Hi get yourself a practice hand, one of the best investments I've ever made. You will always have a hand to practice on, which is the only way to improve your skills and times by practising, practising and practicing some more, GOOD LUCKHi all
I have just finished my acrylic training and need hands to practice on. If anyone is available in the northwest London area and doesn't mind helping me out then please pm me. xx
AHHHH You're so near to me, it takes me five minutes to walk to Belmont Circle!! Only day 4 of 6 of my CND L+P course so not quite ready to unleash my bulky acrylics with wonky smile lines on anyone other than family and friends who have no choice but to cope with whatever hideousness may happen on their nails! But I may well ask on you eventually when I'm more confident! x
My concern is how these models know when time to stop being a model? As need be aware maybe in term and condition or something?
You make it clear from the word go that they are models for you to PRACTISE... You're not guaranteeing them the perfect set, there will be intersections, might be lifting etc. My plan is l, as I get more confident, to start charging just a little bit, to cover a few costs whilst I'm still doing a small number of friends. Then when I'm confident, my prices will be worked out per treatment doing a proper cost analysis taking into account prices of techs locally and will stay there. XMy concern is how these models know when time to stop being a model? As need be aware maybe in term and condition or something?
Examples for me to look at would be great.. Not keen to have people taking advantage of me in the long run because I'll be trying to earn my living later when I'm confidence.
Jinnii I don't think my hands would be much use to you as I have ski jumped nails the size of a ten year olds! My thumb nail is JUST a centimetre! x