Why Do Acrylic Nails Tickle so Much?

Answer

Acrylic nails tickle so much for the same reason anything else (including regular nails) tickles. They stimulate nerves in the skin that relate to pain and touch. Some people are more sensitive to this stimulation than others, and some people may find that the blunt tip of the nails is more stimulating than other items that could touch the skin.
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