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Brighter, sharper, louder! The trend towards excessive nail beauty has spread all over the world. Now, at last, there is a platform where the world's best nail artists can prove themselves - officially.
In 2014 BEAUTY FORUM MUNICH is staging the 6th WorldCup NailArt on 26th October.
This top event is the perfect opportunity for the world's best nail artists to prove their skills and creativity.
Application deadline is 29th of August 2014. Take your chance and particpate on the NailArt Championship 2014.
Theme: Fashion meets Tradition
1st place: Beata González, Hungary
2nd place: Lenka Bercíková, Slovakia
2nd place: Gergelyne Biro, Hungary
3rd place: Ekaterina Goette,Switzerland
1st place: Erika Bakos, Hungary
2nd place: Renáta Bonková, Czech Republic
3rd place: Katarzyna Wolny, Poland
The 6th WorldCup NailArt 2014 consists of 3D-Nails and Flat Nails. Nail artists from up to 25 different countries are expected. There is a franchise partnership in the USA through Nailpro magazine.
Entrants qualify by participating in the various national BEAUTY FORUM NailArt Trophies 2013/2014 (qualification: 1st place), by a placement in other NailArt championships (qualification: 1. – 3. place) and through a special application process.
Incidentally, the models of the World Cup participants add their own very special touch to the spectacular appeal of this competition: their outfits match this year's World Cup motto as well as the new culture of body and/or nail enhancement. They're brighter, sharper, louder!
Anyone wishing to apply by submitting photgraphs shoule send the following items with teir application (only a complete dossier will be accepted):
The future world champion has to create nail art on his or her model's hand on the subject of "Vintage Style". The creativity, level of difficulty, variety of materials and the model's styling are judged. There are no limits to your creativity here - whether you work with 3D motivs or prefer traditional designs with brushwork and accessories such as rhinestones and beads. Anything goes! Except for airbrush and stamping techniques.