According to a recent article published in Fashion Magazine, the nail salon industry has "developed into a booming $7.3 billion industry, and now widely offers everything from shellac manicures to nail art in salons across North America. Avalon School of Cosmetology, one of the most popular beauty schools in Phoenix, recognizes this growing demand for the popular beauty services and is helping to produce qualified technicians through their advanced nail training courses.
Professional nail technicians comprise a significant percentage of the occupations offered within the beauty industry. This decade has seen an increase in specialty manicures and pedicures, available at many nail salons, with services like:
* Sculpted nails
* Nail repair
* Nail art
* Nail decals or designs
* Air brushing
* Exfoliation and paraffin treatments
* Nail conditioning
Nail salons have become increasingly sought-after and represent a growth industry with no signs of slowing down.
“Employment of manicurists and pedicurists is expected to grow by 17% from 2010 to 2020. Nail technology is a fast-growing industry and good nail technicians are in high demand,” explained Brandon Pobiak, owner of the cosmetology school in Phoenix.
Avalon School of Cosmetology’s Advanced Nail Training course provides their students with a wide array of skills to meet the demands of the market, as well as exposure to the current trends in the nail salon. As part of their training, Avalon's aspiring nail tech students learn:
* Types of nail shapes
* Sizing and filing of nail tips
* Nail tip application
* Mends, repairs, and fills
* Use of nail drill
* Acrylic overlays
* Sculptured acrylic application
* UV light gel nail application
* Chemistry and nail product knowledge
Avalon (www.avalon.com) places great emphasis on the success of their graduates and provides them with the proper tools to fulfill their goal.
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