Dermatoglyphics is the study of skin patterns, especially those patterns of the hands and feet. For decades, people have been using dermatoglyphics to study fingerprints and have found it very resourceful. Some believe this is part of science, some don’t. It’s up to you to decide what you believe.
Our fingerprints develop while we are still in the womb, and are fully developed by the 6-month of pregnancy.
Studies have been done to see if our fingerprints change over time, and after quite sometime it was concluded that they don’t change and therefore are very good for identifying people.
No one has the same print on his or her fingers, and even your own fingers don’t have the same print, finger to finger. They are you and only you.
There are a few categories that your finger pads will fall under:
1) Curve 2) Swirl 3) Loops
Find out what your fingerprint says about you!