Announcing the NSW state finalists for L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Trophy 2020.
One of the longest running hairdressing competitions, L’Oréal Colour Trophy continues to platform the best in hairdressing talent; honouring exceptional artistry, skill and creative vision both regionally and abroad.
Following two live final events across South Australia/Tasmania and Western Australia/Northern Territory the NSW contingent gathered inside Sydney’s Darlinghurst Theatre to celebrate for the third leg of Colour Trophy’s national tour.
“We consider it our responsibility to promote growth and develop our industry, and the only way we can do this is by bringing more men and women through your salon doors,” shared L’Oréal Professional General Manager, Olga Zanetti in her opening address.
“The aim of Colour Trophy is to showcase the craft, the talent and the expertise of you – the hairdresser – to the everyday consumer, in order to inspire them to come to our salons for colour looks that can only be created by the professional.”
Entrants were scored for their exhibition of technical mastery as well as their ability to produce a unique and original look that showcases current trends while considering consumer appeal and wearability.
First to be awarded was the NSW Rising Star for 2020, Meghan King of Sloans Lane Cove, who beat out four of her competitors to take out the top spot.
Next up, three state finalists were announced for NSW; all of whom will partake in L’Oréal Colour Trophy’s grand finale on Monday 14th September, 2020.
State finalists included Jessica Schofield of Cataldo’s, Jordan Hone of Sloans and Julia Tsujeva of Alana Kristian.
Congratulations to each of the NSW delegates for 2020:
Don’t miss your chance to bask in the magic; head to https://www.eventbrite.com to purchase your respective state final tickets.
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