The Lifting Series
Don’t loose £££ and keep clients.
🤦🏼♀️ Have you ever wondered why you’re getting lifting when you’re following all of the steps you were taught on your nail course?
🙋🏼♀️Have you tried using a primer from a different brand to help combat lifting?
🙎🏼♀️Have you changed the brand of acrylic you were using because it ‘lifted’
Have you lost clients due to lifting? Did you realise that losing one client could costing you hundreds of pounds a year, and correcting lifting issues could be costing you £3264!! not to mention the possible bad review that could cost you more.
Nail Expert Rebecca Orme can solve all of these problems AND pre-empt more issues with great troubleshooting advice in The Lifting Series.
In 1 hour you exactly what the issue is and how to solve it with numerous real life salon scenarios.
Hi my name is Rebecca and my philosophy to teaching is to make sure you know the What, the Why and the How. So there’s no, “pick up a bead and start working” I starts with this is HOW you pick up a bead, and this is the reason WHY it’s so important.
I am passionate about the fundamentals of nail structure, chemistry and the art of a beautiful, long lasting nails and know that without the correct preparation and foundation, you are going to struggle and quickly lose confidence in your abilities as a nail tech. So I have put together a series of courses which. will be your reference guide to all things you need to be the perfect nail tech.
If you’ve answered yes to any or all of these question’s then Nail Expert Rebecca Orme can solve all of these problems AND pre-empt more issues with great troubleshooting advice in The Lifting Series.
Rebecca’s philosophy to teaching is to make sure you know the What, the Why and the How. So there’s no, “pick up a bead and start working” Rebecca starts with this is HOW you pick up a bead, and this is the reason WHY it’s so important.
Rebecca is passionate about the fundamentals of nail structure, chemistry and the art of a beautiful, long lasting nails. Rebecca knows that without the correct preparation and foundation, you are going to struggle and quickly lose confidence in your abilities as a nail tech, BUT… all of the lifting issues nail techs face on a day to day basis can be solved with the foundational knowledge in this video series.
Learn the 7 reasons your nails could be lifting??
This in depth yet easy to follow training, from Rebecca, is the culmination of over 20 years in the nail industry and over 12 years teaching beginners to educators. There is a reason why Rebecca is the trusted Educator of dozens of colleges to keep their nail tutors CPD up to date and why Rebecca was the requested Educator for the Harrods Salon and why Rebecca was the one the Spa Manager on a private island in the Maldives called to teach their spa staff how to create L&P nail enhancements.
If you don’t know WHY it’s going wrong, or HOW to fix the issue, this is the perfect course for you.
The ONLINE COURSE which shows you how to ‘nail’ lifting.
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THIS COURSE.
Did you even know there were 7 reasons you could be experiencing lifting? These reasons go across the board from L&P to Gel Polish and you could be experiencing more than one of these issues, so I’m going to introduce you to all 7 reasons for your issues. You should have known about at least 2 of them from your Beginners nail training, but if you haven’t – don’t panic, you’re going to find out all about each issue in detail right here.
Primer application is where I see nail tech’s starting to play around and experiment, this is where some real issues can be created by not understanding how primer works and making the mistake of using a different brands primer can be a fatal one, here’s why…
This is where the practice comes in, it really is no good picking up a bead and putting it on the nail, what should the bead look like, what should it feel like? How should the bead act. I take you through mix ratio in detail because this is a major cause of lifting
Appliation zone – Getting your application wrong could be causing you more issues than you think. Yes it’s a matter of the aesthetics and sleek design of the nail, but getting the application wrong can also cause the nail to lift.