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Enter Sebastian Professional's 2015 What’s Next Awards Before February 1st

Elizabeth Jakaitis | January 13, 2015 | 2:31 PM
Sebastian 2014 What's Next Awards Student Category Winner Katy Bug Browne (left) and Professional Category Winner Heather Rae Cheszek (right).

Sebastian Professional is accepting entries for the 2015 What’s Next Awards through February 1, 2015. This competition is ground zero for student and professional talent who dare to push their creativity to the limits.

Each year, Sebastian releases a hair collection to inspire contestants of the What’s Next Awards. This year, that collection is Totemic. It is far from traditional, but it’s grounded in tradition. The exaggerated shapes of masks and fabric are worked into new ways of weaving and roping. The lines are blurred between headdress and hair, between ceremonial beauty and a battle cry for artistry. Hair becomes decoration, armor and art – a symbol of identity and strength, and inspiration for contestants.

To enter, simply “like” the Sebastian Professional Facebook page and click on the WHAT’S NEXT AWARDS banner. Then, upload a close-up photo (chest and above) of your hairstyle inspired by the TOTEMIC COLLECTION. Eight finalists -four Professional and four Student – will be flown to New York City to compete live at the finale event on April 12th, 2015. The winner will receive an editorial photo shoot with Modern Salon sponsored by Sebastian Professional and $1,000 for each category!

Enter before February 1, 2015: www.facebook.com/SebastianPro

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