Charlie Price, who has been a NAHA finalist nearly 20 times, offers his expert tips on entering the North American Hairstyling Awards.
What you'll learn from this video:
-Tips on choosing a model -How to choose a photographer who knows about lighting for hair vs fashion -Favorite NAHA categories to enter -How entering NAHA can change your life (and get you addicted to photoshoots!) -What you can do with your NAHA shoot if you AREN'T a finalist
This category demonstrates texture skills with designs that complement the individuality of diverse hair textures. Hair texture may be natural or chemically treated, but entries must display wearable, cutting-edge textured hair styles.
Collections in NAHA's Student category display creativity, versatility and expertise in hair styling. Students must be enrolled in school or performing required hours in a salon and NOT be a licensed cosmetologist as of the entry deadline.
The NAHA Salon Team category showcases a team's diversity, versatility, creativity and expertise in hair styling. Salon teams must consist of at least two members and be employed at the same salon to be eligible.
The Master Stylist category is designed to allow the biggest names in the industry to compete with one another. Entrants are top platform artists, educators, artistic directors and previous Hairstylists of the Year who submit five images of a collection exemplifying best work.
The Avant Garde category features visionary work that demonstrates new or experimental concepts in expressive, cutting-edge hair. Entries reflected good taste and aesthetically pleasing images. This was not a fantasy category but a display of fashion forward, unique and edgy styles.