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Any nail classes in the midwest coming up?
#1
I am needing some serious motivation and not having much luck seeing anything coming up other than OPI or CNDat Peels.
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#2
Contact John Hauk; he's teaching his first class with his own company on April 29 in Dayton:
Royalty Beauty presents "Essential Salon Nails" training with John Hauk, Dayton, OH 937-901-1531 or [email protected]

http://www.facebook.com/john.hauk1
Jaime Schrabeck, Ph.D. (yes, it's real)
http://www.precisionnails.com
http://shop.precisionnails.com
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#3
Jennie, I see this is an old post. There are a few of us trying to get feedback to start a networking event in the midwest sometime in 2014.
Any thoughts about what kind of education you would like?
Any advice?
We are collecting info right now. But we have some great talent involved that want to come already. So it is very exciting!
But we need help spreading the word to make this an Event we can offer every year. And we want to have different topics eveery year to peak the interest of past attendees.
What do ya think?
Tesss Walters
http://www.puttinonthenails.com
Inventor of THE CLAZY GRIP!
Owner/Operator
Educator
Master Gel Technician
[email protected]
FB Group Page ( The Art Of the Pen)
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#4
I live in southern Illinois and I would be interested. What do you consider the midwest?
Millie
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#5
Your in the midwest! This event won't prop happen untill 2014. we are planning it. We will keep posting. We would love your input on classes you would be interested in,etc.
Tesss Walters
http://www.puttinonthenails.com
Inventor of THE CLAZY GRIP!
Owner/Operator
Educator
Master Gel Technician
[email protected]
FB Group Page ( The Art Of the Pen)
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#6
Gels definatley! Also a huge problem is nail techs knowing gel polish and gels are NOT the same thing. Id also be interested in nail art, its not my forte but I think I make it harder than need be. I think someone there with business ethics and motivation would be great as well.
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#7
(03-20-2013, 01:53 PM)jennie Wrote: Gels definatley! Also a huge problem is nail techs knowing gel polish and gels are NOT the same thing. Id also be interested in nail art, its not my forte but I think I make it harder than need be. I think someone there with business ethics and motivation would be great as well.


Have seen on Facebook about the PKO Education event in Kansas City?

http://www.pkoed.com

I would love to go to this event. What great talent will be there!
Anna
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#8
I think I origianlly made this post before I knew about this event, but Im glad you mentioned it, totally forgot obout it. Only about 5 hours from meSmile
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#9
(03-21-2013, 09:30 PM)jennie Wrote: I think I origianlly made this post before I knew about this event, but Im glad you mentioned it, totally forgot obout it. Only about 5 hours from meSmile


Jennie were you able to attend the PKO Education workshop that was held in Kansas City? If you did what kind of education did they provide. Nail art, gels, acrylics, business practices?
Not that they would do the same training the next time, but I wanted to know if you felt like you learned something valuable.
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#10
I am in Oklahoma and offer classes. One on one or groups.There is more info on my website http://www.tuffenuffnails.us
Or you can always give me a call. 918-231-3000
Brenda Anderson - President
http://www.tuffenuffnails.us
Nail Tech / Competitor
Getting back to the Basics with quality core products.
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#11
I am in WI and would be at a nail networking event anywhere in the Midwest in a heartbeat! I would love to connect with other techs in the area who are just as passionate as I am! I just found this site yesterday and I'm glad I did!
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#12
I'll be offering advanced nail classes starting in January. I'm on Tomah WI.

I've already done a few classes this October (basic acrylic application and efile training - I'll be offering them again) but I won't be having any till next year in January.

I'll be offering classes in 3d acrylic designs, hand painting, advanced nail shapes, reverse application technique, gel application and much more! The classes can only be taken by licensed nail techs or cosmetologists.

The classes for 1 or 2 will be in my salon. If you want me to travel to you, you need to have 4 or more techs and a place for me to teach.

I'll have my website up and running in a few weeks but in the meantime, if you want to talk or set up a networking time, you can call me (Sharon) at my salon, The Nail Boutique. 608-374-3744

You can see some of my work on Facebook! You can friend me - Sharon O'Rourke Frenz.
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#13
Hi Jennie,

There are advance classes held through the year by NASP, that allow you to carry the legal designation of Certified Master Pedicurist. There is a class taking place in Alabama this month and one in Chicago next year. You can look up their course dates on their website. Search for North American School of Podology. Hope this helps!
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