All private session classes are with a 30 year experienced Nail Instructor. Students will book their class dates online, by text or email after planning. Most attend their first day within 1-2 months of their payment in full or down payment.
Students have six months to finish the course. Organized and diligent students usually finish faster.
RULES: (we have a unique course and we have plenty of class openings with these rules)
CLASS TIMES & DAYS
Sanitation with Nail service safety
Career options with an understanding of client retention
Explaination of correct and safe cuticle/callus care to avoid lawsuits
Understanding Polishing, Service Procedures, Safe Nail Filing, Tips & Adhesion Chemicals
Acrylic Nail polymerization/laying including sculpting & odorless application
Other nail training is only based on timely completion of required material with passed tests and Q&A in class
Online study and contact with instructor is available when closed
The Instructor (Ms. Vivian) is trying to retire and close the school towards the end of 2026 to focus on her expert witness & consulting career. Students enrolling after 2024 will see a reduce class day availability. Please be cautious of unprofessional training that does not get you licensed. About 1/4 of our students coming here got scammed from fake salon apprenticeships or poorly run schools that cared more about profits then guiding students towards licensing.
Continued education after being licensed is important for all beauty professionals!
Students should regularly attend advance Pro workshops like CND, OPI, Kupa, NSI, GelX, MediNail etc. Amazing knowledgeable workshops can be done at yearly beauty trade shows in California, Florida, Tennesse, Nevada or New York. Also check other Professional Nail product manufacturers for workshop classes all over the United States and Canada. If the class asks to see your nail license then it means that they are professionals providing a good quality education.
Open minded safety first learning should be in place when learning from self taught or unlicensed nail teachers. Virginia regulation requires licenses to be posted for clients to view. The second violation is not having a nail/cosmetology license. Not posting a license in a easy to view area can be reported for violation.
Lawsuits are very real and happening all over the US with nail injuries from improper service/chemical use paying thousands to millions of dollars to clients (more if unlicensed). The Instructor here, Ms. Vivian, only teaches part time. Her main job is working with lawyers to sue nail techs and salons across the United States. She works on several cases each month!