has now been in the nail industry for over 23 years. His love for this unique profession has made him one of the most successful nail stylists in Europe. Numerous trainings with internationally renowned instructors such as Trang Nguyen, Tom Holcomb, Tom Bachik, Pepijn Boréll and Alisha Rimando, among others, have perfected his skills in nail art and nail design.
On national and international championships he has won several times the Southwest German and German championship title, Vice European Champion, multiple International awarded champion, King of Nail Art national & international as well as the placements 3 and 1 at the Nailympics in London.
Not only as a nail designer, but also as an instructor and juror Frank Schäberle has created an excellent reputation far beyond the borders. He can look back on many years of jury work at various championships in Germany and abroad and is also active as an expert advisor for various trade magazines and TV productions.
Already in 2008, Frank Schäberle's first reference book "Create your Style by Frank S." was published in German & English. "Create your Style" combines on 120 pages the areas of product and material knowledge, tips for championships, tools and processing as well as price calculation in the studio with nail art techniques in acrylic, gel and brush painting.
From 2012 to 2018, Frank Schäberle worked for the company alessandro international as Artistic Director and in the area of product development.
After three years as a product expert at QVC, Frank moved to the QVC moderator team in 2018.
Together with Jean-Marc Troska, he founded the company Veto Nails in 2019.
has already been internationally successful in the nail industry for over 35 years, making him one of the pioneers in the industry. In addition to marketing the world's first, functioning light-curing system for fingernails in the 1980s, the introduction of color gels in the 1990s and self-adhesive artificial nails in the 2000s, the development of innovative products and concepts has always been one of his main areas of activity.
In 2012, he sold his well-known traditional brand "Trosani" to alessandro International and from then on was responsible for the reorientation as an exclusive brand for hairdressing wholesalers. After the successful relaunch of the Trosani brand, Jean-Marc Troska devotes himself to new challenges and founds the Veto Nails brand together with Frank Schäberle at the beginning of 2019.