The Worlds Faster Sculptures Competition

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I really don't know.. They're sculptured inside the mould, yes.. But I also agree with others that provisions will most likely be made now to the rules because I don't think anyone even thought someone would use them. I think that they said she was within the guidelines so if so--kudos to her for finding something quick and efficient for a 'fastest set of nails' competition. However, I still agree with the fact that everyone else was using forms and sculpting up the nails traditionally so in order to make it a fair competition everyone should have had to do the same.
 
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I wish you had been filming this Nailzoo...then we may have seen more of the work and nails...I was getting a bit frustrated as most of the film was of other people filming ;)
 
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I really don't know.. They're sculptured inside the mould, yes.. But I also agree with others that provisions will most likely be made now to the rules because I don't think anyone even thought someone would use them. I think that they said she was within the guidelines so if so--kudos to her for finding something quick and efficient for a 'fastest set of nails' competition. However, I still agree with the fact that everyone else was using forms and sculpting up the nails traditionally so in order to make it a fair competition everyone should have had to do the same.

She was within the rules, shame others didn't think outside the box
 

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