This is an online training.
We love a freshly done manicure. However nothing is more frustrating that our lovely fresh manicure peeling after a few days.
Being able to apply gel polish on correctly and ensuring it lasts is one of the key skills for any nail artist and technicians. This is specially true if you run your own salon and have paying clients. No client is going to be happy with paying money for a gel polish that peels off days later. The great news is you can avoid this with a few tips and tricks as well as understanding how gel polishes work. Plus investing in quality polishes, products and lamp.
In this course, I am going to discuss most common reasons why gel polishes peel and lift, how to correctly apply it to last as well as getting close to cuticles whilst applying gel polish. We are going to talk about applying gel polish on natural nail as well as on nail enhancements. We will also discuss how to safely remove gel polishes as well as some other common problems that you have have encounter using gel polishes.
What you will learn:
- How to apply gel polish that last
- How to paint nails close to cuticles with minimal gap
- How to safely remove gel polish
- Support from Mitty teams for all your questions
- Learn the different types of polishes
- Understand common reasons for lifting and peeling & how to avoid them
- Learn how to correctly apply gel polishes and minimise peeling and lifting
- Learn how to safely remove gel polishes without damaging natural nails
Understand other common problems you may experience whilst using gel polishes
What skill level do I need:
Anyone with any skill level.
What support is available:
We are here to help you. You can either message or email us with your questions.
You can complete this course at your own pace. There are no limitation on how long you have to take to complete it.
How do I get access to the training sessions
Once you purchase the training, you are given a link via email to access all the training material and videos.
Do I receive a Mitty Certification?
No, This course is not supported with a Mitty certificate.
Thank you for choosing this course and happy painting!