Acrylic Nail Extensions

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An acrylic nail extensions treatment are a combination of a liquid monomer and a powder polymer that forms a paste and is bonded to the natural nail along with a nail tip to enhance the length of the nail. This course provides the skills and qualification you need to successfully deliver an acrylic nail extensions treatment. 

Course Content:

  • First Aid
  • Health and Safety
  • Anatomy and Physiology L3
  • Tools and Equipment
  • Contra-indications/Contra-actions
  • Acrylic Nail Extensions Treatment Knowledge
  • Client Consultation
  • Acrylic Nail Extensions Procedure
  • Acrylic Nail Extensions Removal Procedure
  • Acrylic Nail Extensions Infill Procedure
  • Aftercare Advice
  • Video Demonstration
  • Q&A

Upon completion of the course content, you will be required to complete a case study submission before receiving a digital certificate upon completion.

In 1954 acrylic nail extensions were designed by a Fred Slack who broke a fingernail and created an artificial temporary nail replacement. Acrylic nail extensions are made from a monomer liquid mixed with a polymer powder to form a paste. The acrylic paste is applied to the natural nail along with a tip to allow long lasting nails at the clients chosen length.

First Aid

Health and Safety

Anatomy and Physiology L2

Tools and Equipment

Contra-indications/Contra-actions

Acrylic Nail Extensions Treatment Knowledge

Client Consultation

Acrylic Nail Extensions Procedure

Acrylic Nail Extensions Infill Procedure

Aftercare Advice

Acrylic Nail Extensions Video Demonstration

Acrylic Nail Extensions Exam Questions

Acrylic Nail Extensions Next Steps