Set Lesson Recommended!
---The newest design from mayu using the trending PVC!
She will be teaching nail art that gives the entire nail a PVC look.
In this lesson, we will be learning a secondary art that can be used
with the PVC parts made in another lesson.
Using the trending PVC material for a flat design
will make nail art using PVC parts look even more amazing.
We will be learning not only how to apply the material,
but also many tips on how to get a beautiful flat finish.
◆How to process the aurora film to fit the shape of your nail perfectly
◆How to apply film and foil neatly over each other
◆mayu's advice on choosing and applying mirror powder
◆Things to know when applying parts such as chain parts
are just some of the things we will be learning in this lesson.
All of the necessary steps to getting a perfect
PVC flat finish is included in this lesson.
The most important point of this nail art is to make sure there are no air bubbles.
Air bubbles will take away the PVC look of the nail art.
However, air bubbles are hard to keep out when applying the film.
Having many air bubbles will take away the PVC look of the nail art.
In this lesson, we will learn all of the steps to prevent air bubbles.
We will also learn the process to keep air bubble from forming.
The showiness of this art makes it great as a secondary art for the summer.
We will also be learning tips on how to apply PVC flat to multiple nails without it looking too showy.
PVC flat is an essential in today's salon work.
Please try this lesson "PVC: Parts (Prism + Plain)"
as well to take on the latest trend.Music in a Video: A Drive By Alone (Lorde Vs. Train) by Jeremy Turnbull
---Learning in set Recommended♪