Cruise Day-Three Wrap-Up: Another Perspective

Tanya works on her nails for the on-board competition.
<p>Tanya works on her nails for the on-board competition.</p>

For day three of the cruise, I thought you might like to get the perspective of an attendee other than me! Tanya Puttick of Airdrie, Alberta, Canada has been kind enough to give a brief overview of the classes. You can find her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/eyesonyounailartistry or Instagram @eyesonyounailartistry.

I found the classes to be well organized. I loved how the classes were packed with a wealth of information in such a short amount of time. The educators are truly inspiring.

Maisie Dunbar had a fantastic story to tell which left me feeling inspired to get out there and follow my dreams with a whole new perspective! Holly was fantastic at color theory with a hands-on technique that really made the knowledge make perfect sense. Phoenix VanDyke had some pretty cool tricks up her sleeve including showing me how to create the butterfly stiletto.

Attendees watch a demo by Phoenix VanDyke.
<p>Attendees watch a demo by Phoenix VanDyke.</p>

Liz Morris' business success talk was amazing. She had a lot of good key points that I enjoyed and will put into practice. I am looking forward to the business information email she is going to send out.

Amy Becker — always love to see Amy — she is fun and always has something new to tinker with! Pam Black, thank you for showing us how to use IBX Boost.

An attendee inspects her purchases after learning some new design ideas.
<p>An attendee inspects her purchases after learning some new design ideas.</p>

My clients will love this added service. Ami and Traci from ProFiles, what a duo! Great personalities and cool techniques with stamping. I never knew that you could own two separate stamping polishes where one sticks and the other repels. This just made my stamping world a whole lot more fun!

— Tanya

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