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Twitter Chat: Talk to NAHA Finalists on Monday, June 17

Anne Moratto | June 14, 2013 | 8:33 AM

On Monday, June 17, at 2pm EST.11 a.m. PST, we're chatting on Twitter with some of the finalists in the North American Hairstyling Award (NAHA).  To meet these talented stylists and salon owners and see their stunning, inspiring work, visit modernsalon.com/naha then join us to discuss the process of entering and ask your questions. What if you have a limited budget? When should you start preparing? Where do you turn to for inspiration?

 Along with the Professional Beauty Association (@probeautyassoc) we encourage you to join in on the conversation.  Follow us @ModernSalon

  • Date: Monday, June 17th
  • Time: 2:00 p.m. EST / 11 a.m. PST
  • Duration: 30 minutes
  • Hashtag to use with all posts: #NAHA

MODERN is a proud co-founder of NAHA. The ceremony is July 14 at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas. MODERN will be presenting a live broadcast of NAHA, sponsored by Wella, the Salon Professional Division of P&G. To watch, visit modernsalon.com/naha.

Twitter Chat: Talk to NAHA Finalists on Monday,  June 17

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