NAILS Subsequent High Nail Artist concluded its seventh season by way of Instagram Stay on June 26. Because of the outbreak of COVID-19, NAILS and its sponsors selected to forego the in-person finale occasion often held at Premiere Orlando. Followers tuned in to have fun as NAILS Subsequent High Nail Artist producer, Beth Livesay, and CND co-founder, fashion director, and head NTNA decide Jan Arnold made the announcement reside on social media throughout a digital cocktail hour that allowed followers, sponsors, and contestants to tune in and toast to the finalists. Canada’s Giselle Caballero (who had received the ultimate CND Final Likelihood problem) took high honors. “Even in case you face difficulities, simply preserve pushing as a result of you do not know what’s on the opposite aspect of the mountain,” mentioned Caballero upon accepting information of her fantastic win by way of the LIVE. “Simply keep in mind what obtained you within the recreation within the first place and simply preserve going.”
This NTNA season was the hardest name of all of them. With out the judges ever seeing the contestants or nails in individual, judging was primarily based on video submissions, Fb Lives, written descriptions, and last photographs from High Three contenders Allison Goertzen, Giselle Caballero, and Stella Sampson.
Going into the finale, Sampson had seven wins and Goertzen had two beneath their belts. However when it got here to the finale, it was Canada’s Caballero (who had received the ultimate CND Final Likelihood problem) who outscored the remaining. Caballero will obtain a Swarovski trophy, a money prize of $8,000 and the chance to collaborate with CND.
The finale problem was to create 5 units of press-on nails for the next themes: Image of Energy, Magnificence Modifications Lives, Dream Consumer, Porter Pose (nails for Billy Porter), and a Janicure (nails for Jan Arnold). Caballero’s units featured corset nails impressed by Frida Kahlo, bee nails that dripped with gems, nails for RuPaul, and a mixture of Harajuku and punk nails for Jan Arnold.
Stella Sampson of Greece was named first runner-up, whereas Canada’s Allison Goertzen was named second runner-up. Sampson will obtain a money prize of $5,000 whereas Goertzen will obtain a money prize of $3,000. All three contestants might be receiving an unique new product innovation from CND first, in addition to numerous alternatives to work with the model, and a CND reward basket.
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