12 chapters · 6 hours 27 minutes
English · Japanese · Korean|Audio Korean

Using poly gel
7 Class Projects

It takes about 1 to 2 hours hour(s) to complete each project.

  • Strengthening thin nails

  • Create an original glitter gradient nail

  • How to make super pretty baby boomer nails with wedding nails

  • Making French nails with a clean line

  • Making elegant marble marble nails

  • How to make fresh flower nails full of spring scent

  • Create embossed 3D art

Skills You’ll Learn

Basic nail care

Learn how to disinfect, care, and pretreat before applying poly gel

Polygel's Control

Learn about the controls for drawing up, raising, and shaping poly gels

Tip extension technique

Learn about extensions that can easily and firmly extend nails

Reverse French

Learn reverse techniques that can maximize the advantages of Polygel


Learn techniques to make white gradients easier

3D embossed art

Learn three-dimensional embossed art

Welcome to the world of Polysel

I wanted to do shop-quality gel nails myself.

Hello, I'm Joara, a 19th year manicurist. I had a habit of biting my nails until I was 20 years old. Then, after getting cared for at a local nail shop that I accidentally stopped by and got rid of my habit of biting, I became a manicurist because I wanted to keep my nails beautiful for the rest of my life. and I wanted to help people with nail complexes like me. After learning nails in Korea, I wanted to learn advanced techniques from foreign countries, so I worked in the broadcasting industry after returning to Korea after doing salon work in Japan and Thailand, then opened my own shop in Myeongdong 10 years ago, and I have been running it until now. While running a shop, I learned about Poligel while challenging domestic and international competitions to keep up with the latest trends.

What is polygel?

In the spring of 2017, when the nail industry was becoming saturated with gel nails, we developed the world's first bottle gel An American company called Gelish is developing a new type of nail materialI did. Conventional acrylics have the disadvantage that they are difficult to control even for professional manicurists, and that they are difficult to control, have a strong smell, and are allergic. Also, the gel nails that came out in the early 2000s had no smell, but were weak in hardness, and on the contrary, they were too flabby, so it was difficult to control them. Polysel is a newly developed product that gathers only the advantages of gel and acrylicThis is it.

I experienced Polygel in the spring of 2017, and I anticipated a generational change in nails. Being able to make nails that are easy to control, fast, and strong. And the generational shift has already begun all over the world.

Polygel is already becoming the mainstream of nails around the world. In addition, poly gel is also sold under several other brands. though It's easy, fast, and sturdy, but how can I use it properly, and how can I keep it for a long time... As an internationally certified educator for the company that first developed Polygel and the winner of the world's first Polygel competition, I'll let you know.

Strong from the ground up

The basics of a routine to maintain nails for a long time are very important. Basic care for long-lasting poly gel while maintaining healthy nailsLet's start together. 19 years in Korea, Japan, Thailand, and the United States Similar yet different know-how that is safe and faithful to the basicsI'll let you know by compressing it.

Strengthen natural nails

My natural nails were thin and prone to tearing. In particular, people who bite their nails or break their nails often probably have similar thoughts. Natural nail overlays that can keep natural nails strongI would like to introduce.

Classic baby boomer nails for wedding nails

White gradient nails that never go out of style. If you want to make a gradation with white color, it's difficult, A natural gradation that is not difficult at all with poly gelI can make it. We will reveal that know-how.

Perfect and neat french nails

French nails are a classic and classic nail art. Did you think French nails that fall off cleanly can only be made with acrylic? If it's Polygel, the reverse technique makes it much easier and faster You can make it.

Fresh flower nails are not difficult anymore

If I put beautiful flowers on my nails, why do they keep breaking without being like my heart? Now A secret technique to keep nails in the shape of a flower that doesn't break and doesn't splitI'll let you know.

3D art at will

Do you want to do embossing art, but are you hesitant because of the acrylic smell? If it's a polygel, there's no smell, no matter how long it hardens, the art you wantYou can create. From the latest trendy donut nails to flowers and fruit nails, I'll show you 3D with a three-dimensional effect of various difficulty levels.

Meet Polizel, a new world!

A poly gel that's definitely different from the gels I've experienced before, We invite you to a new world of gel nails. I'm here to help you learn clearly even though it's unfamiliar!





Hello, I'm Joara, a 19th year manicurist.

I think about 19 years ago, when I first experienced nails. I had a habit of biting my nails since I was a kid, so I always kept my hands hidden, but by chance I went to a nail shop to get hand care, and I was very satisfied. Since then, I learned nail art because I wanted to make my own hands beautiful, and it's been 19 years since then.

Nails, which were easy to think of as something special people would do on a special day, became popular over the course of 19 years, and developed so that many people could enjoy it. In particular, there are many products that can easily overcome complexes even with self-nails, and can decorate art as much as shop management.

The polygel I'm introducing is a new concept nail material that combines the advantages of acrylic and gel. As an international educator of Jellish, who developed the world's first polygel, I want to give you tips on how to use everything from self-nails to shop technics:D





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