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Online Classes in Nail Art

Nail art refers to the creation of specialized designs or artwork on nails. Online nail art classes are available for continuing education of working professionals. Individuals interested in beginning this career must take courses on campus.

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Essential Information

Online nail art courses can usually be taken without any prerequisites; however, all personal care workers, including nail technicians, must be licensed, and licensing qualifications and requirements vary from state to state. All states require an educational component that includes both theoretical and practical applications. Students interested in having such jobs as manicurist or nail technician need to graduate from accredited, on-campus programs in cosmetology in order to meet licensing requirements.

List of Online Courses

Below are some online nail art courses offered as continuing education.

Fiberglass Enhancements Course

Fiberglass or silk-wrapped nails are used to extend nail length and preserve strength. In this course, students learn to apply resin layers and fiber strips to set nail shape, then use activating chemicals for setting. Finally, students learn how to correctly buff and polish nails to bring out shine.

UV Gel Enhancements Course

Gel nails are a newer method of extending and enhancing nails. Students learn how to apply the bonding, building and finishing layers of gel correctly. A UV light curing box is utilized by students to set the gel on nails.

Acrylic Enhancements Course

Acrylic tips and overlays are used to extend the length and enhance the shape of nails. In this course, students learn how to select and fit extensions, mix solutions and utilize shaping techniques.

Airbrush Course

In this advanced course, students learn how to use an airbrush to create designs, stencils and layer colors on nails. A variety of airbrush application techniques and design styles are covered, such as color blending and stencil usage. This type of course may enable students to innovate and design based upon their own creativity.

Nail Art Course

Specific nail art techniques are usually taught in this type of advanced course. Students practice creation of different designs and core nail art techniques. Designs include striping, marbling, dotting and foiling. Application of fixtures such as rhinestones and charms are also covered. This course is designed to teach students methodology to elevate their own artistic designs and creations.

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