LE 314:: Perfecting P+ Gel Polish :: May 17, 2021 :: Portland, Oregon

Spend the day learning with Light Elegance Dean of Students, Darcy Olin!    

Date :: 5/17/2021

Time :: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Cost :: $195.00  -  includes lunch and product kit*
Tickets are non-refundable.

Location :: Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel
                  8235 NE Airport Way
                  Portland, OR  97220


* You will be required to bring a curing lamp, desk lamp and extension cord.  Additional details will be provided to you upon class signup.
Please come to class with a practice hand or 1 hand free of nail enhancements so you can work on your own hand.
Contact Light Elegance for additional class information or with any questions you may have at 800-275-5596.

Class Description :: 

The LE 314: Perfecting P+ Gel Polish course covers all the skills required to create long-lasting, beautiful, soakable manicures as well as maintenance with the FastFile Fill techniques, using the LightElegance P+ Gel Polish line of products with JimmyGel. 

 The class will be a combination of demonstration and hands-on work.  The LEU Educator will review how to prepare a nail plate.  After nail preparation, you will be introduced to the P+ QDbase gel and P+ Gel Polish application process. The LEU Educator will expertly instruct you on the little things that separate a good nail from a truly great one, and you will have the chance to practice them all hands-on.

 You’ll also get to see how quickly you can complete the soak-off with a fresh product application service or have the option for complete product removal using LEpro Remover.  Light Elegance will provide the products you will need to work with, including a product kit that you get to take home with you. 

 This course is an all-day class to include instruction and hands-on participation.

 You will receive a Certificate of Completion and earn Light Elegance University credit for The LE 314:: Perfecting P+ Gel Polish Class.   

(For students pursuing the LEU Bachelor’s Degree, this class counts as one elective 300-level course credit and can be taken in place of the LE 301 course.)