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    North America Hairstyling Awards Open for Entries!

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    Hair stylists . . . don’t miss your chance to get funky and shine!

    So you think you can style hair?  Now’s the time to put your imagination, talents and skills where your mouth is! The North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) is once again taking entries for the most highly esteemed photo competition of its kind!

    Thousands of hairdressers participate in this rivalry for one of 13 coveted North America Hair Styling Awards given annually and it’s open to any professional who would like to give it a go!  Both hair stylists and photographers are recognized in this competition. This is a great opportunity for growth and recognition in the industry. Any hairdresser who has participated in a hair competition will attest to the many benefits received whether you take home a prize or not . . . and this competition is one of the best!

    Kris Sorbie, 2011 Master Stylist of the Year

    NAHA 2012 has 13 categories which you can enter. Every year they add something new and this year “Newcomer Stylist of the Year” category was added to the competition.  Categories include subjects like, Avant Garde; Hair Color; Salon Team; Make-up Artist of the Year and Student Hairstylist of the Year and more.  For some inspiration just take a look at my article on some of the creations that took home rewards in previous years.

    The NAHA 2012 will be held at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, July 22, 2012 during PBA Beauty Week. Entries are due by February 9, 2012. So don’t delay, and get started now to be part of this great opportunity.

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