1. Professional certificate holder. If you've ever been to Japan, you'll know that you need to qualify to be a manicurist. To get a job in a nail salon, you need at least a level 2 from Japan's JNEC. This shows that the technical requirements on manicurists are relatively high.
2. Products. In terms of products, Japanese manufacturers are more concerned about whether the products they sell are used by professionals but their interests. To buy Japanese nail polish, you must be JNEC certified.
3. Japanese nail polish glue is canned, not bottled. Because they think that doing nails is not just a matter of painting color, but a work that should be painted with a brush. So the product is divided very thin, there are many brushes for different functions.
4. Japanese nail art is very focused on the customer's feelings, from the guests to the entrance of the bow angle, service process of the smile, to do the nail every little detail of the process, are after repeated practice strict operation.
5. Japanese manicurists aren't just manicurists, they're also wardrobe mixers, who recommend the right look based on your skin tone and interests.
6. In Japan, it can take between a year and a half to three years to attend a specialized nail school. They have no crash course, because in their eyes, no matter how small things are worth digging deep, in the boring work also need repeated practice to master its own truth.
The last thing I want to talk about is the problem of perception, which you should be aware of through the description above. Craftsman spirit! No matter how small a thing is, it is worth paying attention to it.