Why do people put a different color nail polish on their ring finger?
what made you to ask this question,because its "different"
I believe it is because these people are fans of asymmetry. My theory at least. :-)
Using this pattern when doing your nails is called an "accent nail" its been a trend for a while now. Its just like having polka dots or cheetah print on your nail but using 2 base colors is a much more simpler way of showing off that pop of color.
by Marlene Bertrand 5 years ago
What does it mean when people wear a different color nail polish on their ring finger?I'm starting to see this a lot. People will wear a brightly colored nail polish on their ring finger. It's usually a deep color like black, super red, or hot pink. Does the choice of color have a meaning? Does the...
by Smart is Good 10 years ago
What do you think about the ring finger accent nail polish trend? Have you tried it?
by Nithya Venkat 10 years ago
Rings are worn on the ring finger. Why? How did this practise come about??
by LAURENS WRIGHT 9 years ago
Is your forefinger longer than your ring finger or visa versa?With the DNA changing within our bodies, the makeup and blue print are also changing, caused by mutations. Certain characteristics are known to exist for the difference of males and females. The length of fingers is one of...
by mcinthiaw 12 years ago
how much will a tatoo cost if i want to put a name around my ring finger like a ring??
by Candace Bacon 2 years ago
Why do some men have long fingernails?I saw a man recently who had very long fingernails, especially on the pinkies. I have seen other men with long pinky nails as well. Why do some men wear long fingernails like this? Is there something special about the pinky nail?
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