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L’Oréal Colour Trophy Grand Final 2019

Wednesday, 05 June 2019 13:44

Over 1,200 guests attended Battersea Evolution in London last Monday evening for The L’Oréal Colour Trophy Grand Final 2019, a captivating event featuring not only superb hair, but a mesmerising on-stage spectacular with  breathtaking lighting, enthralling stage effects and chest thumping music.

Sinead Kelly, London, took the judging panel by storm and seized the 2019 L’Oréal Colour Trophy Award. Linton & Mac, Aberdeen were awarded second place and The Colour Room, Stockport scooped third place. The highly anticipated Men’s Image Award was won by Trevor Sorbie, London. Celebrated runner up in this award was Mr Face, Brighton. 

The L'Oréal Colour Trophy Regional Awards were presented to all eight regions by Adam Reed from Percy & Reed and Siobhan Jones from Rose and Wild who both explained just how difficult the judging process had been due to the high standard of hair work produced by all the competitors. 

The 2019 Regional Award Winners

Northern Ireland - Peter Mark, Forestside, Belfast 

Scotland - Linton & Mac, Aberdeen 

North East - Satchi Salons, Sunderland 

North West - The Colour Room, Stockport 

Western - Nashwhite, Warwick 

Eastern - FX Hair Studio, Leigh-on-Sea 

Southern - Headmasters, Brighton 

London - Sinead Kelly , London 

The L'Oréal Professional STAR Award judges favourite were announced on-stage by Angel Montague Sayers from Sally Montague. These aspiring colourists all winners in their region were competing to win a place on an exclusive winner’s photoshoot in Paris next month. And the winner was Christopher Main from Andrew Mulvenna Hair, Belfast. 

Presented by Charlotte Mensah, The Afro Look Award revealed an amazing influx of multi skilled hairdressers with the 2019 title award going to Errol Douglas Salon, London. 

 The Grand Final Show, ‘Kaleidoscopic Colour’ was Art Directed by Tim Hartley, Luke Pluckrose from SAKS & Jo Cree Brown from Trevor Sorbie.

Tim Hartley took inspiration from the strong bold colours that replicate the Kaleidoscope, ‘Multi-coloured Infinity’ looked at pattern and reflection with a nod to the dance club scene.

Luke Pluckrose deconstructed the Kaleidoscope with inspiration from geometric elements used to form iconic feminine silhouettes, throwing light and creating colour.

Jo Cree Brown of Trevor Sorbie ended the show with ‘Prisms of Light’ with a focus on light reflection, colour graduation and warping. 


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