1. Hair stylist: Nagi Noda. This concept used basket weave for the hat, providing a framework for the bear and birds.
2. Hair stylist: Nagi Noda. Inspired by animals, the hair stylist used scalp hair and hair wefts, some wire and hairspray to sculpt.
3. Hair stylist: Nagi Noda. The artist made hair sculptures of a variety of animals including the giraffe, walrus, elephant, dog and bear.
4. Hair stylists: Zed Nevada, Michael Barnes and Luke Reynold. This team created this aqua-themed hair style for a fashion show.
5. Hair stylist: Mark Anthony Sumaray. The spider web was carved out by shaving and the spider legs were braided. The entire style was held firm by hair spray.
6. Hair stylist: Nagi Noda. In this style, Nagi used basket weaving for the roof of the house. A truck, a car and a few trees are also visible in a rather “messy” but captivating array.
7. Hair stylist: Chris Vandehey. A hair-defining gel was used to wrap and sculpt the hair into an elaborate basket weave. The look was sealed with hair spray.
8. Hair stylist: Julian Macias. In this hairstyle, Julian used weft hair extensions and a generous amount of hair spray. The leaves were shaped with a flat iron to give a straight, shiny look.
9. Hair Artists: Ann Bray, Eric Fisher, Lala Todorovic and Chris Vandehey. This creation is inspired by Ikebana, a Japanese flower arrangement and involved sculpting some small, intricate pieces.
10. Hair stylist: Ben de Cordova. This hairstyle depicts a ship sailing on waves and was created for the 2013 Battle of the Strands event in Orlando.