Kun Zsuzsanna
Tapered square nails with contrasting decoration
25 minutes video 6 rating Moblie friendly Intermediate English Rewatchable multiple times
About This Course

Learn from Zsuzsanna how to sculpt tapered square nails! In this video you can find all information based on what you will be able to sculpt perfect nails from gel. Zsuzsanna is showing you the proper usage of nail form, and the perfect spread of Moyra builder gels.

She sculpts wonderful long nails with trendy, geometric decoration. She explains the use of the tools and the process of the decoration. It will be easy with the help of a Moyra stamping plate, it will surely inspire you for further decorations.

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User Ratings
Pretty Noona
Pretty Noona
7 months ago
Very nice manicure, thank you Zsuzsanna for sharing. Love it 💕👍
Tatum Kerry
Tatum Kerry
9 months ago
Nice. Thank you.
Di Vittorio Stefania
Di Vittorio Stefania
9 months ago
Interesting design, thank you Zsuzsanna!
Newman Hope
Newman Hope
10 months ago
Love your tutorials using a real client. So informative to learn the best way to position the client's hand. This design is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.
ANGIBAUD NATHALIE
ANGIBAUD NATHALIE
10 months ago
Merci pour ce tutoriel très intéressant
Friedrich Inka
Friedrich Inka
10 months ago
A wonderful modellage! ❥ And the geometric design is also very distinctive. Really well done, Zsuzsanna ٩(๑❛▽❛๑)۶
Teacher
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!