Enter the American Crew All Star Challenge!

American Crew, a leader in U.S. professional men's grooming, is looking for the best men's hairstylist on the planet. Now accepting submissions for the 2014-2015 All-Star Challenge, an annual global competition, American Crew is celebrating men's hairstylists from around the world and challenging them to create modern, masculine styles representative of the true American Crew man.

Stylists are encouraged to show off their technique and passion for men's grooming during the entry period, from September 1 through December 7. This not only includes the hairstyle itself, but also how stylists choose to present their unique vision through top-notch photography and art direction.

The U.S. winner of the challenge will be awarded a $5,000 monetary prize and a chance to compete in the global American Crew All-Star Challenge in Europe in 2015. The winner will also be recognized in a professional magazine advertisement in 2015 and mentioned in the 2016 American Crew Style Selector.

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The two finalists from the U.S. will be awarded a $2,000 monetary prize. A total of 15 finalists will be chosen to compete in the global challenge held in Europe next year.

Hairstylists have the chance to be named the "best of the best" in men's grooming in their country and worldwide. For more information about the competition or to enter, visit:

www.americancrew.com/allstarchallenge/.

--Beatrice Vantapool

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