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Announcing the 2020 NAHA Finalists

The Professional Beauty Association has announced the 2020 North American Hairstyling Awards finalists in 15 competition categories. Celebrate the talent and artistry by browsing the full collections now.

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Henkel to Acquire DevaCurl

The move strengthens Henkel's professional hair care portfolio with category-leader in fast-growing curly hair segment and adds complementary product range with strong innovation capabilities.

Controlled Chaos On Shark Tank: The Inside Scoop

Controlled Chaos founder Alanna York gives us the behind the scenes scoop of her Shark Tank experience, and then takes us on a tour of her Head Games Salon in Portland, Maine.

Industry Veteran Scott Hagstrom Named COO of Macadamia Beauty

Hagstrom was most recently vice president of sales for the professional division of Helen of Troy.

Curl Hair-itage: An Exclusive with DevaCurl CEO Robert Schaeffler

With a proven track record for delivering growth, Schaeffler has hit the ground running. We asked him to point out some of his priorities for the year and going forward for DevaCurl.

2019 NAHA Finalists: Texture

The NAHA 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.

Robert Schaeffler Joins DevaCurl as CEO

Schaeffler will focus on accelerating DevaCurl’s growth and continuing to build awareness among consumers and stylists.

Fierce Femininity Meets Delicacy in Kevin Hughes' Freedom Collection

Hughes wanted to create styles that had a fearless touch to them to celebrate a woman’s independence to wearher natural texture or be bold and wear all her hair away from her face.

JD Beauty Acquires Ouidad

JD Beauty Group announces the acquisition of Ouidad, the curl expert haircare and styling brand.

Fatboy Releases a Spray Version of its Perfect Putty

Fatboy’s beloved Perfect Putty is now available in spray form, which means you can give clients fullness and texture without needing to get your fingers covered in product.