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NAHA 2010 "Student Hairstylist" Finalists

July 10, 2011 | 10:02 PM
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Rebecca Cowles, Aveda Fredric’s Institute Photography: Babak
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Rebecca Cowles, Aveda Fredric’s Institute Photography: Babak
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Rebecca Cowles, Aveda Fredric’s Institute Photography: Babak
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Ashley Hall, Paul Mitchell The School Santa Barbara Photography: Shawn Armenta
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Ashley Hall, Paul Mitchell The School Santa Barbara Photography: Shawn Armenta
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Ashley Hall, Paul Mitchell The School Santa Barbara Photography: Shawn Armenta
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Stacie Niemann, Eric Fisher Academy Photography: Eric Fisher
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Stacie Niemann, Eric Fisher Academy Photography: Eric Fisher
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Stacie Niemann, Eric Fisher Academy Photography: Eric Fisher
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Patrick Mathes, Aveda Fredric’s Institute Photography: Babak
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Patrick Mathes, Aveda Fredric’s Institute Photography: Babak
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Patrick Mathes, Aveda Fredric’s Institute Photography: Babak
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Josh Parkin, Taylor Andrews Photography: Babak
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Josh Parkin, Taylor Andrews Photography: Babak
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Josh Parkin, Taylor Andrews Photography: Babak
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View the finalists from other NAHA categories:
Texture | Salon Team | Avant Garde | Contemporary Classic | Fashion Forward | Editorial Stylist | Haircolor | Hairstylist of the Year | Master Hairstylist | Student Hairstylist

The North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) is the most prestigious hairstyling photo competition in North America. Modern Salon magazine is the co-founder of NAHA. To register or to buy tickets for the event on July 18 2010, please visit probeauty.org/naha. All NAHA images are the property of the North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) and the Professional Beauty Association (PBA).

Check out modernsalon.com/naha for a growing archive of NAHA-related stories, video interviews, tips and photo collections.


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