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U.S. 2016-2017 American Crew All-Star Challenge: Entries Now Open

Anne Moratto | October 12, 2016 | 11:13 AM
Last year, Sara Leahy took home the U.S. Country Finalist title, and as a result, experienced an increase in men’s business and traveled to Paris to compete among the world’s top stylists in the global event.

U.S. 2016-2017 American Crew All-Star Challenge: Entries Now Open

 WHAT:                  American Crew is accepting submissions for the 2016-2017 All-Star Challenge, the leading professional men’s grooming competition that recognizes the top stylist in the world. Stylists are challenged to put their technique and talent to use to create artistic, modern styles that embody the vision of the American Crew man.

 WHEN:                  Entries are open from September 29, 2016 through February 15, 2017

 WHERE:                www.americancrew.com/allstarchallenge           

 HOW:                    To enter, cut and style a male model with American Crew products and take two black and white pictures of the model from chest-level and above (one face-on, one profile) in front of a blank background (with no props visible). Upload the photos and enter your contact information via the entry portal (www.americancrew.com/allstarchallenge) along with a brief description of your look and the products used. There is no fee to enter.

PRIZE:                   The U.S. Winner will be awarded a $5,000 monetary prize, a free scholarship to the American Crew education program and a chance to compete in the global American Crew All-Star Challenge (Europe, May 2017). The two remaining U.S. finalists will be recognized with a $2,000 monetary prize and a free scholarship to the American Crew education program.

15 finalists will be chosen to compete in the global 2016-2017 American Crew All-Star Challenge, held in May 2017, location to be determined.

 

 

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