Goldwell announces 2016 Color Creatives

Goldwell has honoured the freshest colouring talent by awarding fourteen young hairdressers places on its 2016 Color Creatives programme.

The course, which aims to nurture emerging creative colouring stars, is now in its second year and is lead by Goldwell Global Creative Ambassador Mark Leeson. Together with the Goldwell Academy in London, Leeson will help to mentor the Color Creatives during three full days of education and inspiration, helping to broaden and strengthen their individual skillsets.

The Color Creatives 2016 are:

  • Emily Snaith, Antony John Salons
  • Georgia Wild, Iconic
  • Chelsea Mills, Vintage Rock
  • Samantha Dorling, The Moore Hair Company
  • Georgia Maynard, Riccio
  • Amy Clay, Spirit Hair Company
  • Rebecca Averkiou, DJ & Ward Hairdressing
  • Willis Gailbraith, Woo Hair & Beauty
  • Paris Donohue, Beepers Hair
  • Chelsea Jade Thompson, Slunks
  • Lauren Grantham, Hair-Cutts
  • Cassie Patrick, Toxic Cherry
  • Georgia MacDonald, Tana B
  • Rhianna Low, The Establishment

Open to all salons that are part of Goldwell and KMS California’s business networking club, The HUB, Color Creatives applicants must be passionate about colour, be at the start of their career and be over the age of 20 at the time of applying. To be considered, they need to be nominated by their salon owner or manager, who has to outline their key achievements and submit a statement covering why their junior should be given a place on the course.

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