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Phagans School of Hair Design - Portland
(503) 239-0838
1542 NE Weider Ave
Portland, OR
# of Undergrads
143
School Information
Private
Setting
Large city

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Phagans Tigard Beauty School
(503) 639-6108
8820 SW Center
Tigard, OR
# of Undergrads
35
School Information
Private
Setting
Suburban

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Northwest College of Hair Design - Hillsboro
(503) 844-7320
210 SE 4th Street
Hillsboro, OR
# of Undergrads
71
School Information
Private
Setting
Small city

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Get Connected Tutoring Service, LLC
(503) 953-2590
2243 SE Ladd Ave
Portland, OR
 
Start Making A Reader Today (SMART)
(503) 937-4800
219 NW 12th AvenuE
Portland, OR
 
Beau Monde College of Hair Design
(503) 226-7355
1221 SW 12th Avenue
Portland, OR
# of Undergrads
160
School Information
Private
Setting
Large city

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Phagans School of Hair Design
(503) 652-2668
11860 SE 82nd Ave.
Happy Valley, OR
# of Undergrads
86
School Information
Private
Setting
Suburban

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Mad Science of Portland & Vancouver
(503) 230-8040
1015 E. Burnside St.
Portland, OR
 
Oregon Tax Research
(503) 525-9295
110 SW Yamhill #100
Portland, OR
 
Oregon University System
(503) 725-5703
P.O. Box 751
Portland, OR
 
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How To Perform The Exotic Manicure

Exotic Manicures and Pedicures

Tools Needed:
Massage Oils (Essential and Base)
Nail Clipper
Nail File
Cuticle Pusher
Cuticle Nippers or Cutter
Soak Bowl
Towel
Base Coat
Polish
Top Coat

Hold the hand and begin to massage the top surface. Use your thumbs in a slow, firm stroking motion, starting at the fingers and moving up to the wrist. Once you have reached the ankle/wrist follow the same line back to the fingers. Make sure you apply lighter pressure towards the fingers than the wrist. Repeat this 5 times. For the palm, use your thumb to rub your palm in a circular motion. Keep moving your massaging thumb around in a circle adding a little pressure continue on other hand. For Pedicure apply the same massage technique on feet.

1. Make sure nails are free of all polish.
2. Cut and shape nails as desired with nail clippers and file.
After step 2 of the basic manicure, apply a essential massage oils to hands, arms feet and lower legs. Massage oil is a combination of essential oils added to a base oil. You can use massage oils to promote circulation, stimulate the release of toxins from the body, or uplift the senses. To every 10 (ml) of base oil, add 5 drops of essential oil (a 10:1 ratio).

3. Soak fingertips in mild soapy warm water for 7-10 min.
4. Use your cuticle pusher to gently remove cuticle from the nail bed going away from the tips of nails toward your wrist.
5. Rinse and dry your hands.
6. Cut any loose skin or cuticle with cuticle nippers ...

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The American Manicure

American manicures at a nail salon or at home

What makes a manicure American? With subtle tones and pale colors the American Manicure give nails a natural, soft look. Deviating from the French Manicure the American Manicure has the white tip of the nail painted first with the neutral tone painted over the entire nail. This manicure can be done at home or in a salon and spa. The American Manicure is also easy to fix if the manicure were to chip or need to be recoated.

Purchasing a professional American Manicure will most often include a hand massage, cuticle care, and other nail care services to maintain the quality of the nails and hands.

American Manicures can be done at home by purchasing an American Manicure kit located at your local drug store or beauty salon outlet. An opaque white or light color of nail polish and a neutral pink tone can be purchased in place of an American Manicure kit. For optimal results cuticle cutters, a good emery board, and deep moisturizing lotion will give the at-home manicure a look of professional caliber.

After the nails have soaked in warm water and the nail is free from any polish it can be filed and shaped into the desired look. Once the nail is ready for painting a base coat will prep the nail to sustain the top coat of color for a longer period. Once the base coat is completed a stencil or similar device can be used as a frame to help outline the opaque white or light color of nail polish for defining the tip. After the nai...

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