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About this video
Learning in set Recommended♪

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Perfect for autumn/winter season nail salon work!
Learn a super fast and easy way to do plaid nails!




Today's lesson is on plaid nails, a must-learn design for nail art.
Our teacher for today, mayu, will talk about her way of drawing fashionable plaids.

Brush up your plaid nails skill by learning mayu's way to do plaids.
It's easy, simple, and most importantly, better!

The best thing about this nail art is that it is super duper easy to do.

Learn how to save time on a classic pattern like plaids.
It will definitely become your salon's next hit.

You'll also learn how to create plaids that are fashionable and high in quality,
while you learn how to do them fast and easy.

This plaid nail art with uniquely textured lines will
make your plaid designs look better.

In addition, she talks about:

◯how to draw two different types of lines to make your plaids look fashionable,
◯what to do in order to create well-balanced, perfect lines,
◯tips for avoiding bumpy nail surfaces,

and more.
mayu will guide you through every single step of the process
you'll need to know in order to create fashionable and easy plaid nails!



Another great thing about this classic nail art is that it's highly customizable.

Not only can you change the colors, but also
you can even combine other nail stickers and parts in order to create the nail art that you want.

Our teacher for this lesson, mayu, will show you her customized nail art samples
and show you various ways to customize plaid nails. Feel free to try them out!

Brush up your skills and master mayu's way of doing plaid nail art this autumn/winter.
Enjoy customizing mayu's design and use them in your nail salon!
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