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Does any one else think the nails look 'odd', they look like they have been stretched as the pink is in the worng place???
 

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:eek: i've thought this for sometime. they have exagerated the pink area too much havent they. i suppose its meant to give the illusion of a long nail bed, but i think it just looks freaky :eek: :eek: :eek:
 

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I came across this and had to add my own comments - I have thought this too and find it bizarre that when trying to show your best nails in an ad - they would be so out of balance!! What pleases me more is that you are all finally noticing the difference between asthetically pleasing (or not) nail enhancements!! :idea:
 

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I agree too. It makes me feel ill to look at them...very bizarre!!
 

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Me too - looked freaky!
 

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I've always hated that ad, and it's been around for a while. It's nice to make the nail bed a bit longer if it's short but come on! If the free edge started that far past the finger tip there'd be a severe case of pterygium inversum unguis going on there!
 

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Jane said:
I've always hated that ad, and it's been around for a while. It's nice to make the nail bed a bit longer if it's short but come on! If the free edge started that far past the finger tip there'd be a severe case of pterygium inversum unguis going on there!
Classic comment Jane - lmao!
 
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