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NAILS 2019 Readers' Choice Results

You’ve cast your ballots and we’ve tallied the results. Now — drumroll please — we’re proud to announce the winners of our 2019 NAILS Readers’ Choice Awards.

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Week 8: Nail Camp

Student blogger Gregory Fletcher shares his Nail Camp experiences.

Behind the Scenes: Form Stencil Nail Art

Lulu Desfassiaux has been doing nails for 26 years, so it’s no surprise she found a clever technique to cut her cover shoot design time down by using a nail form as a stencil.

Ashton Harlan Wins NAILS Next Top Nail Artist Season 6!

NAILS Next Top Nail Artist concluded with a revamped sixth season finale kicking off Premiere Orlando on June 1. The winner was announced at the NAILS NTNA Social in front of a crowd of press, sponsors, and fans.

NAILS Next Top Nail Artist Season 6 Recap

Re-live Season 6 of NTNA. 

Ashton Harlan Wins Season 6 of NAILS Next Top Nail Artist

After a grueling battle, Ashton Harlan was crowned winner of NAILS Next Top Nail Artist Season 6 on Saturday, June 1 at Premiere Orlando.

Who Will Win NAILS Next Top Nail Artist Season 6?

After six months of competing, Ashton Harlan, Carly Snyr, and Nixxi Rose will battle it out in one final challenge. The winner will be crowned NAILS Next Top Nail Artist at Premiere Orlando, during the NTNA Social. 

NAILS & CND Announce Top 3 Finalists in Next Top Nail Artist Season 6

The Top 3 competitors in NAILS Next Top Nail Artist Season 6 will go to Orlando, where the final champion will be chosen. 

NTNA S. 6 Challenge 5: Victoria Falls Nail Art (Ashley)

For NTNA Challenge 5, sponsored by EzFlow, contestants were asked to create one of the Seven Wonders of the World or Seven Natural Wonders of the World using EzFlow acrylics on a single hand. Here is Ashley Hoffman’s entry. See all eight entries here.

NTNA S. 6 Challenge 5: Chichen Itza Nail Art (Ashton)

For NTNA Challenge 5, sponsored by EzFlow, contestants were asked to create one of the Seven Wonders of the World or Seven Natural Wonders of the World using EzFlow acrylics on a single hand. Here is Ashton Harlan’s entry. See all eight entries here.