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1. What is a coffin manicure??
Coffin/Ballerina If you're worried about poking your eye out or you want a slightly less fragile yet still extreme nail shape, try coffin or ballerina nails. This shape, which has two names, is basically like stiletto nails but with a squared-off tip to mimic the appearance of a coffin or pointe shoes.
2. What is coffin shaped nails look like?
Ballerina nails (also known as coffin-shaped nails) are Kylie Jenner's signature nail shape. Ballerina nails are essentially the stiletto nail, but with a square rather than pointy tip. They're called ballerina nails or coffin nails because the shape resembles both a coffin and a ballerina's slipper.
3. What is difference between shellac and gel nails?
A gel manicure and a Shellac manicure are essentially the same thing: long-lasting polishes cured under UV lamps. The difference is that "gel nails" or "manicure" is the generic term for nails done under a UV lamp, while Shellac is a brand of gel nails by the company Creative Nail Design (CND).
4. Which is better shellac or gel?
Shellac nail polish is thinner than gel, so generally shellac nails tend to start to 'break down' around two weeks, whereas gel nails can last up to three.
5. What are French nails?
A French tip manicure polishes nails in two colors, one for the bed of the nail and another for the tip. Traditionally, French tip manicures create a polished and professional look that replicates the natural nail in pink and white, but modern variations may use other colors.
6. What is the difference between French and American Nails?
The basic difference between a French Manicure and an American one is to do with the colour and in some salons the shape of the finished nails might be also slightly different. A classic French Manicure uses a pinky tone clear base all over the nail and then a dense white tip is painted across the ends.