Kun Zsuzsanna

French and Baby boomer nails with winter design

46 minutes video 3 rating Moblie friendly Beginner English Rewatchable multiple times

Who is this course for?

This course is for those nail artists who would like to deepen their knowledge in the field of nail sculpting with builder gel.  Zsuzsanna is showing you step by step all the materials and tools starting from the proper placement of the nail form till the wonderful result. If you would like to get information about Moyra Souffle builder gels, about the different shades, the density, how it spreads, then this course is for you!

❄️⛄In this video Zsuzsanna sculptures white French and Baby boomer nails with Souffle gels. You can learn how to place the nail form to create Marilyn shape, application of the material and shaping. For the winter season she makes a winter decoration with stickers, and she also teaches how to effect the background with iridescent glitters. For the Spring season you can select more colourful, floral motives from Moyra sticker sheets.


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User Ratings

Pretty Noona
about 1 month ago
cute manicure ❤️
Friedrich Inka
3 months ago
Thank you for this tutorial (⑅˘͈ ᵕ ˘͈ )
Odita Seila
5 months ago
Beautiful. Thank you for sharing (❁´◡`❁)


International nail art educator

In 2006, I earned my certificate of hand and foot care profession at the SPA Academy. In 2009, I also completed the vocational instructor course. Thanks to my perseverance and diligence, I have graduated with exemplary results, and I have been teaching and training the new generation ever since. In 2015, I earned a Master’s degree at BKIK, which is currently the highest degree what is available.

My goal is to be able to transfer my knowledge as accurately and to as high standard as possible. Many of my competition results also contribute to this, as well as many courses I am attending continuously. In my opinion, this is a never-ending profession, you can and should learn always!