ABOUT US

Founded by Marie Nails, Marie Beauty College is now providing education and discipline for future world-class nail specialists.


The MARIE BEAUTY COLLEGE Iwaki school (Marie Beauty College Iwaki) has produced many manicurists since its opening.


"Japan Manicurists Association (JNA) accredited school".

(*JNA accredited schools cannot be accredited unless a JNA headquarters certified instructor is enrolled.)


JNA headquarters certified teachers are enrolled in our school, so you can take the certified curriculum with confidence.


The school offers courses for various needs and purposes.


The curriculum is designed to be easy for even beginners to learn. Classes are also made by appointment system which allows students to learn their weak points. We provide individual guidance and students are encouraged to immediately ask questions that they do not understand. Anyone can take the course with confidence.

The Japan Manicurists Association was founded in 1985 with the aim of developing a healthy nail industry in Japan. In addition, through nail training and qualification, we worked to spread nails and improve the skills of manicurists. In April 2006, based on our 20-year history, we decided to use “NPOs (NPOs). The Japan Manicurists Association has a new start.


A JNA accredited school is an educational facility that cultivates professional nailists with advanced knowledge and skills that meet the essential conditions such as facilities, curriculum, educators, and academic rules set by the Japan Manicurists Association as a facility for educating nails.  The Japan Manicurists Association aims to disseminate nail education that is more trusted by society by certifying those schools that want to become manicurists to receive the correct education.


Preferential qualification test
You can take the JNA Gel Nail Skill Test (beginner to advanced) and the Foot Care Theory Test at your own school (Marie Beauty College)!

* If you take the required curriculum at our school, you can take the JNA-sponsored gel test at our school in addition to the official one.

Even if you do not go outside the prefecture with the model, you can take the test in the environment you are used to, so you do not have to worry about having such thoughts as "I was nervous and could not demonstrate my usual strength".

Apart from the official exams in June and December, you can hold the exams at any time depending on the number of seats, so you can take the exams at your own time!!

For beginners, "practical skills" are exempted from taking the required curriculum at our school, and only "writing exams" are taken.


Seminar attendance discount
Course fees for seminars and other events hosted by JNA are discounted.

Discount for participating in the competition
There will be a discount on entry fees for the competition "All Japan Manicurist Championship" that competes in nail technology.

Exemption of enrollment fee
JNA Individual Regular Members are exempted from enrollment fees. Become a member and receive various benefits.

In addition to JNA certified instructors, our school also offers educators for each brand, so we hold seminars in addition to certification tests. If you are interested in improving your skills or are interested, please do not hesitate to contact your instructor.

JNA
・ Foot care theory test

・ Hygiene manager

Calgel
Softgel was first introduced in Japan in 2002. You can learn products, correct knowledge and treatment methods.

SpaLuce / Spa Luce
This is a weak acidic cosmetics series developed by Naomi Hagiwara, an instructor of the Honorary Headquarters, who has over 30 years of experience as an esthetician and nailist. In addition to deeper information on products and knowledge including counseling points to enhance salon work, you can learn nail care, hand & foot spa practical techniques.


FantasyNail / Fantasy nail
You will learn product knowledge, various techniques of acrylic sculpture, embossed art using color powder, and acrylic paint.

* In addition to the above, various seminars will be held at this school.

Students are given priority notices.