Using skill and creative techniques, the NAHA Texture category honors artists who push the boundaries of styling natural and non-natural textures, through a high-level of expertise, skill, and versatility when working diverse hair types.
The Professional Beauty Association, producer of the North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA), has announced the 2020 winners in 16 competition categories. NAHA honors the talent and creativity of the beauty industry’s most inspiring artists.
The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) has announced the finalists for 31st annual North American Hairstyling Awards' #NAHAMoment Award: a new award that celebrates the best work of licensed beauty professionals over the past year, which were submitted via Instagram.
The Hairstylist of the Year category is the most prestigious recognition a finalist can attain. Check out these diverse, creative and versatile hair designs capturing the excellence and artistry of the industry.
The Texture category demonstrates texture skills with designs that complement the individuality of diverse hair textures. Hair texture may be natural or chemically treated, but entries must display wearable, cutting-edge textured hair styles.
Collections in the Student Hairstylist of the Year category display creativity, versatility and expertise in hair styling. Students must be enrolled in school or performing required hours in a salon and NOT be a licensed cosmetologist as of the entry deadline.