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Ukrainian-born Iryna Giblett moved to Stockholm, Sweden, in 2006, where she now runs popular nail salon Iryna’s Nails. She’s been a nail tech for eight years and has trained with EZ Flow, Christio, and Kinetics Professional Nail Systems. Her favorite nail product is UV gel, her favorite technique is sculptured gels, and her favorite types of nail designs are hand painted and gel designs. Her ambition is to win a major competition.
Ukrainian-born Iryna Giblett moved to Stockholm, Sweden, in 2006, where she now runs popular nail salon Iryna’s Nails. She’s been a nail tech for eight years and has trained with EZ Flow, Christio, and Kinetics Professional Nail Systems. Her favorite nail product is UV gel, her favorite technique is sculptured gels, and her favorite types of nail designs are hand painted and gel designs. Her ambition is to win a major competition.
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Margarita Belska is an international educator for Kinetics Professional Nail Systems and recently opened her own nail school in London, where she’s now based. Since her childhood, the Latvian-born tech recognized that she wanted to be an artist and when she first held a nail brush in July 2002, she knew a nail career was meant to be. She says, “My work makes me happy because with my job I make women feel unique. Every woman is a mystery. That is why every client is different and the goal of the nail artist is to find the special method to accentuate her individuality.”
Margarita Belska is an international educator for Kinetics Professional Nail Systems and recently opened her own nail school in London, where she’s now based. Since her childhood, the Latvian-born tech recognized that she wanted to be an artist and when she first held a nail brush in July 2002, she knew a nail career was meant to be. She says, “My work makes me happy because with my job I make women feel unique. Every woman is a mystery. That is why every client is different and the goal of the nail artist is to find the special method to accentuate her individuality.”
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Ukrainian-born Iryna Giblett moved to Stockholm, Sweden, in 2006, where she now runs popular nail salon Iryna’s Nails. She’s been a nail tech for eight years and has trained with EZ Flow, Christio, and Kinetics Professional Nail Systems. Her favorite nail product is UV gel, her favorite technique is sculptured gels, and her favorite types of nail designs are hand painted and gel designs. Her ambition is to win a major competition.
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Ukrainian-born Iryna Giblett moved to Stockholm, Sweden, in 2006, where she now runs popular nail salon Iryna’s Nails. She’s been a nail tech for eight years and has trained with EZ Flow, Christio, and Kinetics Professional Nail Systems. Her favorite nail product is UV gel, her favorite technique is sculptured gels, and her favorite types of nail designs are hand painted and gel designs. Her ambition is to win a major competition.
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Margarita Belska is an international educator for Kinetics Professional Nail Systems and recently opened her own nail school in London, where she’s now based. Since her childhood, the Latvian-born tech recognized that she wanted to be an artist and when she first held a nail brush in July 2002, she knew a nail career was meant to be. She says, “My work makes me happy because with my job I make women feel unique. Every woman is a mystery. That is why every client is different and the goal of the nail artist is to find the special method to accentuate her individuality.”
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Margarita Belska is an international educator for Kinetics Professional Nail Systems and recently opened her own nail school in London, where she’s now based. Since her childhood, the Latvian-born tech recognized that she wanted to be an artist and when she first held a nail brush in July 2002, she knew a nail career was meant to be. She says, “My work makes me happy because with my job I make women feel unique. Every woman is a mystery. That is why every client is different and the goal of the nail artist is to find the special method to accentuate her individuality.”
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Our friends at Swedish nail magazine naglar i norden turned us on to two nail sensations in Europe.  Ukrainian-born Iryna Giblett lives in Stockholm, Sweden, where she runs the popular nail salon Iryna’s Nails. She’s been a nail tech for eight years and has trained with EZ Flow, Christio, and Kinetics Professional Nail Systems. Check out even more of Giblett’s nail designs at www.irynasnails.com.   Margarita Belska is an international educator for Kinetics Professional Nail Systems and recently opened her own nail school in London, where she’s now based. Check out even more of Belska’s nail designs at www.margaritabelska.com.

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