Halloween Nail Art Competition 2013

We decided to run a Halloween Nail Art Competition through our Facebook Page (http://www.facebook.com/nextstepbeauty) in October 2013 and we were absolutely amazed at the amount of entries we received. Thousands of you uploaded designs or sent them into the office and we have had a really hard time deciding on which ones should win (Victoria, Hayley and Alison made the final decisions)!

We have therefore decided to choose 3 winners who will each get a £50 voucher from us to use against future courses.

We couldn’t upload all the entries (our tech team would go made if we used all that space up) so we have uploaded just a sample of all the entries provided.

Here are just some of the entries:

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Although choosing winners from all these fantastic designs was very difficult we have given a brief explanation to our decision for each design and thank everyone for taking part.

WINNER Number 1: Gemma Williamson

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We loved the creativity of this design along with the combination of the 3d acrylics (an advanced technique) and embedding of the lace. Each individual nail has its own unique halloween style and a lot of thought and time has been put into this, well done Gemma.

WINNER Number 2: Leanne Bravo

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This design is simple but very very effective and the application and detail of the design is extremely neat and perfected. We loved the colour choice and the shaping of the nails, a deserved winner so congratulation Leanne, keep up the excellent work.

WINNER Number 3: Inna Matthias

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The fine detail of this design is fantastic and we can see a lot of time and a very steady hand has gone into this. Again the colour choice is fantastic and works very well with the design so well done Inna you thoroughly deserve recognition for this.