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paula1973

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Hi all,
I was wondering if anyone can give me some advice on what i should do next educationally? I've done my creative conversion, almost finished my nvq and now i'm starting to wonder what next???
Do i need to do all systems to be able to do my masters? Should i know all systems as my clients are all happy with l&p? I know i'm good at what i do and completely love it!And i know there's always more to learn, but in which direction should i go?
Any suggestions would be apprieciated
Paula x
 

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paula1973 said:
Hi all,
I was wondering if anyone can give me some advice on what i should do next educationally? I've done my creative conversion, almost finished my nvq and now i'm starting to wonder what next???
Do i need to do all systems to be able to do my masters? Should i know all systems as my clients are all happy with l&p? I know i'm good at what i do and completely love it!And i know there's always more to learn, but in which direction should i go?
Any suggestions would be apprieciated
Paula x
Well in order to do your masters you don't have to be able to do Gels or Fibreglass/Fabric................

But in order to be a full service Naill Technician you should be able to do all three systems..........
What if a Fibreglass Client walks in and asks some Fibreglass related questions.......
Or a Gel client.............will you turn them away ???So I would suggest why not do a Fabric# course and then go and get Gel wise !!!!!!!
Give your clients the choice, because if you don't someone else will !!!!!!
JMHO
 

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hiya

Totally agree with ruth, we only used to offer L+P but out of client demand we now offer all three systems. If you dont they will go elsewere. Carnt have that!!!!!!!
Take it one step at a time, L+P dosent suit everyone. Be confident in one system before you try another.
 

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Little Angel said:
hiya

Totally agree with ruth, we only used to offer L+P but out of client demand we now offer all three systems. If you dont they will go elsewere. Carnt have that!!!!!!!
Take it one step at a time, L+P dosent suit everyone. Be confident in one system before you try another.
I agree with the previous 2 posts. I'm a CND Master TEchnician, only use L&P at the mo, and for the same reasons as mentioned before (re. customers going elsewhere :eek: ...god forbid!) I'm doing my Fabric# training on Monday!! :eek: ....!!!

Looking forward to learning a new system and learning MORE! Sounds like you have a passion for nails too, so even if you never used another system, you would be knowledgeable about it. But it's been my experience that L&P doesn't suit EVERYONE (suits almost everyone though), and it's great to be able to offer an alternative...i've got a few clients lined up for Fabric# nails after my training....!!!

Liek ther other 2 replies say......why not you offer the choice rather than someone else....another bonus....if you do you Fabric# training (£150) you get a Fabric# starter kit anyway...and all the PREP is the same so it's not like your using 2 totally differnt systems!

HTH

Jenny-Nails :biggrin:
 
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