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The latest manicure craze is en pointe for barre class


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It seems that every season brings a new way to upgrade your manicure game: Maybe you hibernated hygge-style during fall and winter with crystal-inspired nail art but took to a more natural #lewk in naked nails for spring. (PSA: Baking soda can help your naked nails really shine!) But, the latest way to give your nails a chic upgrade might be the simplest of all: Just change their shape.

Recently, ballerina nails—long and tapered, with a flat top, like ballerina pointe shoes—have been taking over social feeds, and they might just be the perfect third piece to bring to your next barre class. And, since these puppies are super long, consider taking adding supplements for healthy nails to your vitamin regimen, so you can rock the look in a ballet-inspired sweat sesh ASAP.

Hey, perhaps someone will even mistake you for an IRL ballerina—but to really seal the deal, try exercises to improve your posture and learn to wear a bodysuit like an off-duty dancer.

Get your nails en pointe with Instagram inspiration below.

 

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Read these expert opinions answering all of your most important questions about nail health. Also, here’s what your nails reveal about potential vitamin deficiencies.

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