Nailympics Judges 2009

By Inspirationail

*Update – be sure to check out the 2009 Nailympics winners!

Meet The Judges

Alex Fox (Administrator)Alex Fox
Administrator
Great Britain

Lysa ComfortLysa Comfort
Head Judge
USA

Antonio SacripanteAntonio Sacripante
Italy

David DanielDavid Daniel MC
USA

Josiane TrachselJosiane Trachsel
Switzerland

Ketan PatelKetan Patel
Great Britain

Marian NewmanMarian Newman
Great Britain

Mey LiangMey Liang
Netherlands

Najet HamilaNajet Hamila
Sweden

Sam BiddleSam Biddle
Great Britain

Sonette van RensburgSonette van Rensburg
South Africa

Tracey LejaTracey Leja
Great Britain

“Don’t learn a lesson at the competition, get all your questions clarified beforehand to ensure a more satisfying experience.”

Nailympics Judging Basics

  • In keeping with the Nailympics international status, every effort is made to ensure judges are a mix from around the world.
  • In the event of a tie, the head judge’s score (Lysa Comfort) will determine the place.
  • Judges meet prior to the competitions starting so all are clear on what they are judging and their responsibilities.
  • The judging is blind, meaning only the models’ hands will be seen by each judge – with the exception of the Fantasy Nail Art competition.
  • Models will be identified by numbers randomly assigned on the competition floor.
  • Judges do not judge every aspect of the set.
  • Each judge is given 3-4 points out of 10 to judge. This way they can concentrate on a few aspects of the nails, rather than all.

  • Judges will make every effort to be available for any questions /critique afterwards. (Not guaranteed)
  • Judging sheets are made available to competitors after the awards ceremony.
  • Any judging sheets not picked up after the competition will be sent out by the Nailympics administration team after the event.
  • For any ties falling below 10th place will simply be listed in alphabetical order.
  • Please read all of the rules and get clarification on any you are not 100% certain of, this is your responsibility.
  • If you compete and are judged with a deduction due to a rule that you did not interpret the way it was meant, it’s too late to change this at the competition.

Judge’s decisions are final and all entries are judged on the exact same criteria.

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Photos of the judges courtesy of Scratch Magazine

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