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What is the function of speed dry when used during nail service? Aids in fast drying and protection from stickiness
How much of the nail bed should a nail tip cover? A nail tip should cover no more than 1/3 to 1/2 of the nail bed
What condition results when the cuticle becomes overly dry and splits? A hangnail results when the cuticle becomes overly dry and splits
The disorder in which the nail grows into the edge of the nail grooves causing ingrown nails Onychocryptosis is a disorder in which the nail grows into the edge of the nail grooves causing ingrown nails
Any disease, disorder or condition of the nail is called Onychosis is any disease, disorder or condition of the nail
Improper filing, injuries or harsh chemicals could be causes of Improper filing, injuries or harsh chemicals could cause split nails
The skin under the free edge of the nail is the The hyponychium is the skin under the free edge of the nail
Nails with a sign of disease require Nails with a sign of disease require referral to a physician
Created by: Jonesey81