Contents Cover credit: Michael Beel, Buoy Hairdressing, Wellington
14 One Night in Bangkok! 16 Mane Salon has Bitcoin! 20 Redken Express Styling Bar 21 Great Lengths introduce App Tape Extensions 26 Kings Domain Barber Shop Melbourne 28 5 Top Stylists join artist network 48 Sebastian’s Brad Lepper travels to India! 50 Handcrafted by Rodney Wayne 52 Felix Culpa Christchurch 53 L’Oréal Hair Report 54 Hair Expo NZ Hairdresser of the Year finalists 56 Pacific Resort Aitutaki
62 2014 Schwarzkopf Hair Expo Awards finalists
17 Lorde collaborates with MAC Cosmetics
70 Black Sheep Brands new Paul Mitchell distributor
20 Create the Look with Jane Iredale
71 Karina Gollins Gets the Gold!
21 Environ’s new High Tech facility
86 Sue Nicholson - Psychic Medium
38 Spa at the Pullman
88 Backstage at iD Dunedin Fashion Week
70 Transform your Skin with Environ
82 A Step by Step guide to curling hair extensions!
87 Resultime by Collin Paris launch
114 Hair Expo Australian Hairdresser of the Year finalists
89 Naked Tan’s Lee Taylor
90 The Face Place Medspa
18 INDUSTRY Awards
16 St Tropez at Sydney Fashion Week
42 The Star - Hair Expo Gala Nights
24 MBFW Sydney - Desert Designs
44 ghd Showcase at INDUSTRY
36 Wellington fashion Week - Moochi
64 Structure at INDUSTRY
98 Hair Extensions Rule at Melbourne fashion festival
70 Emiliano Vitale AHFA Hairdresser of the Year!
12 Wella Professionals at Industry
72 iD Dunedin Fashion Week
8 Papas & Pace Hair Expo finalists
74 iD Emerging Artists
22 Anthony Bayer - Toni&Guy Ponsonby
84 Fudge at INDUSTRY
30 Jo Bellamy - Sydney
46 Frank Apostolopoulos - BiBa Melbourne 58 Stelio Papas - Brisbane 66 Kylie Hayes - Dunedin 80 Jarahs Hair - South Australia 93 Hermiz Daniel - Joey Scandizzo Salon Melbourne 100 Sharon Blain - Art of Hair Sydney 104 Adrian Barclay - Venom Invercargill 110 Emiliano Vitale - é Salon Sydney 118 Spectra Hair - Palmerston North 122 Stefi Tanian - Chumba Melbourne
76 NZARH Competitions open for entries 78 2014 Patrick Cameron Photographic Challenge
40 Malcolm Gibbons - The secret sauce! 85 Shar Sutherland Todd - Thoughts 92 Jamie Dryden - Tenuous Trends!
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Editor’s Letter As we went to print we received the fantastic news that our very own Karina Gollins from Palmerston North had taken Gold in the Photo Vision Young Talent section in the Wella International Trend Vision Awards in Germany. Our heartiest congratulations go out to you Karina, this is a remarkable achievement! In the twelve years that I have been editor of this magazine this would be the biggest international win for a New Zealand Hairdresser we have seen! Speaking of talent, there was plenty on display at INDUSTRY which was held at the Pullman in Auckland. An incredible opportunity for our rising stars to shine and strut their stuff throughout the day. The evening was jammed packed with all the movers and shakers in the hair industry with showcases from Mana Dave and Lisa Muscat and Emiliano Vitale, but the highlight of the night was the presentation of the awards! Congratulations to all winners especially Michael Beel from Buoy who very deservedly took out INDUSTRY hairdresser of the Year! We are really looking forward to Hair Expo which is only a month away now, so it’s time to book your tickets! Best of luck to all Kiwi stylists who have made the finals in the Hair Expo Awards! If you are going over make sure you support the shows and seminars that feature NZ’ers. It’s also a great time for shopping in Sydney as all the sales are on over Queens Birthday Weekend. We welcome new contributors Malcolm Gibbons, Business Guru and Jamie Dryden, owner Fabrik in Hamilton. Don’t forget IMAGES is your industry magazine and if you feel that you have got something to say, we would love to hear from you! House of Camille have very kindly supplied us with an incredible subscription offer! With every new or renewal between 1st May & 30th June you will go into the draw to win one of 10 Lashem packs worth $199... Be in and WIN! Also I would like to thank all of our Social Media followers, we now have almost 3,000 likes on Facebook and over 1800 on Twitter and growing! Stay tuned for some amazing deals and giveaways, you are going to love what’s coming up! Now let’s have some FUN! Somewhere inside the magazine is a hidden SHEEP! When you find it go on to our website: www.imagesmagazine.co.nz and register your details. Enter the page number that the SHEEP is on and you will win a full size Paul Mitchell Hair Product! Go on do it now it’s so easy and it’s fun! Take care & see you in Sydney! Sheryl x
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Papas & Pace Schwarzkopf Hair Expo Awards Finalists Dmitri Papas: Australian Hairdresser of the Year Justin Pace: Colour Technician of the Year
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Hair: Dmitri Papas Colour: Justin Pace Photography: Andrew O’toole Stylist: Gail Reid Make Up: Kylie O’toole
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Wella Professionals are proud to be a supporter of the INDUSTRY Awards and congratulate all of the finalists and winners!
THANK YOU to the Wella Artists who helped make the evening so special and to Sara Allsop for her dedication in making this event such a success! Also Jock Robson and Brad Lepper supported by Paul Dean for their Sebastian presentation as well as Emiliano Vitale and Lisa Muscat from é Salon for their outstanding hair show. ‘Artistic Team of the Year’ Hamilton Brooks and ‘Men’s Hairdresser of the Year’ Brad Lepper and of course the award winning Shar Sutherland Todd... ‘Educator of the Year.’
Lisa Muscat and Emiliano Vitale
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Jock Robson, Dharma
Hamilton Brooks, Artistic Team of the Year
“Industry is one of the best events that has ever been introduced in NZ as it gives all hairdressers an opportunity to get recognised no matter what product company your salon is associated with. It is always great to be recognised in any competition that you enter. It was really nice to win this competition as I have been working on critiquing my men’s hairstyling for some time. I really enjoy the tailoring you can achieve with men’s hair and consider it one of the hardest haircuts to do”. Brad Lepper, French Revolver Studio Brad Lepper, Mens Hairdresser of the Year
Shar Sutherland Todd, Educator of the Year
“Being awarded the title of 2014 New Zealand Educator of the Year is a massive career highlight. After thirteen years as a guest artist and currently the longest standing member of the Wella NZ Creative Team. I can now further promote what I believe is the best hair colour in the world. It is my absolute privilege to be educating the next generation of hairdressers in New Zealand because the future of our industry tomorrow is built from the strength of our education today. My wish is to inspire those I teach to believe that with passion and a strong vision, anything is possible. Our fabulous team here at Sutherland Todd are my second family and we are all totally buzzing right now. Above all, I could not have won this award without my husband Ash, who is my rock!! We have four gorgeous boys and together we are constantly reminded that dreams really do come true!” Shar Sutherland Todd, Sutherland Todd Hairdressing
“With 2014 being the third year for Industry, it was at a point were we needed to see true engagement from the hairdressing industry for both the education and the awards. The entries for the awards were phenomenal, the standard of the photographic work was on another level from the year previous, which showed me that people were taking it very seriously and were entering to win. That was exciting for me, as that was the entire reasoning behind setting them up, was to see growth in our photographic work and for salons to have something to market in their regions. The education this year was insane! We had over 280 people through every seminar and the presentations from Sebastian, Joico,fudge and ghd were amazing. It was great to see the companies using a wide array of stylists from around the country especially the younger artists and supporting their work. This was the motivation behind starting Industry in the first place, having a platform for all hairdressers and having an event that brings EVERYONE together to celebrate the talent we have here in NZ.” Sara Allsop, Industry
Sara Allsop, Event Organiser
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One night in Bangkok!
Thailand is renowned as an international vacation destination but for kiwi stylists Adrian Barclay and Rebecca Brent their recent whirlwind trip was more a busman’s holiday. The duo presented a live show in Bangkok that was attended by over 200 Thai stylists. L’Oréal Professionnel in Thailand was keen for the duo to showcase global trends and demonstrate the latest techniques popular on catwalks and in salons. In particular, local stylists were keen to learn how to work with the texture of traditional Thai hair to deliver the latest international looks. Workshops were designed to coach salon staff on the tools and techniques they need to meet the challenges posed by an expected influx of global products, because in 2015 a range of international salon brands will become available for the first time. Offshore travel is usually an opportunity for New Zealand stylists to further develop techniques and discover new trends to bring home. In this case, the roles were reversed with our leading stylists helping to educate and introduce new skills and techniques to fellow stylists in an emerging market. “It has to be one of the biggest highlights of my career. We are a global family at L’Oréal and it feels great being in the position to mentor others and give back to the industry,” Adrian said. Adrian and Rebecca conducted a look and learn session, teaching Thai stylists new and various cutting and colouring techniques. Adrian says the colour techniques were both creative and practical and he believes Thai hairdressers were greatly encouraged to adapt and improve their service. “It was very rewarding,” says Rebecca, owner of Wellington salon Willis York and L’Oréal Colour Trophy 2014 Supreme Award winner. “Every single person we worked with had a genuine craving to learn more – they were all grateful for the information and techniques we were passing on to them. “We believe we left the stylists with invaluable knowledge,” Rebecca says. “You could see they felt more confident to adapt and apply the colour techniques to develop their service and skills and to take those skills back to their salons.”
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Mane in Wellington The first salon to adopt Bitcoin!
Mane Salon, a hair salon in Wellington, is now accepting the new virtual currency Bitcoin as a means of payment, becoming New Zealand’s first hair salon to do so. From today customers can use Bitcoin, just as they would if they were paying cash. ‘As soon as we started offering customers complementary Wi-Fi last year, we saw for ourselves how customers love using their smart devices while in the salon, and one of our customers showed us how she could use her Smartphone to make payments using Bitcoin - we were blown away how easy it was’ says Summer Bouzaid, Mane Salon’s manager. Mane Salon Owner Janine Weatherley rang her salon’s bank ANZ, to ask how Mane Salon could add Bitcoin to existing creditcard and EFTPOS payment arrangements. ‘Our account manager didn’t seem know what Bitcoin was - I was quite surprised so I got my husband who is an IT consultant to setup Bitcoin for us’ says Janine. Stylists have been trained on how to accept Bitcoins, and Bitcoin stickers with a QR code have been placed on stylist mirrors, on Mane’s website and around the counter area to encourage customers to pay via Bitcoin. Mane Salon chose to outsource the most critical component of the solution, the Bitcoin wallet to an external 3rd party, www. blockchain.info, which means Bitcoins are held in a secure location, away from the salon and point-of-sale PC. As soon as a customer pays an email arrives informing the receptionist that the transaction has been successful. This usually arrives within a few seconds of the payment being sent. ‘It’s so simple, we hope to be able to reduce our credit card processing fees and our dependence on the bank, as well as well as simplify cash handling – I really hope Bitcoin takes off and our adoption plays a small role in its success. Despite recent adverse publicity about Bitcoin we’re getting right behind this new payment method and we’ll be sharing our Bitcoin experience via our Facebook page to help other small businesses adopt it for themselves’ says Janine.
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St Tropez shines at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Sydney! “This year we wanted to push the boundary more so than before, we wanted to create a world in which you could step into and experience the wonder of our never-ending summer” said Jeremy Somers owner of Australian swimwear brand ‘We Are Handsome’. “We’re always going for a natural, healthy and tanned look nothing too over the top - and St Tropez are the leaders in helping us get this look year, after year.” Michael Brown, St.Tropez Skin Finishing Expert explains how to achieve the best finish: 1. “It’s crucial to prep the skin, especially in a show like this - it’s swimwear - there is nothing to hide behind, so the skin needs to be perfect. The models have all been sent the ‘St.Tropez Tanning Commandments’ before the show, so today we just needed to use the St.Tropez Tan Enhancing Moisturiser on the dry areas of the body like the elbows, feet, hands and of course the knees. 2. St.Tropez is all about customising your colour and so the Instant Tan in Light/Medium and MediumDark are perfect for layering and tailoring shades. For the lighter models we used the Medium/Dark to bring up their overall colour, and for the girls and guys with a natural base colour and more olive tones we used the Light/Medium Instant Tan. 3. To even out the skin while adding a little extra warmth and healthy glow we finished with St.Tropez Illuminator in Gold. I used this to highlight, define and sculpt the bodies - following the lines of the muscles to create definition and shape. The show was outside so the Gold Illuminator also worked perfectly to catch the natural light, contouring the body, creating a beautiful sheen and a gorgeous, healthy glow.”
Lorde collaborates with M.A.C. cosmetics!
New Zealand recording artist Lorde and makeup brand M.A.C. Cosmetics are collaborating on a limited-edition makeup collection due to be released this winter. Famously renowned for her sultry, deep purple lip hues, clear complexion, and lashings of mascara and eyeliner, the 17-year-old singer works frequently with M.A.C. senior artist Amber Dreadon on creating her looks for events and tours. “I have loved M.A.C. Cosmetics since I was a little kid,” said Lorde. “I remember saving up to buy my very first M.A.C. lipstick at 14, and it was used by about 20 of my friends! M.A.C. has a very clear aesthetic, that has always felt fashion forward to me. So I was really excited to work with them on these products, which I use pretty much every day and night. I hope you will too.” Lorde joins a slew of esteemed women including Rihanna, Beth Ditto and Lady Gaga who have each collaborated with the global makeup powerhouse. A M.A.C. representative said: “I’m very excited to let you all know that we have announced the news of our collaboration (and locally relevant one at that) with NZ singer/songwriter sensation, Lorde. At this stage, we cannot reveal any product related information or specific dates for the collection launch – only that it will be available exclusively online and in select stores in winter 2014.”
TURNHEADS SALON PROFILE
MEET ONE OF JOICO’S LEADING SALON OWNERS... Renee Curtin from Aqua Salon & Spa, Winton Previous Jobs? My 1st job was at 13 as a checkout operator in a supermarket and at The Red Rooster while also working as a salon assistant, until I was offered an apprenticeship at 16 and left school. I moved to England to live for a number of years, still hairdressing, and finally I made the move to Winton, New Zealand in 1998. Just before I opened Aqua in 2006, I had a salon called Stage Door Hair. Secret Avocation? Interior Designer. Biography Title? “Top to Bottom” Because of moving from the top of Australia ‘Darwin’ to the bottom of New Zealand ‘Winton’. Favourite Music? Elton John, Pink, Missy Higgens. Counting Crows. Dream Vacation? Maldives Beach.
Vision Board? To have a balance in life and to be happy and healthy. With JOICO in salons since? 2002. Not many people know this about me? As a child growing up in the Northern Territory I would never wear shoes on my feet, I loved swimming and was the Northern Territory 8 year old champion! My goal? My goal is to help women feel good about themselves, to offer them a beautiful place to come and feel relaxed in and to offer services that they may feel pampered and feel wonderful when they leave. Advice related to life? Don’t lose yourself in the business of life! Remember to take care of you! Trust your gut instinct!
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Michael Beel, Buoy Hairdressing, takes out the BIGGIE! “Winning NZ Hairdresser has always been a dream of mine ever since starting my apprenticeship. Being a finalist many times, in one sense is amazing but also frustrating... Always a bridesmaid but now I’m a Bride lol! It shows with determination dreams are achievable.” Michael Beel, INDUSTRY 2014 hairdresser of the Year. It was the night of the stars when New Zealand’s hairdressing fraternity turned out in their finest to celebrate our best stylists at the annual INDUSTRY Awards night held at the Pullman Hotel on the 16th March. After a full on day of seminars and ‘look and learn’ shows from Sebastian, Fudge, Structure and ghd, everyone was looking forward to seeing just who would take out the coveted prizes!
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After a very successful day with all of the day seminars selling-out, it was a full house for the Awards night! First up on the agenda was Mana Dave who presented his very first hair show titled ‘Anime’ - a beautiful collection laced in a Pacifica theme set against a backdrop of Japanese Anime drawings. Next up was the é Salon team from Sydney - Emiliano Vitale and current Hair Expo ‘New Creative Force’ Lisa Muscat. It was easy to see why é Salon is currently Hair Expo ‘Salon of the Year’ and is again a finalist for this year’s awards! Both the show and models were simply stunning! Finally the awards were announced with the big winner on the night being the ever popular Michael Beel, from Buoy Hairdressing, Wellington. Colourist of the Year went to Mana Dave from Blaze, who declared “This was the award that I really wanted to win!” Nicole Gordon from Vada, took out ‘Newcomer of the Year’ while Brad Lepper was another popular choice taking out ‘Mens Stylist of the Year.’ Jason Chong Li from Stephen Marr was chosen ‘Artistic Stylist of the Year while ‘Educator of the Year went to the lovely Shar Sutherland Todd. ‘Artistic Team of the Year’ was Hamilton Brooks Newmarket.
Congratulations to all Award Winners: New Zealand Hairdresser of the Year (sponsored by ghd) Michael Beel Colourist of the Year (sponsored by Wella Professionals) Mana Dave Artistic Team of the Year Hamilton Brooks Newcomer of the Year (sponsored by Fudge) Nicole Gordon
Men’s Stylist of the Year (sponsored by STRUCTURE) Brad Lepper Artistic Stylist of the Year Jason Chong Li Jason Chong Li
Educator of the Year Shar Sutherland Todd Photographer of the Year (sponsored by ELEVEN) Jessica Sim for Michael Beel’s collection Makeup Artist of the Year (Sponsored by Mac Cosmetics) Kirsten Stanners
Lisa Muscat, Hamilton Brooks and Emiliano Vitale
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Create the look using the Magic Hour Collection from jane iredale!
Redken Express Styling Bar! Redken took to the road a few Fridays back in a specially decked out bus aptly named the Redken Express Styling Bar. Starting off at Moochi in Newmarket, it then made its way through to Stolen Girlfriends Club in Ponsonby â€“ before finally settling in at Viaduct Market Square. The styling bar provided free dry styles by Redkenâ€™s top NZ stylists and handed out samples of the new styling range. DJ Zeisha Fremaux provided some sweet beats to get everyone pumped up for their Friday night out!
Face For any blemishes or dark circles use jane iredale Active Light concealer to even skin tone using the Camouflage Brush or your fingers. Apply Smooth Affair Primer with Blending Brush. Apply Liquid Minerals of your colour choice with the Blending Brush. Spritz with D2O Hydration spray.
Cheeks Apply jane iredale In Love PurePressed Blush to cheeks using the Dome Brush and highlight with the NEW In Touch Highlighter in Comfort using the Foundation Brush. Contour with SoBronze-3 using the Dome Brush.
Eyes Using the jane iredale Camouflage Brush apply Petal Lid Primer to eye lids. Take the Chisel Shader Brush and apply the deep bronze shade from the NEW Golden Girl Eyeshadow Trio on the eye lid up to the crease. Contour with the rich gold shade and blend with the Crease Brush. Place the shimmery dusty rose shade under brow bone for extra highlighting. Apply 24K Gold Dust in the inner corner of the eye. Using your Angle Liner Brush, apply the NEW Black Jelly Gel Liner to the upper eye line. Apply White Eye Pencil on waterline followed by Lash Conditioner and Black Ice Longest Lash mascara.
Brows Touch up brows with the jane iredale Bitty Brow Kit or Brow Gel.
Lips Define lips with the jane iredale Spice Lip Pencil then apply the stain from the NEW Compulsion Lip Fixation. Wait 30 seconds & then apply the gloss on top of the stain.
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Great Lengths introduce App Tape Extensions!
Great Lengths Apps tape extensions, Great Lengths’ latest innovation, are easy-to-use, invisible tape extensions of the same high calibre, guilt free quality of Great Lengths keratin bond extensions. Great Lengths Apps use 100% Remy hair of the finest quality, sourced direct from Indian temples. In a religious offering known as tonsuring, willing devotees shave their heads and offer their hair to the Gods. Their temples take the hair and sell it to hair extension distributors. Great Lengths is the only hair extension company world-wide who directly oversees each step of the process and can trace back every single stand to the donor temple. The proceeds of the hair go to the temple and support both the community and the temple’s running costs. After the hair is purchased it then travels to Italy were it is pigmented and bundled. Through Great Lengths patented technology the hair molecules are lifted from the hair without harsh and damaging chemicals. This secret process is similar to how cashmere sweaters are dyed and, like cashmere, the integrity of the hair remains intact. From the darkest blacks to the most platinum blonds, the hair soft and silky to the touch without brittle dryness. There is no need for masking features such as silicone, and upon obtaining the right colour and tonality, the hair is sent to be hand mixed. After the delicate process of osmosis each bundle of re-pigmented hair is hand blended by colour specialists. The bundles are drawn and blended repeatedly by hand, adding depth and dimension to the colour. The bundles are then divided and delicately attached to the fine adhesive tape bonds. The finished Great Lengths App is the culmination of many months work, from the ethical sourcing straight through to t h e c u t t i n g - e d g e t e c h n o l o g y, all finished off by hand. The extensions arrive to you in pristine condition so that you may look your very best and feel even better. Great Lengths Apps carry dozens of shades for the perfect match to your hair. Natural looking extensions are easily achieved by mixing tones for a perfect blend. We also carry balayage and fashion c ol ou r s, all avai lable i n 4 0 c m length. These tapes are reusable and take minutes to apply.
Environ’s new high-tech facility in South Africa Environ Skincare’s mission has always been to research and develop products that are exceptionally beneficial to maintain healthy and beautiful skin. After many years in the planning, Environ have now officially opened their new world-class manufacturing facility with the intention to obtain MCC (Medicine Control Centre) accreditation for this facility -– this is the South African counterpart to the likes of the FDA and the TGA and means that the factory will adhere to GMP and will be considered fit to manufacture pharmaceuticals.. The new high tech facility is a whopping 13000sqm that boasts over 1000 lights, special windows to protect vitamins from degrading and a state of the art fingerprint reading system for staff access throughout the facility. A fully automated HVAC system ensures a more sterile environment along with intricate airlock systems between rooms and areas. A new filling line for AVST has been purchased which will fill 75 units per minute (compared to the current 20 units per minute). Michelle Woodyard, General Manager of PSB, NZ distributor of Environ says ‘This new facility is very exciting and a true innovation from Environ which continues to remain at the forefront of this industry. The latest technology and systems enables Environ to manufacture products of the highest standard efficiently for all Environ stockists and consumers throughout the world.’
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Anthony Bayer Toni&Guy, Ponsonby
Hair and Styling: Anthony Bayer Make up: Krystal Hayward Shoot Assistant: Bex Dodunski Photography: Wono Kim
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Mercedes-Benz fashion week Sydney - Desert Designs
“Inspired by the aesthetically Australian and spiritual SS14 collection, the hair look is very tribal with accents of natural elements and colours. The Desert Designs girl is ethereal and a world traveller that the braided, effortlessly glamorous look suits her perfectly.” Jayne Wild, ghd Hair Director. “This season Desert Designs brings together a conceptual collection for both men and women, exploring the themes love and water. We are excited to collaborate with ghd hair director Jayne Wild, creating a contemporary take on a tribal-inspired braid for our ‘Together, Towards the Water’ collection.” Jedda-Daisy Culley
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and Caroline Wels, designers. Our collection is inspired by three of Jimmy Pike’s stories. ‘Japingka’ depicts how people and spirits work together, harnessing the forces of nature to create waterholes. ‘Mangkja’ is a white bird from the Dreamtime, he is like an owl. ‘Mirnmirt’ is a sand drawing when a woman talks about marriage with a man, she draws this story in the sand. ‘Together, Towards the Water’ is a colourful, rich in landscape print collection that celebrates the universal sacredness of water and the effects this natural element has on our emotions.”
Create The Look with Jayne Wild: 1. Apply ghd total volume foam to freshly washed hair, this gives the hair body, texture and volume to work with. 2. Use a ghd air hair dryer and a ghd paddle brush to blow dry hair in vertical sections. 3. Using a ghd tail comb, create a centre part. 4. Taking two pieces of hair at the front of each section, add in coloured hair piece to the root by tying a knot in the front of the hair. 5. To create the reverse braid, split section into three then start adding side sections as in â€˜classicâ€™ corn row braiding, so that the braid sits at the top, until the ends of the hair are all braided. 6. Repeat on second section. 7. To finish, spray ghd final fix hairspray into the hair to hold and using ghd smooth and finish serum, smooth down any fly aways.
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Kingâ€™s Domain South Yarra, Melbourne
finalist Hair Expo Salon Design
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5 Top Stylists join Redken’s elite international artist network!
These newly-inducted industry rock stars are: Auckland’s Dry & Tea senior stylist Zoe Clark, Gracious senior stylist Chantelle Kitt, Blaze senior stylist Natasha Boustridge, Raven stylist Levi Wilson and Kylie Hayes, part-owner of Dunedin’s Moha Morrison Hayes Hairdressing. They will join existing long-term Redken Artists Mana Dave, Kelly Latu and Tim Riwhi, who will lead the New Zealand team. The global Redken artist network is dedicated to enhancing the skills of every salon professional. Redken artists are renowned for their common elements that link artists throughout the world. Whether it’s an in-salon class, a session at the Redken Exchange or a sold-out event at the Symposium, the principles that form Redken’s foundations are all self-evident, impersonal, universal, inspiring, enlightening and empowering. Selected following months of screening, the new five had to put together extensive audition packets in addition to undergoing an intensive panel interview and likeability assessments by Redken directors. New Zealand National Education Manager Kyla Rose says they wowed with their expertise, energy and edge. “They are talented industry professionals who have demonstrated creativity, passion and innovation in their
the Redken Artist Connection. For three days they undertook a training programme to improve their technical, business and communications skills. Each participated in extensive information and training sessions and had the chance to unite and share their knowledge and passion with some of Australasia’s top industry talent. Award-winning Dunedin-based hairdresser Kylie Hayes says the Redken Artist Connection was one of the most inspiring experiences of her career. “Overwhelmed, excited and nervous” when she discovered she’d made the cut to be a Redken artist, Kylie says she felt honoured to be in the company of such a talented band of hair professionals. The Redken energy is second to none. You are in an environment of hugely passionate and talented people, all with the purpose to share and grow alongside one another.” One of Hayes’ most insightful moments at Redken Artist Connection came from a session with Redken’s New York-based Director of Training John Stellato. “John asked the room to rate themselves on a scale of one to 10. The exercise recognised self-doubt, but made people realise that we are all worthy 10s and that we should look at our peers as 10s too,” Hayes says.
profession,” Rose says. “We’re excited to help them reach their full potential and build on their amazing talent so they in turn can grow their personal resources to inspire their teams and the wider community.” Demonstrating just how much the artists mean to Redken, the five were recently flown to Melbourne to participate in
Hayes, who has represented New Zealand in Paris and has won numerous awards, says anyone with a passion for hair can be a success in the industry. “Surround yourself with the people you aspire to be like, have the thirst to learn from them but most important always share your knowledge to help others succeed,” Hayes says.
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Hair: Jo Bellamy, Sydney Photographer: Karla Majnaric Make-up: Isabella Schimid Stylist: Emma Cotterill
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Wellington Fashion Week - Moochi Autumn/Winter 14
Sexy, feminine and timeless hair, decades apart but still on-trend best described Moochi’s Wellington Fashion Week show. Modern takes on a ‘60s classic and a nod to the ‘90s, hairstyles created
softly backcombed at the root area and finished with a sprinkle of Redken Powder Grip 03. The hair was then swept slightly across the forehead and
by Redken Artist, Dry & Tea senior stylist, Zoe Clark, working hand in hand with the Moochi design team to enhance the label’s stunning winter 2014 collection. “Moochi is always about making women feel confident and chic,” says Clark. “These looks are about creating street style with an edge and really complementing the detailing of the clothing and fabrics.” A ‘60s-inspired low ponytail was the perfect look to kick off the show. “This ponytail is a fashion statement in itself - it’s an effortlessly cool look,” says Clark.
gathered into the low ponytail. A final spray of Redken Control Addict 28 gave the perfect night-time shine. The second look – a half topknot - was inspired by the hugely popular ‘90s style. With the corners of the eyes as a guide, a triangle section of hair was taken from the top of the head with Redken Quick Tease 15 added at the root area and blow-dried to create volume and texture. A sprinkle of Redken Powder Grip 03 was then added to give a matte ‘lived-in’ finish and feel. Hair was then pulled through a tie, finishing with a loop to create a topknot, with the ends of the hair left out. To enhance the ‘lived-in’ feel, another sprinkle of Redken Powder Grip 03 was added at the root of the remaining hair with a light spray of Redken Fashion Waves 07. “I’m a big fan of the topknot and I love this cute new hybrid hairstyle,” says Clark. “This has a more natural, slightly grungy feel that is very on-trend. Leaving some hair around the neck, just felt right for that winter look.”
Create the looks with Zoe Clarke: The hair was blow dried straight using Redken Pillow Proof Blow Dry Express Primer followed by Redken Duo Shield 07 Protecting Gel Cream to provide control and shine. Using the arch of the eyebrow as a guide, a deep side part was shaped and taken back just past the crown. The triangular section was then clipped aside, with the remaining hair pulled in to a low ponytail tied at the nape of the neck. Redken Quick Tease 15 was applied to the roots of the initial triangular section and blow-dried in to the hair before being
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Spa at the Pullman - Auckland Having enjoyed several functions at the Pullman Hotel over the years, I was eagerly looking forward to experiencing their fabulous ‘Spa at the Pullman’ which was successfully relaunched in 2012. Last year it was rated by Tripadvisor as being one of the 10 best Spa’s in the South Pacific while this year is the only New Zealand finalist in the ‘Best Luxury Hotel Spa’ category for the 2014 Luxury Spa Awards. When I rang to make my booking I was pleasantly surprised to hear that not only was valet parking included, but that I was also welcome to arrive early and relax in the plunge pool/steam room. Unfortunately being on a fairly tight schedule, I had to leave the swim for another time. But definitely an additional benefit! At reception I was provided with dressing gown, slippers and disposable underwear. After changing I was shown through to the main Spa area and offered refreshments. After taking me through to my treatment room my therapist then explained to me how my Spa Ritual was going to work and the various steps she would take me through over the next 90 minutes. What I was about to experience was a Thalgo Polynesia Spa Ritual, a de-stressing massage using vanilla bean oil sourced right from the beautiful islands of Tahiti. Scented vanilla candles also added ambience to the room. The first part of the ritual consisted of an exfoliating skin scrub using sand and oils. I was then wrapped in foil to help my body preserve heat and assist the exfoliation process. Then a relaxing head massage followed before it was off the shower to clean up! Back on the table again the main massage started, very soothing flowing back and forward like the ebb of the tide, a more relaxing feel rather than invigorating. Finally heated soft bags of sand were gently pounded over my body, to simulate circulation. The final stage was the application of a beautiful gold oil over my arms and upper chest, wow!
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As always it all seems to come to an end way to soon and I came out feeling refreshed, totally relaxed and floating on air! I took time out to take a moment and sit, savour the experience and enjoy a lovely cup of Lemongrass tea, before joining the rat race again! Will I be back? Absolutely!
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The secret sauce to business success! Malcolm Gibbons - Salon Business Guru
In this article I’m going to tell you why just setting goals won’t work, and then I’m going to show you what you need to do so that they will work for you, and only then will they work in harmony with you getting what you want – (this is the secret sauce to your business success) So you’ve heard this right? In business (and Life) it is important to have goals… in fact you’ve probably heard it many times over and over! Your mum has told you, your teachers, you’ve seen it on the telly, you’ve read it in countless books, you have watched “The Secret” where it is inferred that “everything one wants or needs can be satisfied by believing in an outcome, repeatedly thinking about it, and maintaining positive emotional states to “attract” the desired outcome”. You’ve heard about the ‘Law of Attraction’ that subscribes to a theory of vibrational attraction… to the extent that belief is “like attracts like” and that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, one can bring about positive or negative results. This belief is based on the idea that people and their thoughts are both made from “pure energy”, and the belief that like energy attracts By knowing exactly what you want to achieve, you should then like energy. know where you have to concentrate your efforts. You’ll also Now to some extent these theories may or may not be that quickly spot the distractions that can, and sometimes easily, lead true, but I’m not here to argue or debunk their merits, no – what you astray. I’m hoping to do in this article is to get you – yes I’m talking to Have I said enough to convince you that having a dream, you Mr or Mrs business owner… to get you to realise that you vision or at least some idea of where you want to go AND you need to set goals, or targets, or aims or whatever the hell you want have set some goals around that is a good idea? Like I told you at to call them, but you need to set some, you need to have some the beginning – I’m going to tell you why just setting goals won’t things that you’re aspiring to achieve or at least working towards work… and here’s the reason… Although setting goals is a BIG AND that’s not all, keep reading and I’ll tell you why just doing step towards a desired outcome… the mere fact of just having set this won’t work, and then I’m going to show you what you need to them won’t work - unless you then see to the next step, and that do so that they will work for you! Are you up for that? Great then is creating a PLAN on how you’ll expect to achieve them. read on… There are many reasons why even when we do set goals, we I work with many business owners who feel as if they’re adrift don’t achieve them. Sometimes the goals we set are unrealistic. in the business – I often use the analogy that they are feeling like New Year’s resolutions are typical examples. Suddenly, we expect a cork in a spa pool! They work hard, but they don’t seem to get to change the way we eat, or the way we exercise just because the anywhere worthwhile, they continue to struggle, much like a cork calendar changes. It’s like expecting a child that’s never ridden a bouncing around against the bubbles, and to some extent being bike to suddenly jump on and go, or to run a marathon without reactionary to which way the months of training. These bubble bounces them, also, goals are based on illusion problems just seem to make If you always do what you’ve always done, with little regard to natural a beeline straight for them. growth. you’ll always get what you’ve always got. They are somewhat aimless Another HUGE reason in what they are doing, not we don’t achieve our goals is knowing what the day will bring... Are you getting the picture? because we tend to set and forget them… now, that can work on Does it sound a bit like you? Do you wonder what the day will an automatic oven, or a washing machine… we can set and forget bring, rather than bringing something to the day? Anyway… what time we want our dinner to start cooking before getting I’ve figured out that a fundamental reason they feel this way home, or the laundry to start so we can wake up to it being done is that they haven’t spent enough time dreaming about, thinking ready to peg on the line, because the next steps are programmed about, or writing about what they want from the business, thus in the system and the machine just gets on with doing what it has they haven’t articulated their vision nor set themselves any formal been programmed to do, imagine if there was no program set up goals and are aimless and direction-less. Think about it, would in the machines, that’s right, there would be cold, raw dinners and you head off on a major trip with no idea of where you’re going? unwashed clothes… so, it transpires for us to achieve our goals we I bet not! “If you don’t know where you’re going, who knows, need to program the next steps into our system too. you may already be there” - and you can quote me on that - but So, how do we set and achieve goals? Stephen R. Covey says they sure do hit the nail on the head when it comes to the results it best in his book “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”. “To begin they’re getting because they have no goals. with the end in mind means to start with a clear understanding of The truth of the matter is that Goal setting is an extremely your destination. It means to know where you’re going so that you powerful process for working to get your ideal business, and for better understand where you are now and so that the steps you motivating you to turn your vision into a reality. The process of take are always in the right direction.” setting goals helps you choose where you want to go in business. The operative part of this statement is “So the steps you take
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are in the right direction”. And as I said I’d tell you earlier, the secret sauce to achieving your goals is having appropriate steps to take that lead you to your end result. And that’s where many people fall down, they don’t PLAN the steps or do anything different to what they have been doing in the past, which brings me to my all-time favourite
Strategic planning is the key to helping you gain control of the future and the destiny of your business and provides you with a road-map to achieving your dream business
saying – ‘If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.’ To have change happen, you need to plan to make change happen! We need to understand that Planning helps you set a course for the achievement of your goals. “Planning to plan” is often the single most important component in effective business planning. Spending some thoughtful time preparing to create your plan identifying goals, stating some business objectives, evaluating current and future processes, and considering your “vision” or purpose for your business – all will result in a tightly focused plan. For those of you believing planning to be a daunting task, proper preparation makes the process much more simplified. The consideration needed for planning is to actually do something, yes, many people want different or better results but are not doing anything different or better to get them. You need to pick some well thought out strategies to implement along with the varying tactics you’ll use to get them. It’s worth mentioning that you need to continue to test and measure your strategies and tactics, many business owners continue to spend good money on tactics that aren’t working, but because they are not measuring results, they have no idea they’re not. Now, instead of reacting to unexpected changes (called crisis management) start to plan and anticipate and prepare for them. Businesses caught off guard, spend heaps of time and energy “playing catch up”, they use up their energy coping with immediate problems with little energy left to anticipate and prepare for the next challenges. This vicious cycle locks many businesses into a reactive position. It doesn’t have to be that way. The alternative is called strategic planning which provides a viable alternative to crisis management. Strategic planning is the key to helping you gain control of the future and the destiny of your business and provides you with a roadmap to achieving your dream business – whatever that looks like to you. So if you are setting goals and hoping to achieve them through some miracle of nature without actually planning and taking action on that plan then you will continue to get what you’ve always got, but if you want change and more success, then a strategic plan with actionable tactics is the answer, and for help with that process, contact me on 021 210 8950. Malcolm Gibbons is a salon business guru who loves working with salon owners and specialises in helping them go from tired, stressed out and overwhelmed to having a motivated engaged team, high quality customers and a fun successful business. Visit www.shockconsult.co.nz to download a copy of his free 7 Mistakes Salon Owners Make Report.
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The Star – The New Home For Hair Expo’s Gala Nights!
Hair Expo gala nights are renowned for being visual feasts that showcase the industry’s hottest talent. And this year as part of Hair Expo’s new Glebe Island Convention Centre relocation, the gala nights are getting an upgrade to Sydney’s most prestigious entertainment venue, The Star – conveniently located in the Darling Harbour precinct, minutes from the Exhibition Centre via a taxi or free bus service. Home to Sydney’s première red carpet events, such as the ARIAs, Dally M Awards and AACTA Actors Awards, the 2014 Hair Expo gala evenings will not only showcase the very best in the hair talent stakes, but also offer a one stop destination to keep you entertained well through the night. Encompassing a range of delights, ranging from pre-show dining to post-show partying, The Star is jam-packed with some of Sydney’s best entertainment options. Get set to be blown away by a show stopping line up of talent and a range of after hour amusements at this year’s Hair Expo Gala Nights.
Saturday Night Opening Gala - June 7 sponsored by Wella Professionals Opening this year’s Saturday night show is the anticipated gala performance by current Australian Hairdresser of the Year, Frank Apostolopoulos. Known for his precision cutting skills and creativity, experience his amazing talent first hand in his unique presentation, Case Study. Next up, current New Zealand Hairdresser of the Year, Sara Allsop’s solo show, Leather Tuscadero will see her spectacular personal vision take centre stage. Sponsored by industry powerhouse, Wella Professionals, the night will then take a dynamic international turn with Russian hairdressing extraordinaire, Dmitry Vinokurov. Renowned for his legendary performances on some of the world’s biggest stages, Dmitry will bring his experience in working for high-end fashion houses such as Nina Ricci, Kenzo and Hugo Boss, to ignite the Hair Expo stage with artistic flair.
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Sunday Night GenerationNext Gala - June 8 sponsored by AVEDA If that wasn’t enough excitement for one year, the GenNext Gala kicks off on Sunday night. Beginning with a fast paced series of nine breathtaking performances, The Gen Next Project opens the night sponsored by Excellent Edges and mentored by Sharon Blain and The Art of Hair team – see some of the hottest talent of tomorrow present their art live on stage. Hosted by the one and only Tabatha Coffey, the evening will also showcase shows by Bach Hair; the L’Oréal ID Team; La Biosthetique Nouveau Talent; Sloans; Stevie English, The Art of Hair and the UK FAME Team. The night culminates with a main act by globally renowned creative phenomenon, Antoinette Beenders, in an AVEDA sponsored show. Come and play at The Greatest Show on Mother Earth – an awe-inspiring, gravity-defying spectacle that will merge beauty, fashion and environmentalism in one. Prepare to be delighted with a show of grand proportions filled with stunts, couture, amusement and avant-garde hair.
Monday Night Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards Gala Dinner - June 9 Monday night brings the 2014 Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards, providing an exhilarating end to the Hair Expo weekend. The pinnacle of the Australian and New Zealand hairdressing calendar, this is the region’s longest running and most prestigious awards – now in its 29th year. Hosted by former Australian Idol presenter and current Studio 10 TV host, James Mathison, the night will begin in style with a Schwarzkopf Professional show spectacular before the awaited annual award announcements. Make sure you pack your dancing shoes as celebrations continue on at the official After-Party, taking place at Sydney hotspot, Marquee Night Club located at The Star (entry included in Gala ticket).
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There was an Aura around ghd’s INDUSTRY Showcase! g h d ’s I N D U S T RY e v e n t s a w J a y n e W i l d along with Mana Dave and the ghd NZ Next Generation team showcase the latest in styling and cutting as well as an exclusive preview of the latest innovation from ghd. Jayne and Mana wowed with the latest hair and fashion trends, looks inspired by Autumn/ Winter fashion weeks, with clothes by Toni Maticevski, RUBY & Liam and twentyseven names. Attendees were treated to an exclusive preview of the latest technological innovation from Robert Kovacs, the ghd aura dryer. Demonstrating that ghd aura is a truly new styling and drying experience, Jane and Mana imparted their unique and invaluable knowledge, passion and insights. “They’ve done it again! After wowing us with ‘air’, they’ve upped the anti! ghd aura is quieter, lighter and more powerful. It really only takes seconds to realise you have something special in your hands. The reactions from hairdressers we worked with at Industry were amazing.” said ghd ambassador Jayne Wild. ghd guest artist Mana Dave was also won over by ghd auraTM saying, “There’s a lot about the Aura that I love, but my favourite element has to be the Cool-Wall technology. The ring of cool air that it creates, pumps up the shine factor and smooths it out big time - it makes the hair feel expensive.” T h e g h d N Z N e x t G e n e r a t i o n Te a m , consisting of Terry Whaitiri, Shane Beveridge, Natasha Boustridge and Hazel Newman, also took to the stage. With the revolutionary ghd eclipse styler they each created incredible hair looks based on their own individual style inspirations, truly captivating the audience.
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Brad Lepper travels to India to join the AU/NZ Sebastian artistic team! Top Auckland Stylist Brad Lepper from Revolver Studio, joined Lisa Muscat from é SALON in New Delhi as part of the AU/NZ Sebastian artistic team. They had the pleasure of meeting artists from various other countries including Japan, China, Taiwan and of course India, at the Wella Professionals Studio. T hey w er e all m e nt or e d by Se ba st i a n International artist Anthony Cole from New York, on the next season’s looks and in particular the two new Sebastian Collections, which Brad and Lisa will be showcasing back here in New Zealand and Australia. “ We covered exciting new cutting techniques never seen before.” Said Brad. Wella Professionals had flown in young stylists from some of the best salons in India to be inspired and learn from the Sebastian artistic team. Brad and Lisa contributed and participated in a showcase where they presented one look each to an audience of over 80 student hairdressers. What they set out to achieve was to demonstrate Sebastian cutting and styling techniques and to inspire their audience to walk away and create something different, pushing their own creativity! The next day the 80 students were split into two classes and divided between all the artists; it was their turn to create something that inspired them from the day before, or try new techniques which they may not have seen before or just needed to practice. “It was all about 100% education and giving back to the industry the lasted trends on styling and cutting. I spent 10 days in India, educating, doing a photoshoot and interviews with the local magazines.” Said Brad. After 8 days the artist group split up and went to various cities. Lisa went to Chennai and Brad travelled down to Bangalore in southern India, where he did two more education showcases featuring high editorial looks before conducting
interviews with local bloggers and magazines. One thing that impressed Brad was that the Indian stylists attending were genuinely thirsty for knowledge and were very eager to learn. When you consider the size of population of India, as opposed to New Zealand, they felt special and really appreciated being selected to be there! New Zealand Stylists need to appreciate just how well off they are here! Look out for the Sebastian INSPIRE showcases featuring Brad Lepper coming your way soon! Invercargill August 18th Christchurch October 6th Dunedin November 3rd Auckland November 10th Wellington November 18th
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HANDCRAFTED by Rodney Wayne Rodney Wayne’s new winter campaign Handcrafted, comprises of five chic and cheerful looks. Each image evokes the sensation of sheer contentment when stepping out of the salon. Paris Punk, Fresh Powder, Hello Handsome, Sixties for Now and Fishtailastic serve as a fresh incentive to renew bounce and vivaciousness to your hair and wellbeing. Driven by Rodney Wayne creative director Richard Kavanagh with assistance by Rodney Wayne art team members Adrine Singh, Matt Butcher and top L’Oréal Professionnel colour technician, Stephanie Booth. Shot in Sydney by renowned fashion photographer Stephen Chee, directed by top creative Lachlan McPherson. Richard Kavanagh says “what makes you feel better than new hair? A new colour, a complete change or even just a freshen up can make you feel alive, rejuvenated and happy. This winter brighten up your life with playful hair that moves with you - no matter the weather.” “Because everyone is uniquely beautiful, we take the time to listen and care about what’s right for you as well as your lifestyle,” adds founder Rodney Wayne.
Fresh Powder The soft powdery blonde is reminiscent of fresh fallen snow. Go blonde and you’re healthy and alive looking. Long hair is cut blunt with soft shape around the face, handcrafted to maximise movement and beauty. Get inspired by this look: Global lightener and tone, prescribed Fusio Dose ritual, shampoo, shape and finish from $240. Pricing depends on the length, colour and condition of your hair.
Brighten up your winter with playful punk colour in acid yellow. This is the new punk; sophisticated but cool and celebrates feminine strength while embracing androgyny. Get inspired by this look: Global lightener and semi-permanent colour, prescribed Fusio Dose ritual, shampoo, shape and finish from $260 (hairchalks temporary colour may also be suitable for you). Pricing depends on length, colour and condition of hair.
A sharp look, shorter in the back and sides, casually pushed back on top is perfect for work, sport or a night out. Show them you care by keeping yourself well styled. Add colour to brighten up dull winter hair, just keep it cool and masculine. Get inspired by this look: Shampoo, shape and finish from $50, add extra dimension with subtle colour from $40. Pricing depends on the length, colour and condition of your hair.
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Sixties for Now The quintessential ‘it girl’ look for winter ’14. This short, bouncy, rounded shape is reminiscent of the ‘60s and full of joy, freedom and playfulness. Get a handcrafted shape with rounded edges and heavy bangs, make it glow with a rich chocolate colour suited to your skin tone and keep it shiny by blow drying with a round brush. Get inspired by this look: Multi-tonal colour, prescribed Fusio Dose ritual and a shampoo, shape and finish from $170. Pricing depends on the length, colour and condition of your hair.
Fishtailtastic The perfect mix of effortless and done. The herringbone or fishtail braid is a delicate and intricate look, kept fresh and modern with wispy texture. In shades of rose gold, this is the look for long hair this winter. Get inspired by this look: The ideal up-do from just $50. Pricing excludes shampoo and depends on the length and condition of your hair. This winter embrace the joy of you with a new season look. Visit your nearest Rodney Wayne salon and get motivated for change by the Handcrafted winter 2014 campaign.
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Hannah Wilkes, owner of Felix Culpa, operated out of a container after the earthquakes as part of the Revival Bars complex on Victoria Street. After a year the salon became so popular it soon outgrew the unique space as two new stylists and themselves could hardly fit in the container! Hannah and her husband Daniel have opened a much bigger salon in the building next door to the container and moved in April 2013. Felix Culpa has now grown to 6 stylists and one apprentice. The salon is renowned for their unusual marketing
campaigns and twice a year they put together a photoshoot of all the stylists at Felix Culpa and put that image on the back of a bus. It helps to create interest in who these stylists are, as the photoshoots are always a bit quirky and edgy. The salon continues to go from strength to strength with Felix Culpa being highly commended in the prestigious L’Oréal Colour Trophy Salon Team Award. Just to add to their glory, Jem was chosen to be part of the L’Oréal id team this year.
Amy Connolly, Monique woods, Hannah Wilkes, Lyndsay miller, Jem Smalley and Alex Hopkins
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L’Oréal Hairdressing Industry Report
Photo: L’Oréal Professionnel The scale and economic power of New Zealand’s hairdressing community has been revealed for the first time in the inaugural L’Oréal Hairdressing Industry Report. The report shows Kiwi women are spending more on their hair per visit than ever before and the number of young people entering the industry is growing. The result of months of industry research and surveying the report shows 8,000 hairdressers and 1,200 apprentices are now employed in New Zealand. Together they create an annual turnover of $0.6 billion - more than each of retail giants The Briscoes Group (Briscoes, Rebel Sport and Living and Giving) and Hallensteins Glassons. The large consumer market turnover is the result of an increasing spend per visit by Kiwi women. The report reveals an average spend of $161 for a cut, colour and blow dry – with an average visit rate of every nine weeks for a haircut and every four months for a colour. L’Oréal New Zealand Professional Products Division General Manager Gary Marshall says the industry is in good health, despite the economic recession of the past few years. “The number of visits per woman has reduced slightly over that time but the overall industry revenue is stable because of increased spend,” he says. “Almost 30 per cent of New Zealand women now rank hair as their top day-to-day beauty priority. It’s a necessity, not just a luxury.” The health of the industry is reflected in the growing number of young people training to become hairdressers – 17 per cent more qualified in 2012 than the year before. Of the 1,200 apprentices in 2012, 80 per cent were under the age of 25 and many were direct school-leavers.
“It’s a career that offers travel, the ability to start your own business and lifelong learning,” says Marshall. “But it’s also fiercely competitive due to low-entry costs and the rivalry in securing and retaining customers.” The industry is dominated by independent owners who have weathered the economic storm by driving customer loyalty and adapting to meet increased demands from clients. The L’Oréal report shows time-pressured New Zealanders are increasingly looking for express products and greater levels of customer service as salons move toward more spalike environments. It has long been known that women reveal much to their hairdressers, but the depth of that client relationship may have been underestimated. Customer insights reveal women want to “fall in love” with their hairdresser and feel guilty when they “cheat” on a regular stylist. Profiled within the report are many of the country’s top stylists who say exceptional service is as important as a great result to ensure customer loyalty. L’Oréal is the world’s leading cosmetic, skin care and hair care company. In New Zealand, it employs 192 staff including nationwide area managers and educators who work to create a strong brand presence for L’Oréal products and services.
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Congratulations to our 2014 Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards finalists New Zealand Hairdresser of the Year!
Jock Robson, Dharma
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Pacific Resort Aitutaki It was with great excitement and anticipation as we boarded the Air Rarotonga jet-prop Saab 340 for our 45 minute journey to one of the most beautiful islands in the world... Aitutaki. Just 230 kilometres north of Rarotonga, we were there before we knew it. As we were landing, the views from the air of the spectacular turquoise lagoon were simply stunning and quite frankly, something that we will treasure for quite some time to come. Aitutaki is one of the 40 ‘Unforgettable Places to See Before You Die’ according to the best selling travel guide by Steve Davey. After a lovely traditional ei greeting upon our arrival, it was a short ride to our holiday destination, the magnificent 5 Star Pacific Resort Aitutaki. Pacific Resort Aitutaki has won numerous awards including the Supreme Award at the Air New Zealand Cook Island Tourism Awards and Australasia’s Leading Luxury Boutique Resort 2013 at the World Travel Awards. In TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2014, the resort was named in three categories including Top 25 Luxury Hotels in the South Pacific. We were met by the Duty Manager who very kindly gave us a quick guided tour of Hotel and then she showed us to our amazing bungalow right on the beach! The Resort consists of 27 absolute beach-front Bungalows, Suites and Villas all with sweeping views of the world famous Lagoon. It didn’t take us long to adjust to being in paradise! Right outside our Bungalow on the white sandy beach is where Air New Zealand filmed its new Promotional video just days before we arrived! It was about that time of the day, so we decided to check out the Black Rock Café & Bar down by the pool and we were pleasantly surprised to see on the blackboard that ‘Binnie’ was the special cocktail of the day! Well of course we had to try one or two... Fabulous! It was wonderful to kick back and just relax around the pool before booking in at the Rapae Restaurant for dinner. We both went for the Lamb Rack - delicious. The food, wine list and service were absolutely first class!
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Our secret island getaway! There is nothing quite like waking up completely refreshed and straight into an early morning stroll along the beach with virtually no one around and the feel of sand between your toes! It’s easy to see why Weddings and Honeymoons are so popular here... It really is the perfect place for romance! Flippers & goggles were included in our room so we could go snorkelling in the Lagoon. Kayaks are also available for use by guests as well as bicycles for those keen on exploring the rest of the island. After a delicious breakfast at the Rapae restaurant, where you can order whatever takes your fancy as it’s all included in the cost of your stay, we decided to treat ourselves to a relaxing ‘Couples Massage’ at the hotel’s exclusive Spa. Named Tiare after the famous Tahitian flower, we found the Spa discreetly tucked away just off the main hotel foyer. Greeted by our two lovely therapists, we were soon made to feel at ease. We enjoyed a traditional Cool Islands Te Tika Healing massage using healing oils and deep long flowing holistic massage techniques that improve general well being. The massage oil used by the therapists, contained a massive 30% Bio Active Healing Oil produced in the Cook Islands scented with geranium, lemon myrtle & peppermint. Apparently it assists with improving skin tone & reducing impurities. I think we both agreed that out of 10, we would give it a 91/2! It certainly was one of the more therapeutic massages we have ever had! We relayed our experience to the Canadian couple in the Bungalow next door and they went straight down to the Spa and booked in! Unfortunately our adventure in paradise came to an end far too soon and we found ourselves saying goodbye to this remarkable island and to our stay at the amazing Pacific Resort Aitutaki. I can only say this, if you are looking for the ultimate getaway to completely chill out and recharge your batteries while enjoying unsurpassed luxury then Pacific Resort Aitutaki is the place for you! We cannot wait to go back, maybe we will see you there next time?
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Stelio Papas Artistic Team Make-up Artist: Penny Antuar Fashion Stylist: Tamzen Holland Photographer: Glen Krohn
Model: Kirsty Patterson Hairstylist: Rose Di Battista/ Santina Fazio Colourist: Santina Fazio
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Model: Mary ann Lu Hairstylist: Tim Di Carlo / Erin Gibson Colourist: Santina Fazio
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Model: Morgan Thomas Hairstylist: Tim Di Carlo Colourist: Santina Fazio
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Model : Savanah Watson Stylist: Tim Di Carlo Colourist : Erin Gibson
Model: Tien Chung Hairstylist: Melodie Ngyuen Colourist: Rose Di Battista
Model: Christa Miuoni Hairstylist: Tim Di Carlo/ Rose Di Battista Colourist: Erin Gibson
Model: Mary Ann Lu Hairstylist: Tim Di Carlo Colourist : Santina Fazio
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2014 Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards finalists!
New Creative Force – Judges recognition
On March 11th in Sydney, the who’s who of Australian and New Zealand hairdressing came together to discover the finalists for the coveted 2014 Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards. Finalists were announced during a ritzy cocktail reception held in one of the repurposed train bays of the Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh.
Apprentice/Student of the Year – Finalist
New Zealand Hairdresser of the Year
Patrick Ryan Wild Life Hair, Milsons Point NSW Sienna Prince-Rankin Wild Life Hair, Milsons Point NSW Steffi Tanian Chumba Concept Salon, Windsor VIC Carla Cornista Sloans of Lane Cove, Lane Cove NSW Tahlya Loveday Toni & Guy, Paddington NSW Tiffany Thurtell Original A, Paddington NSW
Sara Allsop Dharma, Mount Eden, Auckland Jock Robson Dharma, Mount Eden, Auckland Mana Dave Blaze, Newmarket, Auckland Michael Beel Buoy Hairdressing, Wellington
Australian Hairdresser of the Year finalists:
Paloma Rose Garcia Oscar Oscar Salons, Paddington NSW Anthony Nasr Joey Scandizzo Salon, South Yarra VIC Julia Cockman Pierrot’s Hair Studio, Kalamunda WA Jason Fassbender Parlour Hair Unley, Malvern SA Mandy Kingsman Toni & Guy, Paddington NSW Richi Grisillo Toni & Guy, Paddington NSW
Tiah Nebauer Bach Hair, Paddington NSW Amanda Tua Noddys On King, Newtown NSW Simone Menenti e’ SALON, Wahroonga NSW Monique Veyret Stevie English Hair, Bondi Junction NSW
Apprentice/Student of the Year – Judges’ recognition
Frank Apostolopoulos from Biba, VIC Joey Scandizzo from Joey Scandizzo Salon, VIC Dmitri Papas from Papas and Pace, NSW Caterina DiBiase from Heading Out Hair & Beauty, VIC When judging this category, the decision is based on both the entrant’s photographic collection and an in depth submission that outlines factors such as their integrity, peer recognition, entrepreneurial success, education and contribution to the advancement of the industry. Winners in the 2014 Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards will be announced at a gala extravaganza on Monday June 9, 2014 at Sydney’s premier event destination – The Star. The Awards are the hairdressing industry’s night of nights and the grand finale of the annual Hair Expo weekend.
Colour Technician of the Year
Education Organisation of the Year
Vic Piccolotto Mieka Hairdressing, Collingwood VIC Justin Pace Papas and Pace, Brisbane QLD Vincent Nobile Headcase Hair, Paddington NSW Michael Kelly Oscar Oscar Salons, Paddington NSW
Biba Academy, Fitzroy VIC Servilles Academy, Auckland NZ
BORIS The Cuttery, Norwood SA Inch, Randwick NSW Kings Domain Barbershop, South Yarra VIC Uva Hair Salon, Prahan VIC
Salon Team of the Year Wild Life Hair, Milsons Point NSW Noddys on King, Newtown NSW e’ Salon, Wahroonga NSW D&M Hair Design Auckland NZ
Session Stylist of the Year Richard Kavanagh DLM Management & Rodney Wayne, Torak VIC Lauren McCowan Haircare Australia, Bondi Beach NSW
Educator of the Year
Danielle Solier Xiang Hair, Melbourne VIC Belinda Keeley Chumba Concept Salon, Windsor VIC
Tracey Hughes Tracey Hughes Education, Collingwood VIC Jules Tognini AKA Togninis, Fortitude Valley QLD Lorna Evans Lorna Evans Education, South Frankston VIC Lyndal Salmon Biba Academy, Fitzroy VIC
Emerging Hairdresser of the Year
Excellence In Marketing
Malisa Masci Masci Hair and Spa, Eltham VIC Maria Unali s.81, St Claire NSW Ali Homes Wild Life Hair SoGo, Surry Hills NSW Jamie Furlan Xiang Hair, Melbourne VIC
Bach Hair, Chelmer QLD Muk Haircare, Keilor Park VIC Pierrot’s Hair Studio, Kalamunda WA Show Pony Professional Hair Extensions, Ashmore City, QLD
Men’s Hairdresser of the Year
Business Performance of the Year
Uros Mikic Kinky Curly Straight, Stepney SA Tony Wilson Raven Haircutters Auckland NZ Jules Tognini AKA Togninis, Fortitude Valley QLD Nephen Pepin Wild Life Hair SoGo, Surry Hills NSW
Muk Haircare, Keilor Park VIC Show Pony Professional Hair Extensions, Ashmore City, QLD EcoHeads, Bondi Junction NSW Sharon Blain Art of Education Bootcamp, Beecroft NSW
New Creative Force – Finalist
Photographic Collection of the Year
Lisa Muscat e’ Salon, Wahroonga NSW Jules Tognini aka Togninis, Fortitude Valley QLD Jordon Hone Sloans of Lane Cove, Lane Cove NSW Hermiz Daniel Joey Scandizzo Salon, South Yarra VIC
Caterina DiBiase Heading Out Hair & Beauty, Fitzroy VIC Frank Apostolopoulos Biba, Fitzroy VIC Dmitri Papas Papas and Pace, Brisbane QLD Hermiz Daniel Joey Scandizzo Salon, South Yarra VIC
Colour Technician of the Year – Judges’ recognition
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Structure at INDUSTRY The Structure showcase focussed on how to produce an inspirational photoshoot. Guest artists were Chinney Yeap from Dharma and the incredibly talented Karina Gollins from Karina Grace Hairdressing in Palmerston North. The seminar was a guide to the tips and tricks of bringing life to a vision. Featuring well known Auckland photographer Fiona Quinn, subjects covered included preparation of your model, clothing, styling and finishing. A photographic stage was set up to capture the finished models and the results were amazing!
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Hair: Kylie Hayes Styling: Kylie Hayes Makeup: Kylie Hayes, Xanthe Gutschlag Photography: Rosanne Donaldson Models: Sjaan Askwith, Eleanor Moore Annelise Scott, Xanthe Gutschlag Stacey Jackson, Alice Williams
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Transform Your Skin with Environ - 12 Week Challenge! PSB are excited to announce that they will be holding a nationwide 12 week Consumer Competition in May. During May through to August, Environ salons will take part in the ‘Transform Your Skin’ Challenge by signing up their customers to a 12 week Starter Pack and working alongside them with a treatment plan throughout the duration of the competition.
‘We felt this was a great way to include both the customer and the salon and a chance to educate the public on various aspects of the skin and how they should best care for it.’ Says Emma Wilson, Sales & Marketing Manager for PSB. Each week entrants will receive helpful skin tips by email when they sign up for their Starter Pack and go into the draw to win up to $4,000 in prizes, including a year’s supply of Environ products! There will be additional prizes for the winning therapist/ clinic, including Boh Runga jewellery and editorial mentions in magazines. The competition will be judged by a panel that includes Dr Ernst Eiselen, Environ International Technical Advisor and well known NZ beauty editor and author Jenna Moore. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Black Sheep Brands New distributor for Paul Mitchell in New Zealand
The iconic Paul Mitchell professional products brand is set for a new lease of life in New Zealand, with a change of New Zealand distributor. The much-loved collection, established in the 1980s by the late hairdressing guru Paul Mitchell and current CEO John Paul DeJoria, will be the spearhead brand of a new Christchurch-based distribution company, Black Sheep Brands. From May 2014 all Paul Mitchell product distribution will be handled by the new company, which has been founded by the owners of the successful distribution company Boutique Brands. Watch this space for the names of other exciting professional brands that will join the Black Sheep flock. The first professional haircare company to stand up against animal testing, Paul Mitchell has a strong history of commitment to sustainability. The product lines include the key Paul Mitchell luxury hair care and Pro Services colour ranges, men’s range Mitch, Awapuhi Wild Ginger and Tea Tree products.
Emiliano Vitale -AHFA Australian Hairdresser of the Year! Wahroonga in Sydney is now home to the Australian Hair Fashion Awards’ Australian Hairdresser of the Year with é SALON’s Creative Director, Emiliano Vitale, winning the coveted title at a star-studded industry gala event at the Ivy Grand Ballroom, on Monday 31st March 2014. Judged by a panel of the UK’s leading hairdressers, Emiliano’s winning collection, Cryptogram, translates international hair fashion trends into wearable hairstyles and looks and was evaluated on it’s creative direction, inspirational effect, superb imagery and consumer credibility. “It was an honour to be nominated a finalist in the AHFAs, but to win the esteemed title of Australian Hairdresser of the Year, is truly humbling and mind blowing,” says Emiliano. “Having my work judged by some of the greatest hairdressers in the UK, and the world, and to have my collection deemed to be fashionforward, on-trend and of world-class standard is fantastic. With a plethora of award credits already to his name, Emiliano’s win, is the epitome of a stunning career within the hairdressing industry which has taken him all over the world presenting in Asia, Spain, Russia, the UK, and America.
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Errol Douglas with Emiliano Vitale
Karina Gollins wins gold at Wella Trend Vision Awards
Karina Gollins, Young Talent Gold Winner The Wella International Trend Vision Awards were held this year in Frankfurt as part of the annual Hairworld exhibition. 82 finalists from 56 countries assembled in Germany to showcase their hairdressing skills in this amazing competition. New Zealand was well represented by Mana Dave (Color) and Karina Gollins (Young Talent). The evening was hosted by NZ’s Patrick Cameron, international celebrity stylist. This year a PHOTO Vision competition was introduced in addition to the LIVE catwalk presentation, and a new ‘Platinum’ award – which was the top honour presented at this year’s awards. Each competition, PHOTO Vision and LIVE Vision, consisted of two categories: the ‘Young Talent Award’ for styling excellence and the ‘Color Award’ for outstanding talent in hair colouring. In the LIVE Vision competition the Young Talent Platinum Award was won by Kriz Chen from Hair Culture in Taiwan and the Color Platinum Award by Iryna Fraiuk from Kodokan in Ukraine. In the PHOTO Vision competition Karina Gollins from Karina Grace Hairdressing in New Zealand won the Young Talent Gold Award and Tamás Fehér from hair’s[ku:l] in Hungary won the Color Gold Award.
LIVE VISION COMPETITION Young Talent Award Winners Platinum 1st: Kriz Chen, Hair Culture salon, Taiwan Platinum 2nd: Lyndal Salmon, Biba salon, Australia Platinum 3rd: Giorgio Parrivecchio, GP Parrucchieri salon, Italy Color Award Winners Platinum 1st: Iryna Fraiuk, Kodokan salon, Ukraine Platinum 2nd: Sean Nolan, HOB Salons, UK Platinum 3rd: Ben Lin, Soleil-Salon, Taiwan
PHOTO VISION COMPETITION Young Talent Award Winners Gold: Karina Gollins, Karina Grace Hairdressing salon, New Zealand Silver: Lucy Tuck, Marc Antoni salon, UK Bronze: Shauna McGrath, House of Colour salon, Ireland Color Award Winners Gold: Tamás Fehér, hair’s[ku:l] salon, Hungary Silver: Suppasan Kaewbanphot, Laksana Salon, Thailand Bronze: Glory Avilés, Bloom Salon, Puerto Rico
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iD Dunedin Fashion Week 15th Anniversary!
Royal New Zealand Ballet dancers, Couture collections and the latest high-end fashion from New Zealand’s best-loved designers dazzled crowds at this year’s 15th anniversary iD Dunedin Fashion Shows. Standout shows celebrating 15 years of iD Fashion Week included an inspired collection from international guest, Paris-based Australian designer Martin Grant, a new couture collection from New Zealand guest WORLD and stunning winter collections from popular local favourites NOM*d, Carlson, Mild-Red, Tamsin Cooper, Charmaine Reveley, Company of Strangers, Storm and DADA Vintage. Hosted by TV3’s Mike McRoberts and Paula Penfold, the annual iD Dunedin Fashion Shows were the culmination of a week-long celebration of fashion events in the city. The shows followed Thursday night’s iD International Emerging Designer Awards – where new talent from around the world vied for top prizes, judged by Martin Grant, WORLD’s Francis Hooper and UK fashion educator Lucy Jones, alongside our own Tanya Carlson and Margi Robertson (NOM*d). Show highlights also included capsule collections from DEVáL and newcomers ‘Clothes I’ve Made’, Highnoontea, Wilson Trollope and eco fashion label Senorita AweSUMO. An incredible choreographed contemporary dance by the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Loughlan Prior with other dancers Mac Hopper and William Fitzgerald to help launch Tamsin Cooper’s new range of men’s jackets stunned the 3200 showgoers over both nights. “What an incredible way to celebrate 15 years,” says iD Committtee Chair Susie Staley.
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“We’re proud of what we have achieved – taking a one-off fashion show and growing it into a week of superb fashion events for the city that attracts crowds from around the country. This year, we’ve focused on further growing the international part of the event, and are looking towards future international collaborations, including developing our relationship with Shanghai, which makes iD even more global in its outlook.” F o r t h e s e c o n d y e a r i n a r o w, 1 0 international models from the University of Shanghai Engineering Science, were part of the 60 models selected for iD Dunedin Fashion Shows and the iD International Emerging Designer Awards. iD’s exclusive model agency Ali Mcd provided the other models for the shows.
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1st Place Mahshid Mahdian
2nd Place Alanna Barca
Emerging Artists Winners: A stand-out Italian emerging designer collection complete with innovative technology, expert tailoring and construction and an indescribable “x-factor” has won the 10th annual iD International Emerging Designer Award this year. Italian-based Mahshid Mahdian from Brera Academy in Milan took out the iD Dunedin Fashion Inc’s top $10,000 prize – in recognition of 10 years of the international awards – with her collection, ‘Shadow’, inspired by the beauty in the shadows and reflections of Burano Island in Venice. Born in Tehran, Mahdian was influenced by her friend, former judge and Mittelmoda representative Stefano Sopelza, to enter the Awards. Her collection impressed the judging panel with its bold geometrical shapes, diverse cuts and innovative technologies. “While overall, the standard of finalists were amazing, the winners stood out because their unique character and personality as a designer came through in their garments,” says iD judge and WORLD creative director Francis Hooper. Hosted by Carol Hirschfeld, the 1350 strong audience enjoyed 26 international collections from emerging designers from New Zealand, Australia, Europe, China, and India.
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3rd Place Chin Hau Tay
This year’s winners are:
Most Commercial Collection Prize - Mook Atta kanwong
• iD Dunedin Fashion Inc. 1st Place ($10,000): Mahshid Mahdian, 36, Brera Academy, Italy • Caffe L’affare 2nd Place ($4000): Alanna Barca, 22, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia • Dunedin International Airport 3rd Place ($2000): Chin Hau Tay, 22, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia • The Fabric Store Award for Excellence in Design worth $3000 (includes $2000 fabric): Anna-Marie Gruber, 22, University of Technology Sydney, Australia • New Zealand Light Leathers Prize worth $2000 (includes $1000 worth of fabric): Lucilla Gray, 22, Massey University, New Zealand • Dunedin’s Golden Centre Mall Most Commercial Collection Prize ($1000): Mook Attakanwong, 22, University of Technology Sydney, Australia In special recognition of his collection and potential, the judging panel also awarded Vaibhav Singh, 27, from the National Institute of Fashion Technology, India an opportunity of an internship with Martin Grant in Paris. Says designer Martin Grant: “Judging such a diverse range of collections was an incredibly stimulating and rewarding experience. We saw so much talent in many of the finalists, but for me, Vaibhav Singh really stood out for his craftsmanship and potential as a designer. I hope he is able to take up the offer of an internship in Paris.”
The Fabric Store Award Winner - Anna Marie Gruber
Special Recognition for Potential - Vaibhav Singh
NZ Light Leathers Prize - Lucilla Gray
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NZARH Competitions Now open for entries
We are excited to present this year’s Awards Season which has an event for everyone and a new format for the Industry Awards to be held on the 9th November 2014. We invite all NZARH Members and their staff to demonstrate their skills by entering the NZARH competitions. The events are unique to the NZARH as they are run across the NZARH regions giving all hairdressers an equal opportunity to share and compare their skills. The events are designed to assist you with training and up skilling your staff, building confidence and professional profiles. We have an event for everyone. Regional NZ Hairdresser of the Year Awards With both colour, cutting and styling events demonstrating the skills of hairdressing in pre-worked events and on floor skill events. The Regional Hairdressing Awards are based around eight core events. Oceanic Masters Award: Part One – The Cut Oceanic Masters Award: Part One – The Conversion Urban Cut Urban Colour Urban Day Style Urban Night Directional Cut Directional Colour Following the 2013 Competitions Season the NZARH Competitions Committee undertook a period on consultation with members, seeking feedback on the events structure and guidelines. As a result of this consultation, a clear line has been drawn between the urban and directional events. Urban work will be recognised for its relationship to everyday salon work which forms the foundation of the industry. While the Directional events provide the opportunity to be more daring and explore new techniques, shapes and textures that demonstrate skills that can be rolled over into our future urban and salon work. Further information on the NZARH Regional Hairdressing Award guidelines will shortly be available on the NZARH website and FaceBook. We urge all members and their staff to also attend the Regional Competition awareness seminars, where you will have the opportunity to ask all the questions you would like answered. Contact your Regional Association to confirm the date and time of your Competition Awareness Seminar.
2014 Regional Competition Dates: Canterbery Westland 22nd June Hawkes Bay 27th July Auckland 29th June Otago 27th July Nelson Marlborough 6th July Whanganui 2nd August (Saturday) Taranaki 13th July Wellington 10th August Waikato 13th July Bay of Plenty 17th August Manawatu 20th July Northland 24th August Southland 20th July South Canterbury Cancelled
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The Oceanic Hairdressing Master Award Held in two sections, The Oceanic Masters Awards requires competitors in Part One: The Cut to demonstrate their technical cutting and dressing skill to execute a forward thinking commercial haircut that is extended and evolved in Part Two: The Conversion to a couture catwalk look with the help of hairpieces, accessories and the tools available to the industry. In 2014 all Regional Winners will be invited to compete, while all competitors who compete at regional level in the Oceanic event will be able to compete at the Trans Tasman Oceanic Awards, to be held as part of the New Zealand hairdressing Industry Awards in November, via payment of an entry fee.
NZARH Editorial Stylist Awards Entrants in this photographic competition are asked to create an image suitable for the front cover of a magazine that will forecast fashion for the coming season. There are five categories that a stylist may enter. To enter you must meet the entry criteria for each category and indicate on your entry form which categories you wish your image or images to be entered. All entries will be judged on the three elements which combine to create a successful photographic image. Hair. Shows technical skill in the shape, colour and finish to emphasise the hair as the focus of the image. Fashion. Makeup, clothing and accessories combine to emphasise the style. Photography. Lighting, background and framing of the photograph enhance the chosen style to create a total look.
Editorial Stylist of the Year 2014. All entries from the 15 NZARH regions are eligible for this award. The 15 finalists for this award will be winners of the NZARH Regional Awards. Editorial Stylist of the Year / Colour. Present you creative and technical ability in applying the use of colour. Editorial Stylist of the Year / Novice. This category is open to all students enrolled in full time NZARH and HITO approved training provider courses. Editorial Stylist of the Year / Le Male. This category champions male fashion and hair. Editorial Stylist of the Year / Next Generation. Entrants in the Next Generation category must be aged 22 years and under at the 1st September 2014. We have made a few changes to the entry fees and the rules of entry so please read the entry terms and conditions carefully. Full entry details are available on the entry forms and the NZARH website. Contact your local association the NZARH office or log onto the NZARH website for your entry forms. We’ll also be providing some tips and hints on FaceBook. 2014 Industry Awards On the 9th November 2014 the NZARH will combine with HITO and Kitomba to present the Industry Awards. This event will incorporate the Kitomba Business Awards, Hito Awards, NZARH Editorial Stylist, Patrick Cameron Photographic Challenge and Oceanic Masters Awards. Split over an afternoon and evening awards dinner. We’ll be keeping you updated on the planning and how you can be involved.
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2014 Patrick Cameron Photographic Challenge
There are eight images in the collection which Patrick says are “Each designed with their own special technique to achieve interesting textures that evolve into fantastic silhouettes. The shapes are extreme but maintain a flattering and feminine element. This is not commercial hair, but a collection of images that demonstrates the craft and variety skills required to execute the look. They form the inspiration and foundation for you to transfer to a consumer hair style with amazing results. The looks in the collection are inspired by beautiful and intricate hats and fascinators, which play with texture shape and exaggerate forms, to create the looks Patrick says that “you have to understand how to build a structure to understand the balance and to create an elegant shape. I feel very passionate about bringing manual dexterity back into hairdressing. These techniques are easy and fun but also require artistry and finesse. It’s a lesson in construction.” Over the coming weeks Patrick will be revealing a few tips about each look to help inspire you. The complete set of rules and terms of entry are available on the websites and the entry form which is available from the NZARH office, Regional associations and as a download on the Patrick Cameron and NZARH websites. One important change to the rules this year is that hairpieces will be allowed. Patrick has confirmed that, “this time a hair piece will be allowed, but the hairpiece can only make up a quarter of the style, in other words only to complement the finished look, and most importantly the hairpiece must not dominate to finished look”.
Sessions: The Editorial Collection The NZARH is a proud to partner with Patrick Cameron for the third year, in presenting the 2014 Patrick Cameron Photographic Challenge. Open to all members of the NZARH the inspiration for the challenge is driven by Patrick’s latest collection, Sessions: The Editorial Collection. When asked why he continues to support the New Zealand hairdressing industry Patrick said, “As a New Zealand trained Hairdresser living in London and travelling the world as a leading educator, I know the importance of great training which is why I am behind the NZARH one hundred percent. As an industry we must standardise the level of training our new hairdressers receive and apprenticeships and in salon training is the way of ensuring they are get the best start possible.” “With the Patrick Cameron Photographic Challenge I hope to inspire and take the skills developed in training and working in a salon day to day and allow new and experienced stylists to have fun experimenting and developing their skills”. Entrants are asked to present three images of a style inspired by the collection which utilise the techniques and shape to create a commercially wearable hairstyle. The three images front, profile and back – are of the one hairstyle.
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Patrick with last years winner Kylie Hayes
Entries close Monday 1st September 2014. CD disc with both high resolution, web formatted images and a laser print of the three images will need to be delivered to the NZARH office in Nelson. Entries can be posted to: Patrick Cameron Challenge, PO Box 10070 The Wood Nelson 7047 or couriered to: Patrick Cameron Challenge NZARH Commerce House 63 Trafalgar Street Nelson 7010. For more information contact: Yvonne Bowater, NZARH email@example.com Phone: 03 548 9818. For more information on the challenge visit the NZARH website or patrickcameronnzlonghaircompetition.webs.com
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Berri & Loxton, South Australia
Hair: Kristy Hodgson, Photography: Carl Keeley Make Up: Paul Blanche Stylist: Vinn Ruatoe
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A Step by Step guide to curling Hair Extensions! If you just happen to have tight, curly hair and want hair extensions, then we have the solution for you. Gary Rogers from Rogers Design Forum in Parnell, has perfected the art of creating tight curly hair extensions. With a reputation around Auckland as the ‘extension king’ Gary has been extending the hair length of the rich and famous for many years. He now shares his knowledge with other hairdressers to help them become more confident when faced with such a challenge. Some say it can’t be done... Gary will show you how!
3 Roll hair at 360ª flat. Paper the bottom and band the ends using size 8 rubber bands. Pin rolled rods to head. Continue until you have enough on your head whilst ensuring you keep the hair moist with spray water.
4 Once you have completed rolling, Perm as follows: Mix together 60ml Hydrowave with 3 ml Hydrowave Phase 2. Apply by dotting over rods 2 to 3 times.
Finished hair style
2 1 Using 12 pkts of 50cm 100% Human Hair Bonds, take 2 at a time and sellotape these together.
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Tee Pin the sellotaped bonds to shaved mannequin head. Shampoo and Condition hair. This balances out the ph levels.
5 Use bag to cover: first fill bag with hot air to kick the process off. Leave covered for approximately 25 minutes.
6 Place head in basin face down and rinse for approximately 8 to 10 minutes. Place mannequin back on stand and towel dry with small towels, finishing with paper towels and paying particular attention to the paper ends.
7 To neutralise, mix 50ml Permfix with 50ml water. Using the same procedure as perming, dot over rods 2 to 3 times. Rinse thoroughly - we recommend 8 to 10 minutes. Repeat neutralisation once more.
8 Brush on thick repair conditioner to each rod using a tint brush and bowl. Then using your fingers, squeeze conditioner in all around each rod. Leave for approximately 5 minutes and rinse thoroughly. Rods are left in throughout this procedure so the curl formation remains strong.
Emma Barry, who we used as our model, has been going to Rogers Hair Design for years and gets her extensions re-applied every 6 to 8 months. The finished look is simply divine and definitely worth the effort.
9 Towel dry hair. Unwind from rod and leave on towel to dry overnight or when needed.
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Fudge at INDUSTRY The INDUSTRY seminars were all well attended but FUDGE was one of the more popular ones with many younger stylists attending. We were treated to catwalk hair created by some of our up and coming stylists Kaleb Prichard Dharma, Nicole G o r d o n Va d a , P e t r a M i l d o n Buoy, Kim Hazelton Devereux & Villiger & Micheal Hewin Fabrik. With clothes from leading label Zambesi it was am impressive showcase!
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Thoughts by Shar Sutherland Todd Fake It Till You Make It!
Many years ago I read one of my all time favourite books by Andrew Matthews, called Being Happy. In it was a thoughtprovoking story about a famous violinist. He had just performed an astonishing concert and was approached soon after by a mesmerized woman wishing to thank him. She told him she would have given her life to play as he just had. To this, the violinist responded, “I did!” That resonated intensely with me because I have endeavoured over the years to be at the leading edge of an industry that at times can be highly perplex. As my fellow hairdressing friends, mentors and competitors all know, being at the top of hairdressing in New Zealand is extremely demanding but worth every second. I have clambered my way from the bottom and given everything a go. I never said no to anyone and I jumped at the chance to help or be involved in EVERYTHING. On weekends, all hours and mostly in my own time, I trained, practiced and networked like there was no tomorrow. For some the Green Eyed Monster has reared its ugly head along the way. It intrigues me when comments are passed after a competition or event that it must have been rigged because it is always the same ones winning. If people focused that same energy on their own performance, they too may achieve their desired outcome. Paul Serville is someone I have always admired and he was coming down to do a show back in my early years so without a doubt I wanted to be involved. I was told he didn’t need hairdressing help so I put my hand up as the makeup artist and was promptly sent their requirements. As I read through the instructions I soon realised I was in too deep. Slightly panicking, I held my head high with confidence and went with the “Fake it till you make it” method. It worked and the models looked stunning! I think Paul would have been horrified if he knew that the only real experience I actually had was on myself (sorry Paul). My career journey has been in waves of ups and downs as has my life and I wouldn’t be where I am without all of them. I have lost more times than I have won but I never ever gave up. I learned that if you stick at something long enough it will pay off because where your focus goes, your energy flows and results show. Ironically the only lucky people I know are also hard working with extremely great work ethic and a willingness to help others selflessly. So if you are thinking of an easy ride to the top, without the hard work and challenges along the way, I suggest you jump off now. As far as I am aware, the only place that success comes before work is in the dictionary.
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Sue Nicholson PSYCHIC MEDIUM
Internationally acclaimed psychic medium Sue Nicholson is well known for her work on New Zealand television, appearing on TVNZ’s popular ‘Sensing Murder’ and as a regular guest on ‘Good Morning’. Sue also conducts live shows throughout New Zealand and overseas. She regularly holds seminars, teaches workshops and continues to work one on one with private clients. We caught up with Sue to see what she has been up to lately and find out how she achieves that amazing hair colour! I have been very busy touring around the country doing shows but for the past three years I have also been working on a special project of my own – ‘The Butterfly Guiding Light Oracle’, a set of empowerment cards which have only just been released this year. As a little girl I was always fascinated by butterflies. When I was very young I would get a piece of paper and fold it in half then draw a butterfly and colour half of the butterfly with paint. I would then fold this back in half to get the reverse image on the paper of the entire butterfly, which really fascinated me! Three years ago I knew I was going to have my own butterfly cards, but at the time I could not envision how or what they would be like. I had a few attempts at trying to explain to designers how I wanted them to look but just could not get my vision across to anyone. Becoming quite frustrated I put them to one side and then a couple of years later when I was talking to my close friend Amanda, we had a eureka moment where she suddenly understood my vision for the cards! She was able to put onto paper and bring into reality what I could see in my head. I am so pleased as the final result is a glorious spiritual product for everyone to learn from and enjoy. There are 49 beautiful and inspiring cards in the deck – divided into seven colour groups representing the seven chakra systems: Red (root), Orange (sacral), Yellow (solar plexus), Green (Heart), Blue (Throat), Indigo (Third Eye) and Violet (Crown).
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Within each colour group there are seven cards. Each colour group contains two cards of a higher significance known as the Guardian and the Teacher that give specific additional advice. The cards can be used as a day to day tool to give you insight into specific questions in your life regarding work, relationships, home, etc. We are on tour at the moment in the North Island with the ‘Other Side’ shows. I am holding regular seminars alongside these shows on how to develop your intuition and get in touch with your spirit guides and have now also developed workshops for the Butterfly cards to teach those who want to use them in a more indepth way. I often get asked about my hair and as I have been changing my hair colour for about the last decade, have ended up going for more vibrant colours recently. I feel as women get older just having a few lighter shades put through their hair, lifts the skin tone. In my case it’s not just a few shades of colour - I go for the most bright and vibrant shades I can! Over the years I have tried many different brands but came across ‘Scruples’ last year and just loved their amazing range of colours from the naturals to the very vibrant. The thing I noticed was my hair wasn’t dry or coarse, even with the blonde put through it. Also I love to go out into the sun which is not good for coloured hair as it fades, but I have found that the Scruples colour stays the same. The condition of my hair is also very good so I think the products are great! I am busy working on a series of on-line webinars at the moment so that I can reach and help more people and about to launch an amazing new range of crystal jewellery based on quantum physics and healing – this jewellery is unlike anything that has been seen before and is something I am very excited about. If your readers want to be kept posted on the launch of this new range of crystals or find out anything else about what I am doing they can visit my website at www.suenicholson. co.nz For more information on the butterfly cards go to www.theguidinglight.co.nz
Amanda Tonge, Stylist at Miss Fox in Wellington, tells us how she creates Sue’s unique look using Scruples True Integrity: “Scruples True Integrity contains the lowest ammonia content of any professional hair colour brand in the industry: .04 % - .8%. It has the reflection of a translucent with the coverage of an opaque and can also be used as a demi-permanent. It also contains botanicals - Orange Flower Extract, Orange Oil, Sunflower, Vitamin E and Aloe Vera.” To create Sue’s look I applied the following: Roots – 7CC, 6RR and Conceal. Foils – Power Blond, Ends – 7CC, 6RR and an inch of red intensifier. Our special weapon Scruples Conceal was added into the mix to help cover any pesky greys. By adding Conceal, we eliminated the need to add any base colour therefore there was no sacrifice to any vibrancy. This is a strong consideration when choosing colour for Sue because she requires maximum vibrancy and coverage in one step. Another feature of the colour that delighted Sue was the grapefruit fragrance, lack of staining and absolute minimal bleed-off from the red into the blonde. True Integrity has a beautiful colour selection of 78 shades with maximum grey coverage and high shine without colour bleed. It also contains Scruples patented PBX (protective barrier complex) - a blend of four essential ingredients which shields the hair colour molecule and deposits it deep into the hair.
House of Camille launches Resultime by Collin Paris!
Recently at the Novotel Hotel in Greenlane House of Camille launched the new look Resultime by Collin Paris. The evening cocktail function was attended by leading Beauty Industry personalities and media. Steve Arthur, House of Camille GM, welcomed everyone before introducing Lois Chan, Regional Commerce Manager for Resultime who had flown in specially from Hong Kong to take part in this event. To mark the occasion Lois Chan presented Debbie Mcgregor and her team from Total Body Concept Christchurch with a special gift to acknowledge their support and contribution to the brand over the years! Then it was time to mix and mingle and catch up with old friends and admire the fabulous new product range up close!
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Backstage at iD Dunedin
iD Dunedin is the pinnacle on the fashion calendar for the Southern city and it’s a time of great excitement and camaraderie for local salon Klone. The Klone team has been working on the hair for the Emerging Designer Show since its inception 10 years ago and relishes taking on the opportunity every year. With a large team of 15, the entire Klone workforce leaps on board to assist and that makes for a really great atmosphere and cooperative teamwork, says salon owner Karl Radel. The show is a collaborative process for the Klone team and involves a lot of brainstorming to come up with the hero looks for each theme. “We treat it as a competition and those who come up with the winning idea get to lead the direction of that style. It creates a sense of ownership for team members and something they can be proud of,” Karl says.
Stylist shares fashion week hair secrets! From polished ponytails and tousled waves to braided crowns and boyish looks, some of the biggest hair trends for 2014 have emerged on the catwalk at iD Dunedin Fashion Week. All were created by the talented Darryl McNamara, owner of Dunedin based salon, Aart on St Andrew and his creative team. The task was no mean feat, with more than 10 hair looks within one show, some models sporting multiple looks and all unveiled on the Southern Hemisphere’s longest catwalk at Dunedin’s historic Railway Station.
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“It was an incredible project and one we started prepping for three months prior to the show to get it right,” says McNamara. “The designers showed us what they’d like and we reinterpreted it. Darryl and his team worked closely with WORLD designer Francis Hooper to create the sleek, structured high ponytail for the label’s outstanding collection. Created by first smoothing the hair, tresses are then swept up into the high ponytail. Redken Flex Shape Factor 22 is used to smooth flyaways around the face, while Redken Outshine 01 Anti-Frizz Polishing Milk is applied to finish the ponytail ends. Similarly, the Aart team worked side by side with Nom*D’s designers to create the intricate braided look to accompany its clothing collection. Models’ hair is loaded with Redken Guts 10 Volume Spray Foam and Redken Fabricate 03 Heat Active Texturizer and then blow dried in to create texture. Dual braids are created by twists on each side of the centre part, with the braided ends left out and frayed. Moving away from the updos, models’ hair is taken completely out for Company of Strangers. Yet, despite remaining loose, a tomboyish androgynous look is retained with the stringy texture created using Redken Guts 10 Volume Spray Foam and Redken Fabricate 03 Heat Active Texturizer. “ We h a d u p t o 1 7 models to style at once and you don’t have a lot of time for each look,” says McNamara of the show’s 15th year. “We needed the right products to add texture, shine, and help to tease, braid and create the perfect curls. Our stylists couldn’t have done such an outstanding job on this project without Redken’s amazing product portfolio.”
Naked Tan’s Lee Taylor
Lea Taylor, founder of Naked Tan, wanted to create a range of tanning products that enabled women on the go to feel and look beautiful in less than 2 hours. Thanks to Lea, this is finally possible! She has revolutionized the market by introducing the first wash ‘n’ wear 2 hours spray tan that makes every woman feel like a goddess! The Naked Tan spray tanning formulation is enriched with Aloe Vera and contains no parabens, no alcohol, no nano particles, is odour-free and organic! So we can feel beautiful and care for our planet. Now with a 6-year proven formula, Naked Tan is considered as the market leader in Australia and can be found in over 3000 leading salons, day spas and hairdressers across Australia, Fiji, Bali and New Zealand. A 10-minute salon treatment results in a goddess like glow which develops over time and is ready to wash ’n’ wear in only 2-hours (compared to the 8-hour process of other traditional tanning solutions). Naked Tan specializes in providing two ranges. A Professional Range for salons & spas and a DIY retail range for consumers. The beauty world has never been the same since the launch of Naked Tan solutions. Who needs 8 hours to feel like a goddess nowadays? If you do, you should try a Naked Tan! It’s best for longer. We caught up with Lee while she was in Auckland recently and over lunch at Ponsonby Central she shared with us the story behind Naked Tan. “I started the brand in 2005 when I commenced working on a product basically because we needed to innovate and make a splash on the market with a new tan”. At the time the market was very demanding, women only having available the 8 hour or 12 hour tan, so we came up with a formula that it could be sprayed on and washed off but achieve the same results in just 2 hours. We had been looking at the NZ market but we are glad that we held off because now we have House of Camille to distribute our product which really aligns with our brand. “We had been looking for a good spray tanning brand for about 2 years but we wanted to make sure that we got the right one! It’s been great to have Lee come over as a national trainer and start the ball rolling! We have had 16 clinics come in for training yesterday and straight away sold six packs which included the Machine, solution etc. as soon as they saw the application in action they had to have it.” Said Steve Arthur from House of Camille.
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Britomart Precinct welcomes The Face Place MedSpa
Cosmetic Medicine clinic, The Face Place MedSpa, are the latest to join the ‘beauty hub’ at the Britomart Precinct, with a beautiful new clinic that opened in April. Dr Catherine Stone and her team are recognised as industry innovators, with Catherine starting The Face Place in 2001 as Australasia’s first specialised Botox clinic, then launching The Face Place MedSpa as NZ’s first medical spa in 2004. Catherine helped the New Zealand public understand and accept cosmetic treatments with her role as a medical expert on the top-rating TV program ‘Ten Years Younger’. The new MedSpa is located at ground level on Customs Street East, with a highly visible street frontage.
“Treatments such as Botox are now much more socially accepted, so we’re delighted to stand proud for the industry, and send the clear message that ‘this is normal’. We do have options available for those who still prefer discretion, however the demand for this is becoming less and less.” The team of doctors, nurses and dermal therapists at The Face Place MedSpa provide safe, simple and effective medically proven cosmetic treatments that can be done in a lunch-time. The clinic has built a reputation for providing high quality treatments with beautiful natural looking results, with loyal clients who regularly fly from all around the world. “We believe everyone has their own unique beauty,
“When we first moved to Vulcan Lane, cosmetic treatments were highly discrete and very ‘hush-hush’, so our premises were hidden away on the second level, to offer the highest levels of confidentiality,” says Catherine. “You only knew where to find us if you had a referral, or were a client.”
and our aim is to enhance this while softening out the negative signs of ageing. We also love some fun and personality, and this is reflected in our display images and the decor of the new clinic – which challenge the status quo.” www.thefaceplace.co.nz
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Tracey Hughes wows at ABS in Chicago!
Acclaimed industry icon Tracey Hughes created an educational storm in Chicago as the principal headliner. In just her second consecutive invitational appearance at ABS, Tracey drew record crowds, inspiring thousands with her innovative creativity and empowering education skills. Tracey was extremely proud to headline alongside industry legends Mark Hayes, Nick Irwin and Sam Villa. “Presenting at ABS is always such an overwhelming and humbling experience and I am so honoured to be invited for the past 2 years,” says Tracey. Joined by fellow team members Vic Piccolotto and Melvin Royce Lane, the trio presented a spectacular show on the Main Stage Runway that was educational, informative, inspiring and entertaining. Tracey and the boys wowed the audience with such stunning work, they received a standing ovation. Tracey’s interactive demonstrations and creative techniques have become extremely popular in the US, as they are easily translatable into the salon. Through her incorporation of the latest trendsetting designs focusing on the marriage of shapes and color to produce effective and exciting salon results, Tracey has maintained her status as one of the world’s leading educators. Hosting an exclusive Masterclass for 100 attendees Tracey and the team also facilitated a comprehensive 90-minute seminar. Renowned for exquisite cutting, unsurpassable technical knowledge and ingenious creativity, Tracey’s infectious teaching style and aesthetically beautiful work, continues to inspire all those listen and learn. “Tracey’s ability to touch lives is truly inspirational. The quality of her work is remarkable and she has become the most requested artist for ABS. We are proud to invite her to join us as The Principal Headliner and look forward to inviting her to many future events.“ said Joseph Cartagena, President of Cosmetologists Chicago/Americas Beauty Show.
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Jamie Dryden Fabrik Hamilton In an ever expanding digital world the planet is shrinking and the search to unearth the next trend is becoming critically tedious. Far too often have I sat in at ‘look and learn’ sessions by the industry’s leading crimpers listening to them harp on about current and predicting trends which I feel is all too predictable. They all do it. Every major product company releases a quota of beautiful cut and coloured images and then normally ask a leading stylist in their list of consumers to present these trends to the world. Now the world is usually made up of provincial hair stylists who are glad to just get out and see some good work, which I think is great, but the question I always ask myself is, would this be more interesting if I was watching someone’s vision and unique technical ability?
I think as so called creative hairdressers we need to stand up and start showcasing our vision, like the brilliant Emiliano Vitale and Lisa Muscat at NZ Hair Industry recently held in the Pullman Hotel in Auckland. This was a showcase of the most beautiful, creative and breath taking work I have witnessed in ages. Not one bit swayed by trends or popularity but presented with panache and executed on stage with the highest level of technical ability. Amazing. Inspiring! Now I think these’ look and learn’ session have their place but the format is all wrong. Too often you turn up excited to see one of your peers work and vision only to be bogged down in what a product company believes to be current and what product you need to be using in order to get this certain look and to think we have to pay for this two hours of corporate advertising! I’ll pay for vision and creativity any day but I always leave most presentations feeling a little under inspired and short changed. Trends are clearly an important part of a hairdressers life but most hairdressers with any sort of am imagination will spot a trend before a client comes in and asks for it. There is no need to turn up at some fancy hotel in Tauranga to have a well known hairdresser (usually from a bigger town) tell you. If I turn up at one of these events I want to leave smiling in wonderment at what I’ve just witnessed. I don’t necessary want to leave thinking I’m going to do that tomorrow on Mrs Smith but wondering how on earth was that possible to do with hair. This
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is what inspires me. It drives me to think of what I can do that no-one has done before, to leave my mark on the industry. That’s what I teach at Fabrik. As a male hairdresser I have always shrunk away from trends myself. My hair and dress sense hasn’t changed much since my impressionable teenage years in the 90’s trying to emulate my idols The Stone Roses, well my hair has got shorter and my jeans skinnier but overall I still wear pretty much the same style of clothes and keep my hair tidy and short. I guess if I was to describe my style I’d call it one outfit for all occasions. I don’t look out place at the gym or at a function in the same outfit, jeans and trainers all the way. This seems to humour my younger colleagues but let me tell you there is nothing more disconcerting than a man in his 30’s trying to look to hip or trendy, hairdresser or not. So the whole point of this short bio is because I recently attended the music festival Laneways. I was alert as always to what the trendies and alternative kids were up too. To my horror the main trend or trends that stood out were for the boys. The top knot with the sides crudely shaved was the stand out, hoards of alternative indie kids jigging about like music loving sensei. This is a hairdressers worst fear as each individual appeared to be grooming themselves, completely devoid of any expertise. Shaky horseshoe lines from recession to recession with the most pitiful of ponytails held together strainingly by their little sisters hair tie. Boohoo. The second and most distressing trend was the full beard. In their numbers they were, like a throw back to 1970’s folk concerts or a Morris dancing convention in the West country of England. Distressing it was for myself as I had previously sported some man fluff on my chin through no other reason than laziness and decided to shave it off as summer time in NZ is hot enough for a Scotsman. Well relief that I had been very practical in my preference for comfort over looks as I may have been part of the beardie club. Dancing and mingling with my beard brothers was not on my list of things to do over the course of the day and I was very glad to have shaved my badge of acceptance off. The funniest thing happened that day though when I bumped into an old friend who I hadn’t seen for years. I hadn’t seen this person since working in Auckland around 2005 and could only be described as a clean cut fashionable person. He had always bemoaned my choice of bearded face and my response was it was only laziness and hate of the razor blade. Well there he was in all his glory sporting the double Whammy; top knot and full beard. Well astonished I was at this 30 something trendy and the power of trends. I know not all hairdressers who present and teach throughout the country can’t be as talented as Mr Vitale and Miss Muscat but we do seriously have to raise our game and stop hiding behind ‘trends’ and passing it off as creativity.
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Hair: Hermiz Daniel Joey Scandizzo Salon, Melbourne Photoraphy: Andrew Oâ€™Toole Styling: Elaine Marshall Makeup: Blondie Makeup assistant: Jacki Botans
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Hair Extensions Rule at Melbourne fashion festival ! Hair extensions were huge at this year’s at Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, and one of the most talked about shows was the ‘Camilla’ showcase with one of Australia’s most talented and influential hair stylists Brad Ngata using clip in hair extensions. To create the looks, 4-5 hair stylists were assigned to each model at a time to attach a total of 150 full head of hair extensions, which is 15000 grams of hair that’s 15kgs in weight! The brief: The Camilla girl is a warrior, tribal, with a primal energy! Create the look with Brad Ngata: 1. Add texture to the hair with a sea salt 2. Add pre-done dreadlocks, extended plaits and basket weaving to create drama. 3. M u l t i - t e x t u r a l , p r i m a l c o l o u r s , extended length will dramatise the hair and bring an element of wonder. 4. All of the hair was prepped with the below products to give a dry, “dirty” texture. The dreadlocks had been prepped with Homme Wax and Fix Design the hair is back combed then the wax and fix design is applied and we rub the hair together causing friction fusing the hair together then we used an iron to seal the texture in. Brad’s trend forecast: “Look out this year for wet and dry buns and ponytails, straight and smooth long hair as well as wet and dry textured buns. There is definitely an air of sophistication to this years runway looks; it’s all about timeless classics with a twist”.
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EXOTICA Adrian Barclay
Represents the sensuality and glamour of the â€˜sirens of desireâ€™. The rock star rouge tone sets the mood for tribal rhythms of decadent nights.
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Hair: Adrian Barclay Photography: Angela Henderson Make up: Kerry Penisula Spain Stylist: Terzann Elliott Set design: Karen Hall
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2014 Australian Hair Fashion Awards Australian Hairdresser of the Year
Hair: Emiliano Vitale Makeup: Clare Read Stylist: Carol Gammara Photography: Paul Scala Salon: ĂŠ SALON
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Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards finalists Australian Hairdresser of the Year!
Caterina DiBiase, Heading Out Hair and Beauty, Melbourne
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Frank Apostolopoulos, Biba, Melbourne
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Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo Awards finalists Australian Hairdresser of the Year!
Joey Scandizzo, Joey Scandizzo Salon, Melbourne
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Makeup Artist: Hannah from â€œThe Bridal Studioâ€? Palmerston North. Photographer: Ryan Meta Photography Palmerston North. Hair: Gabrielle, Codi, Stacey, Teena, Jean, Amelia and Bronnie
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2014 Australian Hair Fashion Awards - Apprentice of the Year
Hair: Steffi Tanian Salon: Chumba Concept Salon, Melbourne Photography: Carl Keeley
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Elixir Ultime BB Crème by Kérastase It’s the latest addition to the legendary Elixir collection, working to transform tresses into radiant, silky and lightweight locks with an easyto-apply and quick-to-evaporate formula. Driven by Kérastase’s philosophy that caring for the scalp and hair is as important as caring for the skin on our face, Elixir Ultime BB Crème can be used daily for hair nourishment and protection. For your nearest stockist, call Kérastase on 0800 657 666
Kérastase announces major breakthrough in treatment for hair density. Inspired by the belief that caring for the scalp is as important as caring for the skin on our face, Densifique is Kérastase’s most important advancement in hair skincare, promoting hair regrowth of up to 1700 new hairs in 90 days. Densifique works by reactivating dormant hair follicles using the exclusively patented Stemoxydine, a process resulting from more than a decade invested in research. Achieving thick, beautiful hair no longer has to be problem for many. Thanks to this major scientific breakthrough, people have the opportunity to unlock their tresses’ full potential, growing not only new hair but also stronger hair. Densifique prescriptive vials are available from all Kérastase salons from 1 April 2014 and the Densifique Care collection is available from 1 June 2014. For your nearest stockist, call Kérastase 0800 657 666
hotNEW products Fabuloso Pro by Evo We know you know what you like. Now Evo Fabuloso Pro can help you create a hair colour and conditioner just for you, and nobody else. This three-stage system: an in-salon colour treatment; an in-salon shine treatment; and a customised take-home conditioner, lets you create your ideal semi-permanent hair colour with your stylist, seal it in and repair hair with the Evo Temptress Shine Treatment, and maintain it magnificently at home with a conditioner mixed by your stylist to exactly match your salon colour. We’ll make it together!!! By combining eight mixable shades of peroxide, and ammonia-free semi-permanent colour, you can create the ideal Evo Fabuloso Pro Colour for your hair; a blazing copper, a beige New York blonde, a delicate lilac, a chocolate as dark and soulful as Adrien Brody’s eyes pretty much anything you can imagine. The treatment is applied and is ready to rinse out within 15 minutes tops; no sitting around for hours… and it conditions while it colours.
Next, the Evo Fabuloso Pro Temptress Shine Treatment seals the deal with a deep nourishing treatment that helps lock on the colour, increase shine and repair hair that’s been bashed about by sun, sea, permanent colouring, blow-drying and heat-treating. Finally, you go home with your own individual, oneof-a-kind Evo Fabuloso Pro Customised Conditioner, which is mixed to match your colour and hair type. The conditioner contains direct pigment mixed to the formula you came up with on the app, so every time you use it, you’re giving yourself a genuine refresher on your colour. All Fabuloso Pro formulations are sulphate, paraben, DEA, TEA and propylene glycol-free, to make your day that little bit safer. For your nearest stockist, call Boutique Brands on 0800 25 25 30
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Naturaltech Hair Refresher by Davines Using the absorbent properties of rice starch, the refreshing scent of lemongrass, and yuzu extract, the versatile hair refresher is the next generation in dry shampoos. Just shake, then spray onto hair about 20cm away in short bursts. Leave on for one minute, then brush. In order to create volume, blow-dry with cold air. Hair is instantly regenerated, lighter, more full-bodied and fresh-smelling. For your nearest stockist, call Boutique Brands on 0800 25 25 30
What it does: · Helps nourish, soften and restore elasticity · Penetrates on a deeper level to help repair damaged hair · Adds strength, moisture and shine For a stockist near you, got to www.creativenails.co.nz
Naturaltech Replumping Conditioner by Davines An elasticising and moisturising parabenfree conditioner, which should be applied to shampooed hair and rinsed off after 2-3 minutes. It gives firmness and elasticity to the hair, untangling and protecting it thanks to the presence of phytoceuticals extracted from plums. For your nearest stockist, call Boutique Brands on 0800 25 25 30
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Naturaltech Replumping Hair Filler Superactive A replumping leave-in lotion, this parabenfree treatment invigorates and fills the hair structure thanks to the moisturising action of Hyaluronic acid. Sprayed on towel-dried hair before styling, it helps styling last longer and has an effective anti-humidity effect, making hair full-bodied and shiny. For your nearest stockist, call Boutique Brands on 0800 25 25 30
Colour Lock Shampoo & Conditioner by Fudge Our best-selling shampoo is the same tried and trusted formulation as before, with hydrating guarana and violet pigment to neutralise the unwanted yellow and brassy tones that beset blonde coloured hair. To complement the Shampoo Fudge present their NEW Clean Blonde Violet conditioner with a lower level of neutralising pigment to complement the shampoo. With natural proteins and hydrating guarana, the thermal protectants also prevent yellowing caused by heat styling damage. Available in 300ml, Duo Packs & 1 litre. For your nearest stockist, phone CS Company 0800 604 604
Naturaltech Replumping Shampoo by Davines A mild cleanser, free from sulphates and parabens, with a creamy texture and rich, firm foam. It gives elasticity and hydration to the hair without altering its structure during shampooing. Rich in polyphenols and flavoniods with anti-free radical properties, it has a very high vitamin and mineral content. For your nearest stockist, call Boutique Brands on 0800 25 25 30
New limited edition Bird of Paradise collection by ghd ghd’s latest limited edition is set to take off. Inspired by the tropical colours that graced international SS14 runways, ghd bird of paradise collection features the ghd V gold classic styler in two vibrant shades: sunset and lagoon. Each limited edition styler from the ghd bird of paradise collection features ghd’s advance technology designed to deliver a salonstyle finish on all hair types and lengths. Presented in a matching heat-resistant roll matt, each styler from the ghd bird of paradise collection contains the following exclusive features • Ceramic heat technology for enhanced shine and versatile style • Smooth, contoured, floating pates with a gloss finish for salon shine and snag free styling • Rounder body to create perfect curls and waves, promising a good hair day, everyday For your nearest stockist, phone 0800 880 209
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Colour Lock Shampoo & Conditioner by Fudge Colour Lock by Fudge contains new advanced Colour Shield Technology which locks in, maintains and enhances colour, leaving hair looking lustrous and smooth. Defends vibrancy and combats fade with specially formulated colour retaining ingredients. The duo protects colour for up to 25 washes and the UV filters prevent fade and shade breakdown. Available in 300ml, Duo Packs & 1 litre. For your nearest stockist, phone CS Company 0800 604 604
ColorInsider High Intensity Red range by Matrix Red is one of the hardest colours to maintain because the vibrancy fades quickly. ColorInsider High Intensity Red gives clients the assurance that the colour will last longer and the hair will feel healthier.
Cool Cover by Majirel New Majirel Cool Cover introduces breakthrough technology that promises to deliver mistake-proof, rich, permanent colour with perfect 100 per cent grey coverage guaranteed on any hair type. The formulation delivers less fade than traditional colour, and increases optimum neutralisation for a longer preservation of cooler reflects and maximum coverage. Majirel Cool Cover has been formulated to work with existing Majirel colours and is exclusive to L’Oréal Professionnel colour salons nationwide from May 1.
The new Pure Cool Reds join the already established red colour range within ColorInsider; Cool Reds (hits of violet that absorb light to mute red) and Warm Reds (hits of copper reflect light to boost red intensity).
For your nearest stockist, call L’Oréal on 0800 657 666
For your nearest stockist, phone Matrix 0800 657 666
Shades EQ Cover Plus by Redken A brightening colour cream for vibrant shades! Sitting next to the original, long-time industry favourite and award-winning* Shades EQ Gloss, this new and exciting addition doubles hair colouring options, with the option to provide rich, deep, long lasting colour, incredible shine and superior condition in a demipermanent cream form. Offering a no ammonia formula which provides up to 75% grey coverage with demipermanent results, maximum grey blending and a subtle, brightening effect for a more visible reflect, Redken Shades EQ Cover Plus is available in 17 shades, plus Clear. For your nearest stockist, please phone Redken 0800 657 666
Re-launched TECNI.ART Styling Collection by L’Oréal Professionnel Re introducing the styling collection that ushers backstage trends into the salon and positions L’Oréal Professionnel as a brand in the fashion realm. This new collection introduces new packaging inspired by the late artist and social activist Keith Haring, who was renowned for his simple yet effective street art. For your nearest stockist, call L’Oréal 0800 657 666
Styling Collection by Redken It’s important to keep reinventing oneself and Redken understands that a style makeover is also vital for keeping its product packaging on trend. Gone is the monochrome packaging of Redken’s iconic Styling Collection, returning is a revamped, brand new look. Each of the renowned categories - Heat Styling, Hairsprays, Shine, Smooth, Texture and Volume – now deliver a dash of bold colour against a slick black background. A selection of hero products remains while the range welcomes to the family the new Pillow Proof Blow Dry and Flex lines. It’s famed number system helps you select the very perfect level of control. For your nearest stockist, phone Redken 0800 657 666
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