E-Books for Nail Artists

by Sigourney Nuñez | May 3, 2016


Get technique-focused demos without the product bias in nail tech Tanya Angelova’s nail art e-books. Releasing seven Kindle-friendly lessons, Angelova’s digital-only books are a step-by-step guide on sculpting almond shaped enhancements, and how to create floral nail art, customized liquid stones, 3-D flower designs durable nail extensions, and even edge and stiletto nails. In these e-books, you’ll find a lot of images, not just theory or plain text.

Angelova’s e-books:

This guide covers how to create nail enhancements using a Chinese painting technique. 

Learn the basics of mastering gel enhancements that last.  

Get an easy-to-follow guide to executing fashion-forward edge nails. 

From flowers to leaves, Angelova shares Europe’s best floral nail art techniques. 

Follow a step-by-step demo to create embossed designs with gel-polish. 

Treat your clients to a mesmerizing manicure once you learn to create liquid stones by hand. 

Colorful images will show you how to create the popular stiletto nail shape. 

For more information about Angelova’s e-books, visit

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