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■ PVC: Parts (Prism + Plain)

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The latest design by the creator, mayu, using the currently trending PVC!
She will be teaching how to make prism and plain PVC parts.




In this lesson, we will be learning how to create PVC parts, which have gained popularity this year.
We will be learn how to create the latest works by mayu, which have been talked about a lot on Instagram.

PVC stands for polyvinyl chloride, and is made by the polymerization of plastic and vinyl chloride.

It has recently began to be used in high-end brand bags and fashion items
and has gained great popularity from the fact that it can be used for outfits of any color.

In this lesson, we will be using PVC as parts to apply on nails.
The translucent color will match with any color, just like with outfits.
The parts can be used for salon work as well.

In this lesson, the following points will be taught

◆How to avoid air bubbles
◆How to get the translucency and solidity of PVC
◆How to get a ready-made looking finish

mayu will be sharing all of the steps to get the real PVC look.


You can customize the parts once you master the techniques.
You can make many kinds of PVC parts using your favorite parts and letter stickers.



You will be able to please many customers once you learn how to make a variety of PVC parts.
Your customers will definitely enjoy the trending nail art.

In this lesson video, we will learn the crafting process from step one.
After learning to apply the PVC parts you made on your nails,
you will also be learning how to make clear parts.

Please master and enjoy mayu's newest, and the now trending
PVC nail art.

Once you master how to make PVC parts, try this lesson "PVC: Flat"
and widen the variety of trending nail art you can make.

Music in a Video: A Drive By Alone (Lorde Vs. Train) by Jeremy Turnbull
(https://soundcloud.com/jezalmighty/a-drive-by-alone-lorde-vs-train)

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