nail shapes.
On a recent web poll at Glamour.com, 57% of the respondents say they love the squoval shape.
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