Why did you become a Nail Artist?
Because it was one of my everyday hobbies and thought I’d learn more about the ins and the outs of the profession.
What makes you different to everyone else?
I am a friendly, reliable person, who loves to chat while doing nails, so there is never a boring moment in the salon. Also I am very clean, and each client has their own pack consisting of a buffer, cuticle remover and a file which will not be used on others to be fare on all levels.
What do you think is a higher priority – price, quality or hygiene?
I think Quality and Hygiene are the most important, price off course should reflect on how well the above two are.
Who is your biggest influence in the industry?
I recently started, so really don’t have anyone in mind, but must say my tutor Penny Lazic is who I really look up to as she has great ways of making things look and seem easy.
Which is your favourite Nail Art look to do?
I love to do and learn all looks
How would you describe your business/salon?
I would have to say that it’s very colourful of course, to follow its name.
If your business/salon was a city, which city would it be?
It would be Rome, because I love Rome
If your business/salon was an animal, which animal would it be?
It would be a Peacock because of its beautiful colours
Waffles or Pancakes?Both are loved.
Puppies or Kittens?
I would definitely pick puppies any day.
Why would you recommend training with Monaco?
You should definitely train with Monaco, because they are very professional, friendly, clean, helpful people who are there whenever you need them even after you graduate. They will answer all the questions (even silly ones) and they end up becoming friends more than a Tutor/Student relationship. You end up gaining certificates and new people as friends, they are super lovely people who love to help, and give Nail Technicians a “good name” out there