Sculpting Oval Gel French Featuring Porcelain Doll Face
What you get
In this class, students will be able to learn and attempt practical painting techniques for faces with gel polish and sculpt a salon-worthy oval french nail that looks natural with a beautiful finish.
During the first half of the class, I will:
- Provide step-by-step instructions on sculpting an oval-shaped medium length french nail using a nail form with gel
- Create a beautiful finish with cover cuticle preparation and nail surface prep to include:
- Form fitting
- Product application
- Creating structure
- Smile line
During the second half of the class, participants will:
- Learn how to create porcelain doll faces with gel polish recommended as a feature nail
- Learn one design with eyes open
- Learn one design with eyes closed
This painting technique is practical for salon as I will show you how to create effective faces in a short amount of time.
Upon completion of this class, students will have practical knowledge of this painting technique to create effective faces in a short amount of time.
Email photographs of your work for one sculpted nail (front/side/top view) and tip with 2 porcelain doll faces to email@example.com with your full name (as preferred in certificate)
In 2002, I left my corporate job to start my own nail distribution business carrying leading brands such as Ezflow/Entity/NfuOh/Akzentz/ONS and provided nail education and competition training by collaborating with the best nail educators, nail champions and reputable manufacturers in the nail industry. I’ve trained, won and judged competitions internationally, built an award winning team of educators, mentored many successful nail artists during my 15 years of full time career in the nail industry. Between 2011-2014, I’ve published 7 coffee table nail books and 3 nail art instruction books sold internationally. The nail business has given me the opportunity to host 2 seasons of Global Nail Cup competition in Malaysia and I've travelled extensively to teach nail art classes privately as well as in trade shows worldwide. My nail artworks have been published in leading trade magazines in Asia, USA, Canada, Mexico, UK and Europe. In 2014, I had the opportunity to collaborate with the UK Scratch magazine as a contributor to the VIVCAT nail art column for the entire year. In the past year, Mylably has enabled me to reach out to students all over the world online and I am very happy to be able to continue my passion for nails and share my experience and techniques in the classes that I will be developing specifically for Mylably students under this new platform!
HOW IT WORKS
Once you’ve enrolled, find your class in your class library
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Recreate and post your work in the class discussion