Kun Zsuzsanna

French nails prepared with Reverse tip

18 minutes video 2 rating Moblie friendly Beginner English Rewatchable multiple times

Who is this course for?

ūüíÖThis video is for those nail technicians, who would like to place their knowledge on a secure base in the filing-free nail building technique. Zsuzsanna shows all tools and material in detail, from the proper use of the reverse tip, through creating the shape till the wonderful result. If you are graduated, but still a beginner, then it will be a good extension for your learning material, because you can see a useful process, which will make your work easier and faster. 

About this course

ūüé¨In this video Zsuzsanna shows how to sculpture wonderful French nails quickly and simply with the help of Moyra Reverse dual tip and Moyra Fusion acrylgel. It’s interesting, that Zsuzsanna created a square shape with the help of Russian almond shaped tip, this way the nail is beautifully graceful. Try yourself this quick nail building technique without filing. You can make it in any shade and with any decoration, just follow the steps shown by Zsuzsanna!


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User Ratings

Vitomirovińá Mirjana
14 days ago
Odita Seila
about 1 month ago
Great technique... thank you for sharing (‚ĚĀ¬ī‚ó°`‚ĚĀ)


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!