The French Manicure revival has been prevalent on Instagram. From orange tips to a vampy french manicure, the options are endless.
Showcasing your nail art on social media can help you gain a following that you can, hopefully, convert to clients. Good lighting, a backdrop, and a camera will help.
This acrylic nail roundup gives you all the details on acrylic nails, from the application––from start to finish–– to all the different available faux nails materials.
“I quickly grew the interest in becoming a nail tech. Right away, I knew that I wanted to continue with this passion and started practicing on myself. I absolutely love creating nail sets, and giving every nail set some type of creativity… The beauty industry is my absolute passion, and I enjoy taking care of myself. I love taking my time with every set and to give my best work every time…”
There are many skills that will help you in your journey toward nail technology. What are the top skills you should master before you start doing nail tech?
A nail tech program can be a great way for you to move into cosmetology. What are you going to learn if you apply for a nail tech program?
Like any artistic profession, you never stop learning and growing in your nail tech career. Nail trends and styles evolve, but as long as you master the basics, you will excel in your pursuit to master your craft.
“My interests have always been focused on anything artistic – I’ve sketched, painted, sculpted clay, made costumers and done special effects makeup for years.” After falling in and out of the hobby for a little bit, Alicia ended up picking it up, and falling back in love. “After working for four years after high school graduation, I decided I needed to get back to doing something I loved…”
“After 4 years, I felt like there was little to no room for growth or promotion and I felt like I had maxed out my potential and needed to move up in life. I realized I wasn’t happy behind a computer all day and needed a career in creativity to challenge my artistic soul…”
“I was an infant teacher for 3 years. I have always loved caring for people and wearing my heart on my sleeve. Although I have lots of love caring for and teaching young children, I decided to close my chapter for my early childhood education career and move on to grow elsewhere.” I wasn’t happy with my day to day job and just felt like I didn’t belong. I wanted and craved for something new and different but also wanted something I could look forward to. I wanted to be in a positive environment to thrive and blossom.”