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Tips and tricks to help you understand form placement and get the most out of form application.

Fundamentals of Forms

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What You Get

HD video class with anytime, anywhere access
Close-up instruction
Answers to student questions from instructor

Class Dates

Duration: 120 mins

Class Description

In this class we will be covering the following:
* Dos and don’t when placing forms.
* What to look at when placing forms.
* Why we need to customize forms for different nails.
* How to customize forms for different nails.
* How to work with forms to create different nail shapes.

Class Breakdown

You will see examples of what not to do when placing forms and how to correct it.
You will see examples of what to look for when placing forms to ensure correct, straight placement.
You will see examples of forms customized to different nail types/shapes.
You will see examples of forms placed for different salon shapes.

Student Objectives

After following this class, students will have a better understanding of what they need to look at when they are placing their forms. They will also have a better understanding of how and why we customize forms. Students will see how to place forms for different salon shapes.

Supplies Needed

Forms
Scissors
One or two fingers without product on them
Thin wooden or metal file
taught by
Tracey Lee Tracey Lee Nails

Tracey Lee has been a nail professional since 2003. Her journey in nails has been very varied, having worked and participated in various aspects of the industry including: salon owner, education, marketing, product development, consulting, judging, competitor to name a few.

Tracey is a regular contributor of articles and step-by-steps in national and international trade magazines.

Tracey’s focus now is more on the role of coach/judge, however in the past she has won several international competitions. A highlight of her career was in 2017 when she took the title of NAILS Magazines Next Top Nail Artist, an online competition spanning 8 months. One of the prizes of this competition was an invitation to New York Fashion Week with the CND Team. Since her first visit, Tracey has been working with the CND Teams on designs for New York, Paris and London Fashion Weeks.

Tracey’s motto is: “Education is the KEY - Keep Educating Yourself”. It is for this reason that she decided to launch Beauty2trs – an online nail and beauty education platform.

She continues to educate herself and share her knowledge and experience with others through education.

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