Upcoming Nail license course at campus in September

The upcoming Nail license course starts on September 22nd.

*Full-Time: 9 am – 4 pm, Mon-Fri,  till November 22, 2021

*Part-time: 9 am – 12 pm, Mon-Fri till January 31, 2021

 

For the Student who Approved for using GI Bill®, the schedule is different. Please see the schedule page.

 

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

 

Microblading Hand-on Class on July

upcoming Microblading Hand-on Class

Part 1: July 11 at 9-1 pm

Part 2: August 89 & 29 at 9 – 1 pm

 

We will learn: Part 1

[ Theory ] 

  • Overview of Semi-Permanent Makeup
  • Description of Possible Contraindications
  • Dermatology – Study of the Human Dermis and Epidermis
  • Hygiene and Disinfection/Infection
  • Color Theory
    – Mixing/Blending Colors
  • Counseling
  • Customer Relations/Customer Service
    – How to communicate professionally with your clients
    – How to build rapport and enhance trust from your clients
  • Professional Tattoo Artist’s License
    – Procedures to obtain a tattoo artist’s license from the Hawaii Department of Health.
    – For fees (plus the cost of the course), you will be guided through the following procedures for a professional tattoo artist’s license: 

      1. Complete the Blood Borne Pathogen (BPP) Certification online course given by any of the 8-course providers approved by the Department of Health (Fee:$20~50)
      2. Take and pass the Certification Examination
      3. Obtain a Tuberculosis/Syphilis Clearance Report from a licensed medical professional
      4. Obtain the Hepatitis B vaccine (optional, but recommended by the Department of Health)
      5. Complete the Application for a New Tattoo Artist License and submit it to the Department of Health (Fee:$75).

[ Practical ] 

  • Eyebrow Design
    -How to accurately measure and draw eyebrow shapes with a mannequin.
    -How to use the blade with a mannequin.
    -While waiting for your Tattoo license, we will give you assignments to make sure you get skills.
  • Questions & Answer

You must wait to obtain your Tattoo license in order to practice the live model by the law of the State of Hawaii Department of Health. (it takes about 3~4 weeks)

We will learn: Part 2

  • You must complete your BPP Certificate online course and have a Tattoo license before joining Part 2. (by State of Hawaii law)
  • Training with a live model (to make you confident and ready to work)
  • The student must provide their live model.
  • Customer service (how to handle difficult client)
  • 2 Assignments at home
  • Questions & Answer

Obtain your Certificate of completion!!

Student Salon Open now!

Our student salon re-open now!

Nail: Appointment Open from 1:15~4:00 pm

Esthetics: Open from 9:15 am ~ 9:00 pm

Please make your appointment by phone at 808-944-1121 or Instagram for Esthetics. 

 

Microblading Hand-on Class on April 25 (part 1). Enroll now!

Semi-permanent: Japanese Style of Art makeup class (Microblading)

Honolulu Nails & Aesthetics Academy (HNA) is excited to begin offering its new training class to provide instruction on the art and science of semi-permanent Art makeup (Microblading). Our class will cover techniques and practices from the beginner stage, teaching basic skills and proficiencies, and progressing to the advanced professional level instructing the student on innovative and sophisticated methodologies and technologies in the art of semi-permanent makeup.

HNA’s program is designed to provide instruction in the art of semi-permanent makeup to obtain a State of Hawaii tattoo artist’s license.

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Part 1: April 25 (Sunday) at 9am – 1pm

   *Requirement: Home assignment online while waiting for the Tattoo license. 

Part 2: May 29 (Sat) & 30 (Sun) at 9am – 1pm

 * Requirement: Home assignment online to complete the course.

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*Submit the application form with a Deposit of $200 (non-refundable)

*Internet access and device

*Copy of picture ID

*Be at least 16 years old of age. If you are under 18, the parent or guardian must enroll the applicant.

*For Part2 or advanced class: You must need a Tattoo artist license for the live model by Hawaii state law (we will inform you how to apply, it will take about three weeks to received). Fee $75

*For Part2 or advanced class: You must take an examination of Blood Borne Pathogen Certification Examination online. Fee $20 ~ 50.

*2 Payments Plan Available.

 

Contact at (808)944-1121 or support@honolulunailacademy.com

https://honolulunailacademy.com

 

Upcoming Esthetics license course at campus on Feb 16 & May 5, 2021

Our upcoming Esthetics State requirement course will be:

*Full-time (9-4pm) : Feb 16, 2021~May 21, 2021

*Night-time (5-9pm): May 5, 2021~ October 26, 2021

We are limited to the capacity on the campus. If you are thinking about joining, please enroll ahead of time.

http://honolulunailacademy.com

10 Days Advanced Nail Course on Jan 11, 2021

We will have an Advanced Nail Course on Jan 11, 2021.

 

 

10 Days Advanced Course (30Hours)

GI Bill / VA approved

The student will then advance their skillset and knowledge for the remaining 30 hours. This advanced training will simulate an actual salon environment which will prepare the student for a seamless transition from school to work. The student will gain the confidence needed and have the knowledge that exceeds entry-level technicians.

  • Basic UV Gel Nails
  • UV Gel Design
  • Advanced Acrylic Design
  • Acrylic 3D
  • Electric File
  • Advanced Nail Art
  • In-Grown Nail Treatment
  • Advanced Sanitation and Disinfection
  • Salon Business
  • (Rules/Regulations, Starting a Business)
  • Advanced Salon Customer Service

Tuition & Fee

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Tuition $1200.00
Student kits & Text $200.00
Tax $65.97
TOTAL : $1495. 97

Schedule

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

Admission into our school is open to all applicants that meet the following requirements:

  1. Be at least 16 years of age. If you are under 18, a parent or guardian must enroll the applicant.
  2. Copy of ID (Passport, State ID, Driver’s license)
  3. A deposit of $200USD (cash, check, money order or credit card; VISA, MC, Discover, JCB)
  4. Completed HNA application form