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Meet our team of Absolute Educators, looking for a class, feel free to reach out to them. 

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Nail Art
Pink Lemon

Lead Educator

Angela Scott

Newfoundland

Meet Co-Owner & Educator Angela Scott who started her nail career at a very young age.

It has always been her passion to bring amazing nails to clients, that passion grew into wanting to help others do the same for theirs.

Her passion now has grown to teach you how to be a nail professional and the best of the nail world, anyway she can!


She is a fun loving person, a mother of her little boy, as is crazy enough to have 3 dogs.

With 17+ years of experience she has a lot of education under her belt, she has over 35 certifications.

As well appeared in Nail Pro Magazine 7 times and became an educator in 2016. She has trained in Newfoundland, Toronto, Montreal, Nova Scotia, Las Vegas, Missouri and taken hundreds of online classes.

Angela use to be a full time nail artist/professional but now spends her time teaching, and developing amazing new products.


She works as an educator with multiple different brands since 2016, as well as a Swarovski® Authorized Nail Art Educator with "Crystal Beauty Academy" since June 2019 and has become an instructor for PREempt, Clear Jelly Stamper & Absolute Gel System.


She wants you to feel the passion of beautiful nails the same way she does. 

She puts 100% into everything she does and teaching you will be no different, she wants you to be the best you can be! 

She will teach you all the tricks, tips & hacks she has learned over her many years, as well share with you all the amazing products they carry in store.

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Cotton Candy

Lead Educator

Tonya Smith

Newfoundland

Meet Co-Owner & educator Tonya Smith who has been a certified nail tech for 3 years.

Tonya served in the Canadian Military (Navy) for several years travelling around the world until she had her daughter in 2007. 

She then decided to go back to school and graduated as a Civil Engineering Technologist where she worked in the oil and gas field as a Civil Designer until she had her 2 boys. 

After having her children she decided to follow her dreams to become a nail tech and own her own business called Nail Envy. 


Tonya has done classes with several educators in the province from around the world, Toronto and has completed several online classes. She believes that constant education, having an eye for detail and being a perfectionist is key to being a great nail tech. 


Although she has only been in the nail world for 3 years, she feels like she has been doing it forever. 

Her passion and dedication shows in her work and has brought her to the top. 

Tonya is an educator for PreEmpt, Clear Jelly Stamper & Absolute Gel System.  

Tonya looks forward to teaching in upcoming classes to help you become the best nail tech you can be!

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French Manicure

Educators

Mandie Foster

Grand Falls-Winsor, Newfoundland

mandie@absolutegelsystem.com

INTRO TIME !!
heyy! My name is Mandie, and I own and operate @mandiefosternails , I have spent long hours practicing and training to do what I do ! Am I perfect?? Absolutely not , but I'm not giving up!!

 

I want to be able to share my knowledge with others ! I began this journey in 2010 just starting out DIY , moved to Alberta in 2012, and continued to practice on myself and had a friend show me some tips ! I never gave up ! When we moved back home, I did my nails and a couple of friends and family to keep practicing! I then realized that I loved nails and decided it was time to make it official. we packed up once again and moved to GFW, where I attended the esthetics program and completed it in 2016 !

 

I have since trained with @celinaryden@absolute_gel @isabelmaynails, and others ! If there is one thing I know, it is that there is always something new to learn, and I'm not stopping anytime soon!

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