Your face: Flat warts and long skinny warts that look like tiny fingers usually appear on your face. The bottoms of your feet: Warts that are large flat bumps on the bottoms of your feet are very common. They are called plantar warts because the bottom surface of the foot is called the "plantar surface."
Also know, are warts on the hands contagious?
More commonly, HPV causes warts to grow on the hands, fingers, feet, toes, knees and face. [See also: What's the Best Way to Treat Warts?] Studies have shown that common warts (i.e. not genital warts) can be spread through skin-to-skin contact. However, not all strains of the virus are highly contagious.
Can you catch warts?
They can also spread by contact with floors or surfaces contaminated with the virus. Although warts are contagious, it's thought that the risk of catching them is fairly low. You're more likely to get infected if your skin is damaged or wet, so infection can be linked to swimming pools and communal showers.