Dear Nail Artist, I am pleased to present to you, the first in Poland, and one of the few ‘One Stroke’ learning exercises book in the world. However, this is not an ordinary book from which you can learn the theory! My goal is to make practical exercises easier for you because only many hours of intensive practise will allow you to achieve perfection.
Let's be honest: One Stroke is not an easy technique. Bah! In my opinion, it is the most difficult nail art technique, especially for beginners.
The name suggests that it is painting with "one brush stroke". By not mastering this movement and not paying attention to perfect shading and also specific shapes of petals - make many stylists give up on this technique. Often, not very efficient training or badly chosen paints and brushes are not conducive for further development...But don’t worry! Even if your first contact with One Stroke wasn’t very satisfying, you can always improve your workshop!
Our tutorial is also a great solution for people who have never tried this method of painting - maybe you enjoy enough to take part in stationary training?
Please remember that any type of publications replaces you with a professional course. In this workbook, I am not able to show you the pressure you put on the brush, how to twist your wrist or the techniques of spreading paint .. however, I am sure, practice with this workbook and you will be able to "paint" really good patterns!
The workbook includes 24 "step by step" beautiful flower designs, coded by how difficult they are. You will need 10 pages to print them off.
The first 9 pages include a condensed description of the theory:
- preparation of the workplace
- choice of a brush and painting products
- colour application
- colour proportions
- basic brush movements.
WHEN PURCHASING DIGITAL CONTENT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO DOWNLOAD THE CONTENT ONTO TWO DEVICES. THE CONTENT IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE USED IN A COMMERCIAL SETTING NOR SHOULD THE CONTENT BE DISTRIBUTED TO A WIDER AUDIENCE. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO WITHDRAW THE CONTRACT IF ANY MALPRACTICE IS IDENTIFIED