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Happy Mani Monday!


JCI Body Spa student Claudine St. Aubin spent some time playing around and making kiwi nail art. You can achieve this fruity look in just 4 incredibly easy steps. Before you start, here are a few items that you will need:

● Base coat, top coat* ● Green nail lacquer ● Black and white nail lacquer ● A thin striper, nail art, or paint brush (for detail work) ● Foil, scrap paper, or anything to act as a paint palette.

*Optional, but it’s always best practice to use.

Step 1: Paint your nails with green nail polish. This will be the body of the kiwi. Paint one coat on all fingers. Let it dry for a couple of minutes, then paint a second coat. IMG_0237

Step 2: Paint a little oval shape right in the center of your nail with white nail polish. IMG_0238 Step 3: Using your striper brush and white nail polish, paint on lines around your oval like so: IMG_0239 Step 4: Lastly, use your detail brush and black polish to create the black spots of the kiwi. IMG_0240

And there you have it! Fruity kiwi nails, perfect for a Summery look! _________________________________________________________________

The goal of JCI’s Body Spa Esthetics Program is to provide the most advanced curriculum available while training our students in a realistic spa environment. The required practical experience with actual clients gives our graduates the desired industry advantage. One portion of the program focuses on performing professional treatments including manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, gel nails, fabric nails, crystal nails, fills, backfills, nail art, and hand and foot massage. They also possess excellent communication skills and have a clear understanding of proper spa cleanliness and sanitation.

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