HARRISON HAIR STUDIO SECURE PLACE IN PRESTIGIOUS LIVE HAIRDRESSING COMPETITION
Salons across the country continue to inspire their client’s daily showcasing ‘Hair Inspired by Fashion’. Mia Daly from Harrison Hair Studio has taken this inspiration to a new level and has won a sort after place at the L’Oréal Colour Trophy Young Colourist Regional North Western Finals 2014.
This prestigious event showcases the best hair talent from across the country against a backdrop of a truly enthralling hair show. The 59th year of the L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Trophy will not disappoint and we are delighted to have Mia Daly from Harrison Hair Studio within the Regional line up of the L’Oréal Professionnel Young Colourist Award.
“I am absolutely over moon to have got through to the regional final, it’s such a big opportunity for me as I’m only 20 years old and only just starting my hairdressing career. I’m excited but so nervous at the same time, I just want to make everyone at the salon proud of me and hope I get through to the Grand Final in London”
Hundreds of photographic entries were judged by the hairdressing industries most inspiring and iconic names including, Paul Dennison, Kate Wilson, Mario Charalambous, Siobhan Jones and Sibi Bolan. Mia Daly from Harrison Hair Studio fought of stiff competition and was successfully chosen to take part in the live finals held in June.
As one of the judges for the L’Oréal Colour Trophy 2014, Kate Wilson from Trevor Sorbie explains why winning is so exciting for a young colourist:
“The most exciting thing about the L’Oréal Colour Trophy Young Colourist category is the fact that it is a fantastic opportunity for colourists under the age of 25, to receive some amazing education within the first 12 months!”
Mia Daly will now take part in the L’Oréal Colour Trophy Young Colourist Award final at the L’Oréal Professionnel International Academy in [location] on the [location]. The winners will now be put to the test, completing a number of demanding colouring techniques in only 2 hours 45 minutes. Finalists will also be put through an interview procedure and will have to explain to the category judges why they want to be a colourist.
Each Young Colourist Regional Winner will become part of the L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Academy 2014/15, which is a comprehensive one-year development programme. The winners will be inspired and educated by award winning colourists from the UK. They will also be mentored through a bespoke programme during their winning year, a fantastic opportunity for any Young Colourist with a passion for colour.
“This year the entries have taken inspiration from all sorts of areas. The catwalk, fashion and also from the streets. This is exciting and something new for 2014!” Siobhan Jones, Headmasters. 2014 Judge.
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