Acrylic nails are one of the most popular type of nails that women end end up sticking with because they are strong and durable. Another reason why they are so popular is because it is easy to maintain different shapes without breaking your acrylic nails. Masaryktown residents like that fact that if you do not like a specific shape, you can always file down your nails pretty easy making it a cheaper alternative than having to purchase a whole new set of nails to see if you like a specific shape or style. Here is a partial list of the most popular shapes for acrylic nails.
Round Nails for Everyday Wear
Round nails are probably the most common type of acrylic nail shape because they resemble natural nails that are fairly easy to maintain. It is also better for the individual who likes to try out different nail shapes or styles using acrylic nails. Masaryktown women should know that it is easier to go from a round nail to a square or pointed nail instead of vise versa.
Square Nails: Another Classic Shape
Woman everywhere love square nails because no matter how long their nails get, square nails look great at any length. Square nails are not so easily to manipulate and turn into another nail shape, with the exception of the coffin nail style.
Oval and Squoval Shapes
Oval nail shapes have quickly become one of the most popular shapes for a modern look. With acrylic nails, masaryktown residents get the best of both worlds between classic round and square shaped nails. Oval shaped nails also tend to be a little bit thinner than those of classic square and round designs.
Almond and Coffin Shaped Nails
Almond and coffin shaped nails are like that of oval shaped nails except that they taper off the closer you get to the tip of the nail. Almond nails tend to have more of a rounded tip that comes to a natural curved point (like an almond!) while coffin nails have shaper sides and squared off tips. Coffin acrylic nails are becoming fair popular among celebrities.
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