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The North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) of 2013 saw the best of the continent's talented stylists. The winners were recognized July 14, 2013 during a star-studded ceremony held at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. More than 3,000 beauty professionals attended, along with tens of thousands of viewers from across the world who tuned in to watch the live streaming broadcast on modernsalon.com.
Get to know the talented NAHA finalists!Name: Sherri JesseeSalon: Sherri's Hair SalonFinalist Category: EditorialReason I became a hairstylist: I have always LOVED doing hair and makeup! ALWAYS.Best advice I ever received regarding my career in hair/beauty: There is no limit to what you can do and where you can go with a cosmetology license.
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1. To create this amazing texutre, lightly mist sections of hair with Oribe Soft Lacquer Heat Styling Spray and crimp on a standard crimping iron.
2. Separte and soften crimped hair by combing through with a super large toothed comb.
3. Begining at the front and working toward the back, loosely French braid the hair.
4. Sweep hair over to the side and take a section from the underneath and wrap around to cover the hair and create a side pony-tail and secure with bobby pins.