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Giselle Caballero Wins NAILS Next Top Nail Artist Season 7

This NTNA season was the toughest call of them all. Without the judges ever seeing the contestants or nails in person, judging was based on video submissions, Facebook Lives, written descriptions, and final photos from Top 3 contenders.

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Hand Sanitizer Round-Up

With salons reopening, many are stocking up on hand sanitizer. Here's a round-up of some of the professional nail brands who carry this product.

ORLY State of Mind and Retrowave Collections

ORLY introduces two new collections for spring and summer.

Beauty Businesses Respond to COVID-19 Crisis with Special Offers of Support for Stylists

This is being updated, constantly, as more and more beauty industry brands are stepping up and looking for ways to help salons and stylists.

ORLY International to Manufacture Hand Sanitizer in Los Angeles Factory

Los Angeles-based nail care line ORLY to convert factory operations to manufacture hand sanitizers to meet urgent health demand.

NTNA S. 7 Challenge 6: Penrose Triangle Nail Art (Stella)

For the sixth NTNA S.7 challenge sponsored by ORLY, contestants were asked to create French-inspired design for an icon of today. This is Stella Sampson's entry.

NTNA S. 7 Challenge 6: Mother Monster Nail Art (Kelsey)

For the sixth NTNA S.7 challenge sponsored by ORLY, contestants were asked to create French-inspired design for an icon of today. This is Kelsey Waldo's entry.

NTNA S. 7 Challenge 6: Billie Eilish Nail Art (Ally)

For the sixth NTNA S.7 challenge sponsored by ORLY, contestants were asked to create French-inspired design for an icon of today. This is Allison Goertzen's entry.

NTNA S. 7 Challenge 6: Mosaic French Nail Art (Giselle)

For the sixth NTNA S.7 challenge sponsored by ORLY, contestants were asked to create French-inspired design for an icon of today. This is Giselle Caballero's entry.

NTNA S. 7 Challenge 6: RBG Nail Art (Becca)

For the sixth NTNA S.7 challenge sponsored by ORLY, contestants were asked to create French-inspired design for an icon of today. This is Becca Compton's entry.