The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) announces the much anticipated finalists for the 2011 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. From avant-garde and editorial styling to recognizing the business savvy nature of salon owners, winning a NAHA award is a true pinnacle career achievement. PBA invites the entire beauty industry to come together for the 2011 NAHA Award’s Ceremony on Sunday, July 31, 2011 at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas. An evening filled with high-energy, creative expression and artistic presentations by some of the industry’s leading figures including current Hairstylist of the Year, Tony Ricci, the 2011 NAHA Award’s Ceremony is the perfect place to salute rising stars and industry icons. NAHA 2011 is part of PBA Beauty Week, which also includes PBA Symposium, Beacon, Best Practice Club, the City of Hope Charity Gala, and is hosted by Cosmoprof North America.
Need some zombie inspiration this Halloween? Presented by Apothecary 87, we have some spooky looks right here for you. See how this brand transformed their models into the walking dead from their makeup to the '20s vintage hairstyles.
Hamilton hopes this YI series (inspired by art, skill and craftsmanship) will inspire other artists to give themselves a gift this holiday season. What's the ultimate gift for a hairdresser? Creative freedom!
The team at Michael's Salon and Spa (@MichaelsSalon) in Dayton, Ohio consistently puts out self-produced photoshoots, keeping themselves inspired and their audience intrigued. Their latest, a nod to FX's American Horror Story, combines terrific hair, makeup, and fashion styling.
To celebrate their 25th anniversary, Team Twins from The Netherlands created the Glam Grunge Gollection. Inspired by the '90s, this collection combines sporty looks with a grungy edge and a touch of glam.
The British Barbers Association embarked on a North American tour during the first week of October 2016, demonstrating men’s grooming techniques and presenting their latest men’s collections and new product range.
Have fashion colors “had their day?” Hardly. In fact, many brands are making it easier to bring vibrant, fun shades to salon guests with a variety of easy-to-apply and predictable shades. It’s a whole new colorful world.
Essential lines, geometric cuts and monochromatic colors are accentuated in Z.One Concept’s New Minimal collection, which draws inspiration from the spatial composition of Kobro, a polish artist and designer who influenced the avant-garde artistic movement in the ’30s.
Each season, Schwarzkopf Professional debuts a new Essential Looks collection, taking inspiration from international fashion runways, social media influencers and celebrities. This season, they introduce three trends for Essential Looks 2.2016: Genderless, Athleisure and Koolblondes.