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Oct 192020 Gossip
 
british hairdressing award 2020 finaists

The first-round judging of HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards 2020 (sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional) took place on Monday 5 October. The judges attended in controlled time slots which allowed them to deliberate independently, wearing the relevant PPE, and within a huge space at ExCeL London. So, after much consideration, we are delighted to announce the finalists of HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards.

The finalists of HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards 2020 are

REGIONAL

Eastern
Paul Falltrick, GFC Hairdressing
Lisa Graham & Joseph I’Anson, Mark Leeson
Antonio Palladino, Antonio Giovanni Hairdressing
Callum Standen-May, STANDENMAY
Angelo Vallillo, DNA Art Space
Kai Wan, Pkai Hair

International
Nathan Armagnacq & Jacky Chan, Oscar Oscar Chadstone, Australia
Antoinette Beenders, Aveda, USA
Alexis Ferrer, Anna Ferrer, Spain
Shogo Ldeguchi, Fabric, Japan
Judith McEwen, TONI&GUY Perth Central, Australia
Alain Pereque, AP Education, Canada
Silas Tsang, Blushes, Canada

London
Jordanna Cobella, Cobella
Daniele De Angelis, TONI&GUY Shoreditch
Errol Douglas, Errol Douglas London
Danilo Giangreco, Danilo Hair Boutique
Anthony Grant, Linnaean Hair Salon
Andy Heasman, RUSH Hair Victoria

Midlands
Royston Blythe, Royston Blythe
Tracey Devine-Smith, French & Ivi
Stephanie Gamble & Ashley Gamble, Ashley Gamble Salon
Michelle Griffin, Griffins
Shaun Hall, Mark Leeson
Nick Malenko, Royston Blythe

North Eastern
Ross Charles, Ross Charles
Sophie Gibson, Hooker + Young
Rick Roberts, Rick Roberts
Michelle Rooney, Hooker + Young
Emma Simmons, Salon 54
Jonathan Turner, Hooker + Young

Northern Ireland
Julie Cherry, Shane Bennett Salon
Zara Colhoun, Stafford Hair
Julian Dalrymple, Sittingroom @ The Hub
Keith Kane, Keith Kane Hair International
Sharon Malcolm, Sharon Malcolm Hairdressing
Nicola Murray, Nicola Murray Hair

North Western
John Claxton, Claxton Hair Co.
Stephanie Darbyshire, TONI&GUY Deansgate
Laura Kulik & Ria Kulik, The Hairbank
Marcello Moccia & Karen Perry, Room 97 Creative
Gary Taylor, Edward & Co
Melenie Tudor , En Route

Scottish
Dylan Brittain, Rainbow Room International
David Corbett, David Corbett Hairdressing
Jason Hall, Jason Hall Hairdressing
Gary Hunter & Leslie Hunter, Frances Hunter Hairdressing
Kay McIntyre, McIntyres
Caroline Sanderson, Ego Hair Design

SPECIALIST

Afro
Lathaniel Chambers, Lathaniel Couture Hair and Beauty
Anthony Grant, Linnaean Hair Salon
Aycan Kemal, New York Hair Design
Rick Roberts, Rick Roberts
Caroline Sanderson, Ego Hair Design
Anne Veck, Anne Veck
Darren Webster, Electric Space

Artistic Team
MODE Artistic Team
RUSH Artistic Team
TONI&GUY Artistic Team
Essensuals Artistic Team
DNA Art Space Artistic Team
Hooker + Young Artistic Team

Avant Garde
Seung-Ki Baek, RUSH Hair Epsom
Emmanuel Esteban, Salon Sloane
Brooke Evans, Be Ironbridge
Sylvestre Finold, Metropolis Hairdressing
William Gray & Bianca Gray, Grays International
Robert Masciave, Metropolis Hairdressing
Anne Veck, Anne Veck

Schwarzkopf Professional British Colour Technician of the Year
Clayde Baumann, D&J Ambrose
Paul Dennison, Ken Picton Salon
James Earnshaw, Hazel & Haydn
Suzanne McGill & Dylan Brittain, Rainbow Room International
Jo O’Neill, TONI&GUY Sloane Square
Chris Williams, RUSH Hair Chichester
Gary Hooker & Michael Young, Hooker + Young

Men’s
Craig Chapman, Craig Chapman Salon
Charlie Cullen, Joe & Co
Tracey Devine-Smith, French & Ivi
Andrea Giles & Terri Kay, Mark Leeson
Jason Hall, Jason Hall Hairdressing
Christian Wiles, Christian Wiles Hairdressing

Newcomer
Alessandro Barca, TONI&GUY Canary Wharf
Molly Drummond, Hooker + Young
Kate Drury, MODE
Sam Elliot, TONI&GUY, Covent Garden
Tori Ellis, KAM Hair and Body Spa
Lauren Killick, TH1 Hair

Trend Image
Sarah Black
Martin Crean, MODE
Ashley Gamble, Ashley Gamble Salon
Steven Goldsworthy, Goldsworthys
Sharon Malcolm, Sharon Malcolm Hairdressing
Darrel Starkey-Gettings, Taylors Hair Studio

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Oct 062020 Gossip
 
british hairdressing awards 2020

HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards is going live to a global audience for the first time in its 36-year history. “As the prospect of ‘live’ events continues to be shrouded with uncertainty, we have made the positive decision to keep to our date of Monday 30th November and in the style of the world’s biggest events in 2020, we shall hold the awards online. With the British Hairdressing Awards being THE hairdressing event of the year, we feel strongly that it should go ahead and we are confident we can still celebrate together but in the 2020 way,” comments HJ’s executive director Jayne Lewis-Orr.

Each and every year since its inception, the British Hairdressing Awards event has been held in the glorious surroundings of the Great Room at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London attracting 2,000 guests including 100 finalists in 17 categories culminating in the most coveted of all titles, British Hairdresser of the Year. As this spectacular moves onto a virtual stage, the 2020 awards format is representative of both the current times and also reflective of the dynamism and creativity of an industry that adapts and embraces change.

Robert Eaton
Robert Eaton pictured at the 2019 awards after winning HJ’s British Hairdresser of the Year
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Sep 082020 Gossip
 

PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY WORLDWIDE is the online event for hair, beauty, spa and aesthetics

professional beauty 2020

PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY WORLDWIDE, the International Manufacturers & Distributors Forum and Cosmetics Ingredients & Packaging International will deliver three days of unmissable online insight, networking and discussion.

The global online event dedicated to business growth, will connect users with the industry and offer international training with:
– WORLD LEADING EDUCATION
– GLOBAL NETWORKING
– INTERNATIONAL BRANDS

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Jul 032020 Gossip
 

Salon International returns to ExCel London from 10-12 October 2020 to support the hairdressing industry after a challenging year

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Salon International is back doing what it does best: celebrating the art, talent and community of hairdressing and reaffirming the business value of the industry.

With British hairdressing widely accepted as the best in the world, Salon International has long been at its heart. And, while the last few months have seen business put on hold, the coronavirus lockdown has also seen hairdressing in the spotlight more than ever, as clients across the country realised just how much they relied on professionals to make them look good and feel fantastic.

Salon International takes place at ExCeL London from 10th – 12th October 2020

Now, as salons prepare to reopen there are new challenges; from running a safe, socially-distanced salon to finding creative solutions for clients and teams.  Such creative solutions are found by joining together.  Salon International returns to help the industry to navigate this new landscape and provide a platform of inspiration for salons and hairdressers to boost their business in a post-lockdown world with education, trends and products to put them ahead of the game.

SALON INTERNATIONAL LONDON 2020 : a Celebration of Colour

Colour has always been the biggest profit driver for salons, and in a post lockdown world it’s more important than ever. Salons will be facing drastic root regrowth and colour corrections galore and reassessing clients who have decided to grow out their greys gracefully during three months at home. With this in mind, Salon International will, this year, feature its first ever bespoke Colour Stage: a dedicated stage with open prep area and a schedule of education and experts talking about all aspects of the colour business. The show will also welcome colour houses from across the world as exhibitors, from big names to indie brands offering something new.

Colour has always been big business for salons and that’s never been more true than now, when clients are desperate to get back to the salon. Going forward, salons will need to think creatively about the colour services they offer, the products they’re using and how they can continue to provide dynamic and exciting results for clients. That’s why we’re putting colour at the heart of Salon International this year, with more education and inspiration than ever. Our guest artists and brands will be providing no shortage of creative solutions and ideas, from the commercial colour business through to inspirational looks, all of which reminds hairdressers why they love what they do!

Jayne Lewis-Orr, Executive Director of Salon International

Safety Measures for Salon International 2020

The Salon International team continues to consult as the event approaches to ensure the most up to date measures are in place. The team will implement changes steered by Government requirements along with ExCeL London and industry expert advice.

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May 272020 Gossip
 

The nominees for HJ’s coveted British Hairdresser of the Year award have been announced – showcasing the wealth of talent and unshakeable passion within British hairdressing

British-Hairdressers-Nominees-2020

This year Adam Reed, Angelo Seminara, Cos Sakkas, Darren Ambrose, Errol Douglas, Eugene Souleiman, Gary Hooker & Michael Young (Hooker & Young), Richard Ashforth, Robert Eaton and Sally Brooks wowed the British hairdressing industry, resulting in their nomination for the coveted title. This top ten received the closest voting cluster ever recorded in the award’s history, resulting in more nominees than ever before.

Nominated by top-tier hairdressers, influencers and UK and international press for their professional reputation, creative vision and their ability to act as an ambassador for British hairdressing, Executive Director of Hairdressers Journal International, Jayne Lewis Orr, said:

“British hairdressing has certainly faced its greatest ever challenge this year. It has been a testing time for us all and I have been so impressed with, but not surprised by, the industry’s continued professionalism, resilience and creativity. The British Hairdresser of the Year title has been the most sought-after for more than three decades. This year especially, it is recognition of the stylists at the forefront of this thriving, talented and professional community. The award not only cements the careers of exceptional hairdressers but consistently raises standards across our industry year-on-year.”

Since its inception in 1985, the title of HJ British Hairdresser of the Year has transformed exceptional stylists into either dynamic household names or meteoric hairdressing careers, previous winners include Trevor Sorbie, John Frieda, Umberto Giannini, Nicky Clarke, Charles Worthington, Antoinette Beenders, Beverley C and Sally Brooks to name a few.

The winner will be announced on Monday 30th November 2020 at JW Marriott Grosvenor House, Park Lane, alongside the winners in six specialist categories and nine regional categories, on the biggest night in the hairdressing calendar.

HJ’s 2020 British Hairdresser of the Year nominees:

  • Adam Reed, session stylist and salon owner, a colourful, skilful character bridging consumer and hairdressing worlds
  • Angelo Seminara, four times winner and one of the most captivating and original hair stylists of our time
  • Cos Sakkas, third time nominee, an artistic talent and a legend within Toni & Guy
  • Darren Ambrose, previous British Hairdresser of the Year winner 2015, a leader within session styling and hairdressing alike
  • Errol Douglas, MBE, honoured by Her Majesty the Queen for services to hairdressing, multiple award winner and hairdressing superstar
  • Eugene Souleiman, no words other than Eugene is a session stylist extraordinaire
  • Gary Hooker and Michael Young, (Hooker & Young) 12th consecutive nomination of British Hairdressers of the Year and hairdressing’s most famous duo, stage-stars, creative inspiration and talented educators
  • Richard Ashforth, first time nomination, well renowned in the hairdressing industry for his directional, forward thinking ideas, his belief in simplicity and commitment to beauty
  • Rob Eaton, current British Hairdresser of the Year 2019 andone of the most current and renowned colourists of the moment
  • Sally Brooks, two times winner ofBritish Hairdresser of the Year (2017 & 2018), Sally is a global stage and creative star, renowned hairdresser and a national hero following her hairdressing documentary that is reaching educationalists and parents across the UK.
Rob Eaton Winner 2019
Rob Eaton – British Hairdressers Award Winner 2019

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Mar 202020 Gossip
 
british hairdressing award 2019
Julian Crane, Schwarzkopf Professional General Manager UK and Ireland; Laura Husband, Editor Hairdressers Journal Magazine; Sophie Gibson, Jonathan Turner, and celebrity host Rylan Clark-Neal

Sophie Gibson and Jonathan Turner from Newcastle were named the UK’s best colour experts. The colourists from Hooker & Young won the coveted title of Schwarzkopf Professional Colour Technicianof the Year at HJ’s renowned British Hairdressing Awards 2019.

Sophie and Jonathan beat five other category finalists in the national awards, dubbed the ‘Oscars’ of the hair world, to claim the accolade of being the country’s leading and most inspiring hair colourist.

Now in their 34th year, HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards celebrate the people producing the very best hairdressing work across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Sophie and Jonathan’s prize was one of 18 trophy wins on the night in a line-up of ten regional and eight specialist awards, including two new categories of International Collection of the Year and Trend Image of the Year.

Specialist Category Winners 2019

  • British Hairdresser of the Year: Robert Eaton, Russell Eaton, Leeds
  • Afro Hairdresser of the Year: Rick Roberts, Rick Roberts, Beverley (East Yorkshire)
  • Artistic Team of the Year: Mark Leeson Artistic Team, Mansfield
  • Avant Garde Hairdresser of the Year: Hayley Bishop & Sophie Springett, TONI&GUY North Audley Street, London
  • Men’s Hairdresser of the Year: Jim Shaw & Daisy Carter, Essensuals, Billericay
  • Newcomer of the Year: Alex Morton, Jamie Stevens, London
  • Schwarzkopf Professional British Colour Technician of the Year: Sophie Gibson & Jonathan Turner, Hooker & Young, Newcastle
  • Trend Image of the Year: Federico Patelli, TONI&GUY Victoria, London

Regional Winners 2019

  • Eastern Hairdresser of the Year: Nathan Jasztal & Zoe Jasztal, Silhouette Du Barry, Chelmsford
  • London Hairdresser of the Year: Andy Heasman, RUSH Victoria, London
  • Midlands Hairdresser of the Year: James Earnshaw, Bad Apple Hair, Wolverhampton
  • North Eastern Hairdresser of the Year: Alexander Turnbull, Alexander Hair & Beauty, Hull
  • North Western Hairdresser of the Year: Jon Wilsdon, TONI&GUY Deansgate, Manchester
  • Northern Ireland Hairdresser of the Year: Sharon Malcolm, Sharon Malcolm Hairdressing, Co. Down
  • Scottish Hairdresser of the Year: Jason Hall, Jason Hall Hairdressing, Edinburgh
  • Southern Hairdresser of the Year: Andrew Smith, Andrew Smith Salons, Portsmouth
  • Wales & South West Hairdresser of the Year: Martin Crean, MODE, Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire

International Collection of the Year: Jacky Chan, Oscar Oscar Chadstone, Melbourne, Australia

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Nov 292019 Gossip
 

World renowned ‘Oscars’ of the hair world, HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards, took place on Monday night with 18 winners announced, and three inductions into the Hall of Fame.

Australia’s Jacky Chan, from Oscar Oscar Chadstone in Melbourne, took home the first ever International Collection of the Year crown.

Jacky Chan
Jacky Chan

The stylist beat five other category finalists from around the world to triumph in the UK awards, dubbed the ‘Oscars’ of the hair world. Jacky claimed the inaugural title of best internationally produced collection, beating competition from countries as far apart as the USA, the United Arab Emirates and Canada.

Each November, HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional, recognises the very best talent in the UK hairdressing industry.

Robert Eaton, Michelle Thompson and Marcello Moccia inducted into the hallowed Hall of Fame at HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards 2019
Robert Eaton, Michelle Thompson and Marcello Moccia inducted into the hallowed Hall of Fame at HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards 2019

The awards celebrate the stand-out styling stars across 18 categories in total, recognising achievement in both regional and specialist fields. For those lucky enough to win the same category on three separate occasions, a prestigious honour is bestowed; a place in the British Hairdressing Awards Hall of Fame. Once in the Hall of Fame, a hairdresser is no longer allowed to enter that category, having reached the very pinnacle of talent in that field.

HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards 2019, sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional

Specialist Category Winners 2019

  • British Hairdresser of the Year: Robert Eaton, Russell Eaton, Leeds
  • Afro Hairdresser of the Year: Rick Roberts, Rick Roberts, Beverley (East Yorkshire)
  • Artistic Team of the Year: Mark Leeson Artistic Team, Mansfield
  • Avant Garde Hairdresser of the Year: Hayley Bishop & Sophie Springett, TONI&GUY North Audley Street, London
  • Men’s Hairdresser of the Year: Jim Shaw & Daisy Carter, Essensuals, Billericay
  • Newcomer of the Year: Alex Morton, Jamie Stevens, London
  • Schwarzkopf Professional British Colour Technician of the Year:  Sophie Gibson & Jonathan Turner, Hooker & Young, Newcastle

About HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards, sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional
For 34 years, the British Hairdressing Awards have been the most coveted and sought-after titles in the hairdressing industry resulting in global recognition. Both regional and category specific awards are given to salons and hairdressers across the UK who show incredible skill, vision and talent through a collection of images. Winners were announced at a celebrity hosted ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel, a J W Marriott Hotel in London’s prestigious Park Lane.

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Oct 012019 Gossip
 

More than 50 major high street retail chains are demanding government tax cuts to protect themselves from growing business rates and online competition. The retailers, including Marks & Spencer, Harrods and Iceland, have written to UK chancellor Sajid Javid to request urgent reform to business rates in a bid to protect the high street and boost retail business as the country leaves the EU.

The British Retail Consortium who organised the letter said high street vacancy rates have risen to 10.3% the highest since 2015.

The National Hairdressers Federation has campaigned hard for reforms to business rates for professional hair salons, barbershop and beauty salons. NHF chief executive HILARY HALL told HJ: “A recent survey of our members shows around two thirds don’t pay business rates because they quality for small business rates relief. Often these reliefs are short-term and temporary so we’re calling for them to be made permanent, as they are in Wales, to help small businesses plan ahead”

Hilary also said: “Salon and barbershop owners can help by writing to their local MPs to get their support for our campaign”

HELLEN WARD, Richard Ward Hair & Metrospa managing Director, told HJ it is essential for professional hair salons to lobby together for a level playing field: “…Until the government takes steps to ensure taxation is fair, the High Street is in peril, and that includes hair and beauty salons…”

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Jun 012018 Gossip
 

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Following months of speculation and hundreds of nominations, the nominees for HJ’s coveted British Hairdresser of the Year Award  have been announced.

Darren Ambrose, Sally Brooks, Errol Douglas, Gary Hooker & Michael Young, Cos Sakkas, Angelo Seminara, Eugene Souleiman and Jamie Stevens have wowed the British hairdressing industry, resulting in their nomination for the title.

Nominated by their peers on their professional reputation, vision and trend setting ability and their ability to promote and be an ambassador for British hairdressing.

The hair and beauty industry is worth an estimated £7.1 billion to the UK economy, with 82% of the female population across the country using a salon to have their hair cut and/or coloured each year. Since its inception, the title of HJ British Hairdresser of the Year has transformed exceptional stylists into household names with previous winners including Trevor Sorbie, John Frieda, Andrew Collinge, Umberto Giannini, Nicky Clarke, Charles Worthington, Mark Hill and Andrew Barton.

All eight nominees must now submit an exclusive collection to be judged by a panel of industry professionals in September before the winner is announced at a black tie ceremony in London’s Park Lane on Monday, 26th November. The nominees’ exclusive collections will be on display at Salon International, ExCeL London between 13th – 15th October 2018.

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