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WELLA PROFESSIONALS 2018 ANZ TRENDVISION WINNERS

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Wella Professionals recently held their TrendVision Awards in Brisbane. Benni and Kristian Tognini, industry gurus hosted the fun night and announced the winners from the 40 finalists from a pool of talented stylists from Australia and New Zealand.   To enter, each person was asked to create a master piece based on the Wella Pure Chroma Nontouring trend. Judges included Frank Apostolopoulos (BIBI Gertrude St.), Belinda Jeffrey (La Boutique), Lee Cohen (Reds Salon), Atilio Dusa (Clip Joint Salons), Kylie Hayes (Moha Hairdressing), Justin Pace (Papas + Pace), Deanna Parker (Wieselmann Salon) and Guy Roberts (Vada).   Wella Education Director Australia & New Zealand, Gina Thomas explained: “TrendVision is an integral part of Wella’s commitment to celebrate and elevate hairdressing talent. It is a truly life changing opportunity for Australian and New Zealand hairdressers and gives them the opportunity to have their work recognised on a national and international level.”  …

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Salon Focus - Green Party Article. With concerns about plastic-free growing and veganism becoming an increasingly popular lifestyle choice, making your salon and barbershop “free from” chemicals, animal products and plastics is gaining in popularity. We spoke to salons who have successfully tapped into this trend without cutting corners on quality or profitability.

Green Party – Becoming a “free from” salon or barbershop

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With concerns about plastic-free  growing and veganism becoming an increasingly popular lifestyle choice, making your salon and barbershop “free from” chemicals, animal products and plastics is gaining in popularity. We spoke to salons who have successfully tapped into this trend without cutting corners on quality or profitability.   From being something perhaps seen as a bit niche or unusual, going vegan is becoming increasingly mainstream.   The Vegan Society has estimated that Britain’s vegan population has increase by 350% in a decade, from 150,000 people in 2006 to 542,000 in 2016. According to research firm the Local Data Company, the number of vegan restaurants opening in 2017 went up by a whopping 61.5%. The social media platform Pinterest has reported a boom in searches for the term “vegan beauty”, with a 50% increase in the past 12 months. For hair and beauty salons and barbershops, there is a potential business…

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