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Aug 302017 Gossip
 
avva awards

 

El objetivo de los AVVA AWARDS es brindar un foro de exposición al talento que habita suelo mexicano e impulsar el desarrollo creativo aplicado a la industria de la belleza. Queremos ser promotores del arte, la creatividad y la vanguardia dando oportunidad a creativos a que demuestren su potencial en un evento como Expo Belleza Fest.

 En la convocatoria podrán participar equipos integrados por: Estilista, Maquillista, Diseñador, Modelo y Fotógrafo de origen Mexicano o extranjero.

Quienes deseen participar deberán convocar un equipo integrado por Estilista, Maquillista, Diseñador, Modelo y Fotógrafo y nombrar al líder creativo a cargo del proyecto; deberán leer y descargar el Formato de Inscripción. El equipo deberá enviar un set fotográfico de 5 imágenes inspiradas en el concepto “Imágenes sublimes de la diversidad Mexicana“. Las imágenes deberán tener alta calidad (en formato digital mínimo 600 dpi tamaño 61 cm x 91.4 cm) y contar con el trabajo de un equipo compuesto por Estilista, Maquillista, Modelo, Fotógrafo y diseñadores de vestuario o accesorios. Las imágenes deberán buscar un look editorial pero mostrando un espíritu vanguardista próximo al arte. Las imágenes contarán con la libre interpretación de cada artista para dar vida a una obra única, donde peinado, maquillaje, vestuario y concepto logren una imagen total en fotografía. Las imágenes podrán estar retocadas y trabajadas a nivel profesional y deberán ser acompañadas de una ficha explicativa donde se hable de la inspiración, el maquillaje y los detalles del peinado. Las fotografías no pueden estar marcadas con el logotipo, nombre o identificación del concursante. Los modelos tienen que ser personas reales, modelos profesionales con perfil para imagen y look editorial, para portada de magazine internacional. No maniquíes ni modelos virtuales.
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    Aug 282017 Gossip
     

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    The line-up for this year’s Men Stage at Salon International is an outstanding reflection of the wonderfully diverse world of men’s hairdressing. Visitors can expect to be inspired, entertained and educated by three days of barbering brilliance and sensational styling.

    SATURDAY 14 OCTOBER

    11.00 Charlie Cullen, Toni & Guy

    11.30 Sid Sottung

    12.00 MK

    12.30 Menspire

    1.00 Alan d Education

    1.30 Kevin Vorley for Andis

    2.00 Darryn Pitman

    2.30 Lynndy Rolfe

    3.00 Everyman Barbers

    3.30 Bloggs Salons

    SUNDAY 15 OCTOBER

    11.00 Michael Francos, D&J Ambrose

    11.30 Pall Mall Barbers

    12.00 Chris Foster

    12.30 Ruffians

    1.00 Men’s Afro Stylist of the Year Winner Presentation

    1.15 Kevin Luchmun

    1.45 Jonathan Andrew, Jamie Stevens Salon

    2.15 Ky Wilson, The Social

    2.45 Christian Wiles Male Grooming

    3.15 Eric Begg, Greg Forrestand Tom Baxter for Osmo

    3.45 HJ’s Barber of the Year Winners presentation

    MONDAY 16 OCTOBER

    10.30 Harvey Luke Salons

    11.00 MHFed

    11.30 Daren ‘Baldy’ Kenny for Andis

    12.00 RUSH

    12.30 Man Made

    1.00 Menspire

    1.30 Kevin Luchmun

    2.00 Jacks of London

    2.30 Eric Begg, Greg Forrestand Tom Baxter for Osmo

    3.00 Kieron Price, for Andis

    3.30 Sheriff Mehmet for Denman

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      Jul 132017 Gossip
       

      BHBA 2016 Winners

      The best business brains in hairdressing have been named, as finalists for the annual industry awards are revealed.

      For the last 19 years, Hairdressers Journal International has celebrated the business brains behind the country’s most trailblazing salons at the British Hairdressing Business Awards. The awards seek to find and celebrate the very best salon businesses in the country – an industry which contributes an estimated £7bn to the British economy and one which employs more than 300,000 people. With 17 categories celebrating all aspects of the business side of hairdressing, the awards are a proven platform for raising a salon’s profile. Even finalising in one of the prestigious categories marks a business out as one of the finest providers in the country; a win catapults them to the very top, providing unrivalled recognition that they are at the pinnacle of their profession and raising their profile to give an edge over competitors. Says HJ’s Executive Director, Jayne Lewis-Orr: “Promoting professionalism, innovation and excellence, the British Hairdressing Business Awards recognise those individuals and teams who work tirelessly to raise the profile and stature of this industry, and make it one of which we can all be proud.

      “Each year we’re amazed by the quality and diversity of applications. We’re proud to support an industry which continues to go from strength to strength and give credit to those achievers who are really making a difference to the business of hairdressing. As a visual industry, we’re quick to recognise those that create beautiful work, but we believe that it’s equally important to recognise those often-unsung heroes who work tirelessly behind the scenes and on the salon floor to make a tangible difference to the lives of their clients and team members.” For winners, it’s not just about a trophy and a stamp of approval – the awards make a real tangible difference to business. Last year, Andrew Price of the eponymous Welsh salon chain scooped the ultimate accolade of Business Director of the Year. He says: “[This win] represented validation from my peers and professionals within the industry for whom I have immense respect and whose success I aspire to emulate. From the perspective of the Andrew Price Group, the award brings with it a gravitas to support our claims of excellence. I have never been more inspired to raise the bar for my business and I actively encourage the same of all my employees.”

      A win can also inspire the team, as Chloe Ascott from Hare & Bone, who won Salon Stylist of the Year in 2016 can attest. “Being recognised for my contribution to the industry was amazing, it’s also pushed me to the next level with my career at Hare & Bone. I have since been promoted to art director for the company, enjoying time with my clients, educating our apprentices and spending time with the team.” The categories at the awards cover all aspects of the business of hairdressing, from managers and directors to juniors and stylists. It also covers the efforts of salons in marketing, retail, customer care and even salon design – in short, it identifies and recognises every aspect of running a thriving salon.

      This year’s finalists are:

      Salon of the Year 1, sponsored by Salon Services

      Aesthetics, Solihull
      Hare & Bone, London
      Paul Edmonds, London
      Richard Wallace Hairdressing, Solihull
      Sarai Hair & Beauty, Crowthorne
      Simon Webster Hair, Brighton

      Salon of the Year 2, sponsored by L’Oréal Professionnel

      Austen Thomson Hair, Edinburgh
      Bloggs Salons Gloucester Road, Bristol
      Bravo Hairdressing, Newbury
      Medusa Hairdressing, Southsea
      Perfectly Posh Hair, Hungerford
      Sixth Sense Salon, Sutton Coldfield

      Retail Salon of the Year, sponsored by TIGI

      Hair Culture, London
      KAM Hair & Body Spa, Lossiemouth
      KH Hair, Nottingham
      KH Hair, Tutbury
      The Company of Master Barbers, Southport

      Salon Team of the Year, sponsored by Fudge Professional

      Clay Hair Salon, Oxshott
      Edward James, London
      Elements Lifestyle, Oxted
      Not Another Salon, London
      S. J. Forbes, Egham
      Simon Webster Hair, Brighton

      Male Grooming Salon of the Year, sponsored by Andis

      Barberology, Birmingham
      Christian Wiles Hairdressing, Northampton
      Daniel Rymer Male Grooming, Bristol
      Jacks of London, Wimbledon
      Pall Mall Barbers, London
      The Company of Master Barbers, Southport

      Front of House Team of the Year

      Aesthetics, Northampton
      Ego Hair Design, Inverness
      KH Hair, Hinkley
      KH Hair, Nottingham
      Not Another Salon, London
      Reed Hair, Maldon

      Manager of the Year, sponsored by Goldwell

      Claire Louise Timlin, En Route Hair & Beauty, Wakefield
      Pam Armstrong, Francesco Group, Hanley
      Simon Barker & Laura Glen, HOB Salons, London
      Paul Fitzgerald, PR Hair, London
      Lisa Welsher, Sarai Hair & Beauty, Crowthorne
      Liam Fry, Tony Wood Hairdressing, Southsea

      Independent Salon – Business Newcomer, sponsored by Sweet Squared

      Crown London, London
      Heavenly Hair, Saxmundham
      Linton & Mac, Aberdeen
      Melissa Timperley Salons, Manchester
      Spring, Birmingham
      Thomas Hairdressing, Uppingham

      Salon Stylist of the Year

      Amy Sultan, Francesco Group, Ringwood
      Charlotte Coppin, Clipso, Watford
      Hannah Stoneman, Strangeways Salon, Leigh-on-Sea
      Ines Macedo, Be My Guest, Southsea
      Mario Fallia, The Gallery Hairdressing, Southborough
      Natalie Newton, Sarai Hair & Beauty, Crowthorne

      Innovation of the Year

      Arconic Brush – Arconic Brush, Perth
      Douce, Cambridge
      Raw Edge – Lara Johnson Lifestyle, Swansea
      Prism Pot – Prism Pot Ltd, Aldershot
      Curl by Curl – Spring, Birmingham
      The Hair Foundation, London

      Junior of the Year

      April Mash, Strangeways Salon, Leigh-on-Sea
      Matilda Marshall, Paul Edmonds, London
      Patrycja Kula, FHC For Hair, Basingstoke
      Rheanne Bryant, Hare & Bone, London
      Rosie Poole, The Lion and the Fox, London
      Yolanda Douglas, Errol Douglas Salon, London

      Customer Care Award

      Clay Hair Salon, Oxshott
      KAM Hair & Body Spa, Lossiemouth
      Melissa Timperley Salons, Manchester
      Paul Edmonds, Knightsbridge
      Reed Hair, Maldon
      Sixth Sense Salon, Sutton Coldfield

      Salon Design Award

      Matthew Curtis Salon Group, Stratford-Upon-Avon
      Sixth Sense Salon, Sutton Coldfield
      Spectrum One Salon Group, Haslingden
      Tony Wood Hairdressing, Southsea
      Tristan Eves, Petworth

      Training Award

      KH Hair Training Academy, Long Eaton
      Neon Salon & School, St Helier
      Renella, Falkirk Room97 Creative Academy, Wakefield
      The London Hair Academy, Shoreditch

      Marketing Award

      Austen Thomson Hair, Edinburgh
      Elaje Hair & Beauty, Cambridge
      Hair OTT, Portsmouth
      Jacks of London, Wimbledon
      Melissa Timperley Salons, Manchester
      Not Another Salon, London
      Tony Wood Hairdressing, Southsea

      Franchisee of the Year

      Claire Louise Denyer, Saks Hair & Beauty, Kingshill
      Danny Coles & Steve Bailey, Haringtons Hairdressing, Middlesex
      David Akroyd & Tony Brown, Toni&Guy, East Grinstead
      Elizabeth Young, Francesco Group, Cannock
      Mike Fenton, Francesco Group, Sandbach
      Natalie Coates & Ryan Coates, Toni&Guy, Sutton Coldfield

      Business Director of the Year

      Alan Simpson, Contemporary Salons, Middlesbrough
      Barrie Stephen, Barrie Stephen Hair, Leicester
      Colin McAndrew, Medusa, Edinburgh
      Lorenzo Colangelo, The Gallery Hairdressing, Southborough
      Simone Thomas, Simone Thomas Salon, Bournemouth
      Steven Rowbottom and Marc Westerman, Westrow


      The awards take place on Monday 11 September 2017 at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London.

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        Jul 122017 Gossip
         

        raywell-envie1   raywell-envie

        Sono loro le vincitrici a Roma e Firenze, di MISS RAYWELL e MISS ENVIE, nell’ambito del concorso nazionale MISS RED CARPET 2017, che vede tra gli sponsor INTERCOSMETICS, la nota azienda produttrice di cosmetici per capelli con sede a Settimo Milanese (Milano). Le selezioni sono in corso da maggio e proseguiranno fino a concludersi con la finalissima il 2 settembre al Lido di Venezia. RAYWELL ed ENVIE sono due dei principali marchi di INTERCOSMETICS, che da anni offre prodotti professionali per parrucchieri dalle altissime prestazioni.

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          Jul 032017 Gossip
           

          figaro club

          El 42% de las firmas participantes no son socias del Club Fígaro, lo que revela un alcance cada vez mayor del certamen dentro del sector de la peluquería española. Tras el cierre de la fase de presentación de colecciones, los Premios de la Peluquería Española han registrado de nuevo una altísima participación en su edición 2017, lo que indica la consolidación de esta convocatoria. En total, han participado en el certamen 72 firmas españolas, que han presentado un total de 140 colecciones, lo que prácticamente iguala las cifras de la anterior edición. Cada firma participante ha presentado una media de 1,9 colecciones, una cifra ligeramente más alta que en anteriores ediciones.

          Además, ha aumentado el porcentaje de los participantes que no son socios del Club Fígaro. En concreto, dicho porcentaje fue del 35% durante el año 2015, mientras que durante el periodo 2016-2017 se alcanzó el 42%. La cifra muestra el impacto cada vez mayor del certamen en el sector de la peluquería española y la consolidación de la cita anual que suponen los Premios Fígaro, patrocinados por Revlon Professional desde sus inicios. En cuanto a zonas geográficas, las colecciones participantes se distribuyen por todo el país, con una especial presencia de Valencia, con 33 colecciones; Barcelona, con 17; Madrid con 15 y Alicante, con 9 colecciones. Un año más, la Comunidad Valenciana es la autonomía que aporta más participación a los Premios Fígaro, con 45 colecciones en total. En conjunto, las colecciones participantes proceden de 27 provincias y 14 comunidades autónomas distintas.

          El 6 de junio se publicarán, de manera anónima, en la web del Club Fígaro todas las colecciones participantes y se abrirán las rondas de votaciones de los socios y del jurado profesional. El próximo 3 de julio se darán a conocer los 15 finalistas de la edición 2017, cuyos galardones se entregarán el lunes 6 de noviembre en una brillante ceremonia que tendrá lugar un año más en el marco de la feria profesional Salón Look Madrid.

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            Jun 272017 Gossip
             

            estetica show

            Ecco, in esclusiva, i primi dettagli sulla nuova Fiera dedicata al beauty, all’hairstyling, al nail e al wellness: Estetica Show 2017 a Pordenone.

            Entra nel vivo l’organizzazione della nuova manifestazione dedicata alla bellezza e al benessere. Lo scenario è quello di un mercato vivace che, secondo l’indagine congiunturale di Cosmetica Italia, nel 2016 ha fatturato 10,5 miliardi di euro, (+5% rispetto al 2015), con esportazioni per quasi 4,3 miliardi (+12%). La bilancia dei pagamenti tocca un record per il settore con 2,1 miliardi. In aumento anche i consumi interni che con un +0,5% raggiungono un valore di 9,9 miliardi (l’Italia è al quarto posto a livello di consumi cosmetici europei).

            Un settore composto da più di 100 mila imprese e da circa 200 mila addetti, calcolando quelli specificamente dedicati ai prodotti cosmetici e ai servizi alla persona (Beauty Report 2016 Cosmetica Italia), e un tasso di crescita delle imprese del comparto che tocca il 5.7% (Beauty Trend Watch Cosmetica Italia maggio 2017) E allora andiamo a scoprire le particolarità di Estetica Show, la tre giorni di expo, eventi e convegni, che si terrà dal 25 al 27 Novembre 2017 a Pordenone Fiere.

            Il Nord Est è una zona strategica per numerosi tipi di attività ed imprese. Tra queste anche il mercato che ruota attorno alla cosmetica e al benessere: nel Nord Italia sono presenti il 59,5 % di centri estetici del Paese, vengono venduti oltre il 51% dei prodotti per la cura della persona ed il 52% circa dei prodotti cosmetici utilizzati e venduti nei canali professionali (Beauty Report 2016 Cosmetica Italia). Pordenone attira dunque un bacino di utenza che comprende sia le vicine regioni italiane, ma anche i Paesi esteri dell’area adriatica e Balcanica. Due aree: Estetica PRO, dedicata esclusivamente ai professionisti e al B2B, per testare, tra gli espositori, le dimostrazioni e i corsi di formazione, nuovi prodotti, attrezzature, tecnologie e tecniche per il mondo dell’estetica applicata del beauty, dall’hair styling alla skin care, dal nail al wellness. Estetica BOUTIQUE, aperta a tutti gli appassionati, per scoprire e acquistare prodotti di bellezza e partecipare agli eventi organizzati dalle scuole professionali e dalle aziende che porteranno le loro novità e la loro esperienza sul palco della manifestazione.

            Temi di attualità: l’aggiornamento professionale è ciò che permette di stare al passo con le nuove esigenze del mercato. Per questo, durante le tre giornate, nell’area PRO si terranno workshop e conferenze dedicate ai professionisti. Un’occasione per conoscere i trend, le innovazioni, gli strumenti e le nuove competenze per far crescere la propria attività e la propria professionalità. Eventi: le due aree si animeranno di iniziative durante le tre giornate. Il calendario si arricchisce sempre di più per una vera immersione nelle novità del settore. Estetica Show aspetta tutti i professionisti e gli appassionati: gli aggiornamenti sugli espositori e sul programma delle tre giornate sul sito www.estetica.show.

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              Jun 262017 Gossip
               

              salon look

              Organised by Salón Look, the objective of these awards is to highlight the professionals, companies and organisations in the hairdressing and beauty sectors whose creativity and efforts are promoting an improvement in training and business management as well as in promotion, information and social action. The winners will be selected from the finalists in each of the five categories. Theselection in the Best Professional Career in the beauty category includes: Claudia Di Paolo, Lovely Lashes and Lewis Amarante; and in hairdressing: Eduardo Sánchez, Luis Miguel Vecina and Sile Peluqueros; in Best Charitable Initiative: Córtate Madrid, Mensajeros de la Paz-Pelobus, and Wella; in Best Business Project in the beauty category: Idili Lizcano fromAlqvimia, Comercial Cosmética Valladolid and Novasonix and in the hairdressing category: Narcís Oriol Quintana, Laboratorios Valquer and Rizo’s; in Best Salon Concept in the aesthetic category: Haute Custom Beauty, Júcaro and The Organic Spa, and in the hairdressing category: Cool Day, La Barbería de Gracia and La Maison;in Best Communication: Belleza Activa, Flash Moda and Pink Secret Garden; in Best Training Project in the beauty category: Consuelo Silveira, ESEI and Nutec, and in the hairdressing category: Academias C&C, Cebado and Rizo’s. In addition, an Honorary Award is also given ateach eventto a professional of recognised standing in each of the sectors: Beauty and Hairdressing.

              A total of 30 professionals, companies and organisations have been selected by the jury for the 5th Salón Look Awards, organised by Salón Look Madrid, the leading event in the field of beauty in the Spanish-speaking market, which is organised by IFEMA.  The winners of these awards will be announced next September at an event that will bring together the best beauty and hairdressing professionals in Spain, which on this occasion will be more relevant than ever, if this is possible, as it is celebrating its fifth anniversary. As a new feature at this event, and in order to achieve greater coverage amongst all the professionals and companies working in this sector, a new category has been created dedicated to training, aimed at rewarding the best projects in each of the sectors of hairdressing and beauty.

              The selection of the finalists for these Vth Look Awards was made by a jury composed of Charo Izquierdo, director of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Madrid; Cristina Galmiche, beautician; Ana Parrilla, Clara Buedo, Itziar Salcedo, Isabel Juncosa and Javier Guerrero, journalists specialising in beauty; María Eugenia León, director of Belleza en Vena; Teresa de la Cierva, director of beauty at ABC and La Polvera; Magdalena Pérez, director of communications at Carmen Navarro; Cristina Huerta García, interior architect; Felícitas Ordás, hairdresser and president of Club Fígaro; Marián Vila, director of beauty at Divinity magazine; Oscar Mateo, market research and training Manager at Stanpa, the National Association of Perfumery and Cosmetics and Susana Salvadó, from Salón Look magazine.

              Salón Look 2017, which marks the 20th anniversary since its creation, will be held from 3 to 5 November – from Friday to Sunday at the request of the sector. It will see a significant growth in firms and content, which has led it to include a new exhibition hall in addition to the previously used halls, to give a total of 5 exhibition halls at the IFEMA Feria de Madrid Exhibition Centre. This allows the exhibition to be organised in a more professional and focussed way. Over 400 direct exhibitors are expected to participate along with representation from more than 1,300 brands.

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                Jun 222017 Gossip
                 

                alexandre de paris

                Molti sono i ruoli che ha ricoperto nella vita delle sue clienti, ma, al secolo, Louis Alexandre Raimon ha soprattutto cambiato il modo di intendere il mestiere di acconciatore , elevandolo a livelli di perfezione mai raggiunti prima. Tra i suoi lavori più celebri troviamo gli chignon e numerosi tipi di intrecci creando delle vere e proprie forme d’arte.

                Il suo stile innovativo fu apprezzato sia nel cinema che nella moda, da Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Hubert de Givenchy, Christian Dior, Karl Lagerfeld, Jean-Paul Gaultier, che si avvalsero della sua creatività per valorizzare i loro abiti. Fra le affezionate clienti, invece, si contavano Romy Schneider, Maria Callas, Audrey Hepburn, Liza Minelli, Greta Garbo, Sophia Loren, Grace Kelly e la duchessa di Windsor. E, nel 1963, De Paris creò quello che, forse, è l’hairstyle più famoso del cinema: la pettinatura di Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra.

                Così Intercoiffure, l’associazione di parrucchieri più antica al mondo, di cui Alexandre de Paris fu presidente dal 1978 al 1993, ha deciso di svelare parte dei suoi bozzetti originali , disegni a matita delle acconciature da lui create, che, alla morte dell’hairstylist, nel 2008, furono affidati a Sergio Russo, e in seguito donate a ICD Italia. La mostra è ospitata nelle sale dell’Accademia L’Oréal Professionnel di Roma ed è aperta al pubblico fino al 30 giugno.

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                  Jun 212017 Gossip
                   

                  Blue Tit, the boutique, London-based salon group, hosted a pop-up salon at the Field Day Festival 2017 this month. Taking residence at the festival for a second year running, the award-winning salon group proved to be a huge hit with festival goers, who were given the chance to try out festival-worthy styles, including braids, buns and glitter. Blue Tit, a salon group known for its creativity and cult-like following, has become synonymous with its festival styling, and frequently hosts pop-up salons at some of the world’s top festivals.

                  The Field Day Festival brings together many of London’s alternative concert and club promoters to produce a day of music, dancing, and maximum cool-factor, set in London’s heartland at Victoria Park. This year, xx Blue Tit stylists were on hand to offer a menu of festival-worthy styles, especially curated for Field Day 2017. The most sought after services at the pop-up salon were braids and top-knots adorned with glitter, and many of the men opted for ‘Surf Culture’ styles with lots of volume and texture.

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                    Jun 092017 Gossip
                     

                    club figaro - globelife

                    With 140 collections from 72 hairdressing firms, 2017 Spanish Hairdressing Awards maintain its extremely high levels. From the 6th June, all the participating collections can be visited in Club Figaro’s official page. After entry deadline (31st May), 2017 Spanish Hairdressing Awards have registered again an awesome participation.

                    In this eighth edition, 72 hairdressing firms have taken part, with 140 collections. So, each competing firm have submitted 1,9 collections on average. Also, this year a 42% of competing firms are not Club Fígaro members, a figure that shows that the competition has become more plural and involves all Spanish industry. Next step in competition are the jury voting stages, in two rounds, which start this week and must be done online, independently and anonymously. Competing collections are only identified by an alphanumeric code to guarantee the fairness and all the process is audited by an independent auditor to ensure complete impartiality.

                    On July 3rd, Club Fígaro will announce the 15 finalists collections and will reveal their authors. The 2017 Spanish Hairdressing Awards will be presented 6th November in the glittering Fígaro Catwalk, that will take place again in Salón Look Madrid. These figures confirm Fígaro Awards as the must-attend competition in Spanish hairdressing and one of the most crowded in the world. Felicitas Ordás, president of Club Fígaro, showed his satisfaction: “We are so proud of this sustained growth, Fígaro Awards maintain its level of participation and quality and it’s a proof of this project’s consolidation. Keep on moving! ”.

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