The Countdown to NAHA Continues

As we get closer to this year’s North American Styling Awards (NAHA), we’re taking a look back at some of the genius creations that have made this prestigious photographic beauty competition what it is today. 
Submissions from winners and finalists in the late 90’s revealed signature styles from the decade as well as timeless masterpieces. Gregory Lewandowski, a 1995 finalist in the Avant Garde category, created a metallic gray-blue stunner that could easily have featured in Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette. And David Witchell’s confectionary delight looks almost good enough to eat—it’s easy to see why he took home a finalist honor in the 1996 Hairstylist of the Year category.
Scroll through for some of the other looks that closed out the decade strong. You can view Part 1 of our countdown here
About: NAHA is part of PBA Beauty Week, North America's largest, most inclusive beauty event, offering unlimited networking, education, and professional growth opportunities to all sectors of the beauty industry. PBA Beauty Week is produced by the Professional Beauty Association (PBA) and hosted by Cosmoprof North America.

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