What is it?
UV Gel polishes have taken the nail world by storm since 2009, and since then, they have all but replaced traditional polish systems in the salon. They are quick to apply and instantly dry, so no more smudging!
The popular system can be used along with any traditional nail enhancement systems or on its own in place of nail lacquer for manicures add strength to natural nails and stay chip-free for weeks.
Ideal as an add-on service for manicurists who work on natural nails, the DIY nail enthusiast or the Nail Professional.
This multi-purpose system gives you the best value for money – learn the techniques you’ll need to be able to build a full service menu around one product line!
You can build on to the knowledge taught in this course by attending one of our Conversion Courses.
What you’ll learn:
Product knowledge | UV polish application and removal| Combining with other nail enhancement systems | Advanced nail art techniques
What’s In the Basix Kit:
1 x 14ml Power Bond | 1 x 14ml Just Gel Base Coat | 1 x 14ml Just Gel Top Coat | 2 x 14ml Just Gel Colours | Nail file & buffer (1 each)
This is enough product for over 100 individual services!
How much does it cost?
Basix kit: N$ 1,800 | Full kit: N$ 4,300 (see Beginners kit for contents)
How long does it take?
The course is comprised of two separate elements, combining both self-learning and in-class training:
- Classes take 1 half day to complete with an educator. We show you how to work with products safely and correctly, and you will work on practice hands, nail pops and live models.
- Homework – we send you the class notes about a week ahead of the scheduled class date so that you can have a little background about what we’ll go over on the day. This allows us to spend more time with you on the hands on elements. You are encouraged to submit case studies to your educator for additional feedback and advice afterwards to help you adjust to the new product and system.
This course is not suitable for beginners.
Proof of training and full payment in advance is required to register.