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Premiere Orlando Announces Nail Education Offerings

by NAILS Staff | March 12, 2018

Held June 2-4, Premiere Orlando will feature a diverse range of more than 45 nail classes from a variety of companies, including education from CND featuring Shelena Robinson, Kristina Saindon, Holly Schippers, Lynn Cote, and Jan Arnold; Young Nails featuring Greg Salo and Sabella Snyder; Tammy Taylor Nails featuring Mary Stokus and Gisela Marti; Atwood Industries featuring Nicole Atwood; Entity Beauty featuring Yuliya Normand; Cuccio featuring Marilyn Garcia; and The Nailscape featuring Ashley Gregory.

Additionally, nail technicians looking for more in-depth education will have the opportunity to choose from hands-on workships from Designed by Tony Ly featuring Tony Ly; Artistic Nail Design featuring Mary Ore; Polygel by Gelish featuring MaeLing Parrish; Erica's ATA featuring Elizabeth Morris of The Nail Hub; Orly featuring Amy Oung; and Profiles Backstage featuring Ami McClure. 

The show will also feature a huge exhibit floor covering over 7.3 acres with more than 800 exhibitors, many of which will offer nail education opportunities right at their booths. Nail competitions at the show will give techs the opportunity to compete in nine categories, including 3-D art, stiletto, French Twist, soak-off gel, and more. 

This year, NAILS Next Top Nail Artist's finale event will be combined with the popular Nailtech Networking Event. Held on Saturday, June 2, the combined party will feature the best of both events, including networking games, photo ops, and drinks, as well as the naming of the NTNA Season 5 winner.

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