The Professional Beauty Association Announces Finalists for the 2015 North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA)

The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) has announced the highly anticipated finalists for the 2015 North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA). As the most prestigious photographic beauty competition in North America, NAHA celebrates the artistry and skill of the professional salon industry. The industry’s greatest talent in hair, nails and makeup continue to push the boundaries of trend-setting style year after year. Drawing from leading editorial, celebrity and platform artists whose work graces top fashion and beauty magazines, runway shows and red carpets, NAHA is the culmination of style, beauty trends and sheer artistry.

NAHA trophies are awarded in 14 distinct categories including Avant Garde, Contemporary Classic, Editorial Stylist of the Year, Haircolor, Make-Up Artist of the Year, Master Hairstylist of the Year, Men’s Hairstylist of the Year, Nail Professional of the Year, Newcomer Stylist of the Year, Salon Design, Salon Team, Student Hairstylist of the Year, Texture, and the highest and most coveted award, Hairstylist of the Year. Additionally, a 15th NAHA award will be given to the People’s Choice Award winner. Finalists for the People’s Choice category will be chosen from the top five finalists who accrue the most “likes” on their collection through PBA’s Facebook page.

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The 2015 NAHA Red Carpet Reception and Awards Ceremony will be broadcast live, via streaming video, courtesy of PBA. Those interested in watching the live broadcast will need to register at probeauty.org/naha/live.

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