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Come #HailTheNail with Me for the Premiere of Nail’d It

By on October 2, 2014
in News, Sponsored
#HailTheNail Twitter Party for #NailedIt on @Oxygen

#HailTheNail Twitter Party

Mark your calendars because the premiere of Nail’d It is less than a week away. The nail art competition pits 18 up-and-coming nail artists against each other for a $100,000 prize. If you love nails, you have to tune in.

The battle begins on October 7th at 9/8c on Oxygen.

To kick off the first episode, I’m co-hosting a Twitter party on October 7th at 8pm EST alongside other nail, beauty and pop culture influencers including Chalkboard Nails, Julie G. Beauty, From Head To Toe and Wet Paint. Bonus… judges Jan Arnold, Tom Bachik and Elaine Watson will be joining in as well.

We’ll be sharing tutorials, answering your questions and offering fantastic giveaways throughout the hour.

Just for participating you could walk away with a prize package that includes:

  • The 5 Borough Package from Fingertip Fetish, by host Adrienne Bailon
  • CND hand care goodies including the Almond Hydrating Lotion and Citrus Nail Soothing Creme.
  • JulieG Nail Polish Set
  • And Oxygen branded nail files, a notebook and pens.

And after the chat, stick around to live tweet the first episode with me. It’s sure to be a fun night for all us nail fanatics and make sure you include #HailTheNail in all your tweets! I hope to see you then.

Disclosure: This post and my participation in #HailTheNail is sponsored by reps for Nail’d It and Oxygen. For more info view my Disclosure Policy
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  1. Norma says:

    OMG I had no clue about this show. EXCITING! Thanks for mentioning it!

  2. Tessa Lunden says:

    Do you know if Oxygen will have the episodes up on their website? I really really want to watch the show, but I don’t have Oxygen. :(

  3. LaraLeaf says:

    I sure hope the show is good!

  4. Krystie Vines says:

    I’m @MrsKrystie on Twitter & want to say thanks for the opportunity. Can’t wait to tweet #HailTheNail with you!

  5. Delphi says:

    I try to leave positive comments but I have to say, in this case, I turned the show off before they even announced the winner of the first episode. One contestant was inexperienced, one was sadly insecure and the third one was just a “mean girl.” I couldn’t relate at all to the nail “art” they created. I felt like the producers should have really studied the nail boards on Pinterest to see what the majority of nail pins are about…both in technique and nail shape/length. There was no portion of the show that demonstrated techniques. There was a lot of assumed knowledge on the part of the audience. I can only imagine a very limited audience would be interested in this show. I’m delighted television has recognized the growth of nail art, but their vision is so skewed, I’m doubtful the show will catch on unless they make some meaningful changes. Thanks for letting us know about the show though!