I’ve been a manicurist since 1990 and have trained many people over the years, from novices to experienced manicurists. I’ve often been surprised to find that so few “trained” manicurists — even those who are accomplished at fake nails or nail designs — actually have true, proper training. Many are lacking even rudimentary manicuring skills. Clients often think that the most important aspect of getting a great manicure is how long the nail polish lasts — an important end result, clearly — but there are several other factors that contribute to achieving a good manicure. These include taking proper care in each step of the process: Filing, shaping, pushing back the cuticle, and applying the polish. I love to share my expertise—the things that you learn from experience — with manicure/pedicure devotees and professionals who want to learn more. "When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything." — Lao Tzu —.
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