Hair Expo 2001 we have the news on all things hair and hairdressing, we have the hair styles, the hair colours and the perming and straightening tips of 2001 for you to review. also plenty on the hot new trend of Hair Expo 2001 hair extensions.
were generally shorter and either heavily layered to the point
of being almost disconnected (not blended) or the hairdressers
were showing off the most beautiful of classic bobs. The images
to the left from some of the winners show this classic shape
in its latest interpretation.
Hot New Trends:
use of extensions to add colour to almost any hair cut was very
evident at Hair Expo 2001. This trend is not for the shy, it
is funky almost punky, with ribbons of the brightest colours
inserted underneath the surface of your own hair so that they
peak out from below.
is not just fun it has some very particle reasoning behind it
too. If you wanted to die your own hair these shades, not only
could it be very damaging but would also tend to fade quite
quickly, which are both non-issues with extensions.
if you were after a fun colour for your own hair there were
plenty to choose from too. Almost all the top hairdressing product
manufactuers have been developing some very bright new shades.
So look out next session as hair is going to be awash in colour
in more ways than one!
you want to know more on extension
you want to find out who are the best of the best in Australian
and New Zealand hairdressing then look no further.
the hairdressers who's creativity and skills with the the scissors,
tint brush and hairdryer have made them worthy of the coverted
Hair Expo 2001 awards: well done!.
feel that just getting to the finals in an event such as this
makes you the best of the best so we have listed all
finalists in each catagory with the winners listed first.
of the Year
Cullinan from Oscar Oscar Concept Salons in Brisbane.
Henning from Noddy's On King, Newtown, Sydney.
Luppino from Luppino's Hairdressing Fairfield, Sydney.
Nobel from Next Hair, Canberra.
Zealand Hairdresser of the Year
Elvy from Buoy Hairdressing, Wellington.
Iwai form Toni & Guy, Auckland.
Kennedy form Jarvis, Auckland.
Murrell from Ryder, Auckland.
Technican of the Year
Limbrick from Wink, Sydney.
Di Biase from Heading Out Hair & Beauty, Melbourne.
Jeffrey from Synergy Hair, Sydney.
Hennel from Noddy's On King, Sydney.
Kovacs-Ricoy from Toni & Guy, Sydney.
Gigilo from Dare & Dare, Adelaide.
Hartland form Lee Preston, Perth.
Nischler from Nischler & Nischler, Hobart.
of the Year
Holmes form Wild Life Hairdressing, Sydney.
Elphick from Valonz, Sydney.
Reynolds from Togninis Hair Skin Body, Brisbane.
Snape from Noddy's on King, Sydney.
If you were
there and saw anything you would like to let the rest of us
know about then get in touch
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above from Caterina Di Biase, Heading Out Hair & Beauty
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