Online Nail Bundle Course

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No pre-requirements to take this course. 

You will learn:

  • Gel nail extensions
  • Acrylic Nail extensions
  • Shellac Nails 
  • Manicure & Pedicure

Fully accredited by CPD.

3 years to complete your course however how long you take is up to you as long as it’s before 3 years from the date of purchase.

Online Acrylic course, we will cover:

  • Nail Dictionary
  • What equipment you will need
  • Different nail grits
  • Nail Shapes
  • Anatomy of the nail
  • Anatomy of the skin
  • Contraindications
  • Consultation
  • Consultation form example
  • How to apply Acrylic nails
  • How to apply Acrylic nail infills
  • How to remove Acrylic nails
  • Treatment video
  • Common Problems
  • Health & Safety
  • Things to consider
  • How to promote your business
  • Sterilising your tools

4 Case study photos need to be emailed over of before and after photos before you receive your certificate.

Online Manicure & Pedicure course.

You will learn about and complete practical work and assessment to achieve the safe application of this treatment.

2 Case studies are required before you receive your certificate.  1 manicure and 1 pedicure send over via email for feedback.

  • Industry regulations
  • Insurance
  • Client care/consultation
  • Contra-indications and precautions
  • Equipment needed.
  • Aftercare
  • Maintenance
  • Further treatment advice
  • Paraffin wax treatment
  • Practical demonstration
  • Practice sessions
  • Health and Safety

Nail extensions have become increasingly popular. There is a wide range of different types of enhancement available.  Gel can be used as an overlay to the natural nail to encourage growth and to stop breakages when trying to grow the natural nail. Nail biters benefit from this as it encourages them to stop biting the nail, therefore allowing the nail to grow. 

5 case studies are required to receive your certificate. Before and After photos will be emailed over for feedback.

 

What you will learn:

  • Equipment to purchase
  • How to apply Gel Extensions
  • Gel vs Acrylics
  • Consultation
  • Consultation form example
  • Anatomy of the nail
  • Anatomy of the skin
  • Nail shapes
  • Applying gel extensions
  • Maintenance/infill
  • Removal
  • Aftercare advice
  • Things to consider
  • Promoting your business
  • Health and Safety
  • Sterilising your tools
  • Videos
  • Different nail grits
  • Insurance recommendations

Acrylic nails are less kind to the natural nail then Gels.

Gel extensions and acrylic nails aren’t identical, but they are similar. Acrylic is a two-step process that involves liquid and powder which air dries. Gel extensions use hard gel or structure gel and are cured with a UV or LED light. Both techniques have a similar look and feel.

Acrylic nails are hard and can be very fake looking. Most Gels are more flexible and natural looking. In addition Acrylic nails when removed leave an impression on the nails, so once removed the natural nails may show marks or imprints. Gel nails leave no hard impressions.

 

Advantages of UV Gel

  • Lightweight
  • Less finishing than other systems
  • They do not easily lift.
  • Quick to apply and infill
  • Odourless
  • Flexible
  • Less damage to the natural nail than with some systems.

 

Equipment needed for Gel Nail Extensions

  • Nail files mixed grits 100, 180, 240
  • Buffer
  • Flat Gel Brush
  • Hand Sanitisers
  • Cuticle Knife 
  • Cuticle Nippers
  • Acetone
  • U.V Gel
  • Primer
  • Nail Tips
  • Nail tip glue
  • Prep Spray/ Dehydrator
  • Cuticle Oil
  • U.V lamp
  • Gel Polish kit

 

Shellac is a blend of gel and nail polish. Because it is like a polish, it can’t be used to extend your nail. Because it is like a gel, however, it does add strength and durability. In the long term Shellac is much less damaging to nails than traditional Gels (or Acrylics).

What you will learn:

  • Difference between shellac, gel, acrylic
  • Anatomy of the nail
  • Anatomy of the skin
  • Consultation
  • Consultation form
  • Contraindications
  • What equipment you will need
  • Nail shapes
  • Insurance
  • How to apply shellac
  • Removal video
  • Sterilising your tools
  • Health & Safety
  • Things to consider
  • Promoting your business
  • FAQ
  • Video of application

 

If you already have insurance please check they cover online courses. We recommend Insync Insurance to all our students as they cover online courses.

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£150.00 £130.00

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