You guessed it! We’re in the Nails section – WHOOO HOOO.
Manicures, Pedicures, Acrylics, Sculptured, French Tips…oh, we’re doing it all!
Loved doing the mani/pedi stuff too. GO figure. Feet don’t bother me, but some of the students just don’t care for it. We’ve been practicing on each other, of course, so our hands and feet are all well taken care of now. Well, except mine. I don’t mind doing someone else’s feet – but you’re not touching mine! I have to go to the foot doctor this Friday, which has been my biggest excuse for not letting anyone see my tootsies.
My favorite part is polishing and doing nail art – of course, we’re an O-P-I nail salon, so we some pretty great colors.
So far it is pretty basic. Nothing too complicated, except the terminology. There are lots of -chosis, hypo-, and other weird medical terms we are learning.
Mr. Maurice is turning out to be an alright instructor after all, I think we all just needed a good adjustment period.
People are getting upset because Regency is getting “back to the basics” and reinforcing the school’s dress code which seemed to have gotten a little lax lately. Students are frustrated because they aren’t allowed to have their cell phones in class, but if Trena were here – they’d be sent home, not just asked to put them away. I, for one, am glad they are getting stricter. It was really getting frustrating watching people get away with the equivalent of murder in the classrooms. We actually had 2 students fall asleep – ASLEEP in class. They were talked to later after being woken up, but umm.. yeah… I’d like to sleep too, but I’m not paying the money I am to sleep away my education. If I’m that tired, I’ll just stay home thanks.
SOOO to update you on my progress so far – we’ve been schedule 297 hours, of which I’ve attended 295.77. Almost perfect (it bugs the beegeesus out of me). which, that hour or so that i’m missing is from a cumulation of minutes from the first 3 weeks of school when i was still getting used to clocking in and out.
Also, I get “introduced” to the Performance Floor on March 27 – WHOOOO HOOO. As a part-time student, I will be able to take clients from 5:30 to 9:oo p.m. Monday through Thursday and then have our Rehearsal / Theory hours from 8-5 on Saturdays.
I got an explanation of this directly from Corporate last week and it makes a LOT of sense. Daytime students will be on their floor rotations on Saturdays, so the floor WILL be open, however, Saturdays are when we as part – time students will be doing theory. It just means we have to train our clients a little better to come in during the evening hours, after work, instead of having to a) leave work early or b) waste your Saturday waiting in a salon. Totally doable. If they tried to put daytime AND evening students on the floor on Saturdays, there wouldn’t be enough room. There are 26 stations on the floor, so for a full day-time class of 30 students, that put 26 on the floor, two in the dispensary and two at the front desk… thus, part time students will need to be in the class room on those days.
I don’t think this will affect my goals of attaining Master Student Designer or the Star Rewards Program…
Also, we’ve gotten the “Go-Ahead” to start our Student Council. YAY! I am having a conference call with the campus manager and corporate later today to discuss the details and get the ball rolling. YAYAYAYAYAYAAA I can’t tell you all how excited I am to finally get this thing off the ground!
Of course, I’ll keep you posted – but its easier if you subscribe 🙂
Here’s a fun quote i’ll leave you with:
“You can tell a lot from a person’s nails. When a life starts to unravel, they’re among the first to go.”
— Ian McEwan