Nails Structure

Structural classification of nails refers to categorizing nails based on their shape and structure. Common classifications include almond, square, oval, round, stiletto, and coffin/ballerina. Almond nails have a tapered shape with a rounded tip. Square nails have straight edges and a flat, squared-off tip. 

Structural Facts

Oval nails have a rounded shape similar to an egg. Round nails have a circular shape. Stiletto nails are long and pointed. Coffin/ballerina nails are similar to almond nails but have a squared-off tip. These classifications allow individuals to choose a nail shape that suits their personal style and preferences.

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20 structural facts about human nails