Horizontal or Vertical lines on the fingertips
Sometimes one or more horizontal lines might appear on the tip of the finger. These lines on the fingertips can suggest a problem, depending on which finger the line is on. However, many of these lines can come and go as times change.
It is more common to have vertical lines on the fingertips. The vertical lines can simply denote tiredness (lack of energy) or dehydration. Some say that the vertical line enhances the qualities of the area which the finger represents, (see below).
Thumb – Drive, determination, energy and willpower.
Index – Power, leadership and self-esteem
Middle – Law, order, responsibilities and security
Ring – Relationships, warmth, happiness and creativity
Pinkie – Communication, business and healing.
The horizontal lines on the fingertips are most common on the thumb. It tells of nervous tension or frustration regarding willpower or getting things done. It also shows that decision making is not easy. The thumb also shows the amount of energy available, so the more lines on the tip, the more likely that vitality is lacking.
On the Fingertips
On the index finger, the horizontal lines suggest resentment or lack of self-confidence. It might also be regarding goals, leadership or spirituality. The middle finger points towards the lack of security, especially of home or finances. Or, some self-control or responsibility issues. If the ring finger has them, it shows worry over relationships or just unhappiness. It can suggest coldness or possible obstacles or blocks in creative ideas.
Lastly, the pinkie that represents communication and business. Also, of intelligence, sexuality, and healing. It shows how well you connect with others as well as the amount of mental capacity and ideas. Horizontal lines on the tip would indicate problems in one or more of those areas. It can also show someone who is afraid to speak up.