I was lucky enough to be picked as part of my bronze win to take part in a mentoring day at the world of Wella in London with global creative director of sassoon academy Bruce Masefield. It was an amazing day of watching a true artist creating “perfect “shapes with his cutting skills. My brain was hurting as he filled it with inspiration,ideas and techniques..it is great to take the time and spend it with someone who can wow you and isn’t afraid to share their secrets..a great insight!! I can’t wait to get to back to our team and share it..get ready clients !!! – Helen
Helen is crowned UK Bronze Winner at one of the world’s most prestigious annual hairdressing competitions for color, the Wella Professionals TrendVision Award UK & Ireland, 2014.
Celebrating 10 years of award winning creativity and talent the TrendVision Award sees hundreds of hairdressers being part of this magnificent event hosted by Jo Whiley. Helen competed against hundreds of colourists from across the UK & Ireland at the regionals earlier this year, securing her position at the UK & Ireland Final, which was held at the prestigious Roundhouse in Camden, London. The final saw her compete against 48 of the country’s most talented hairdressers to be crowned the UK Bronze winner in the color category.
The next step for Helen is to take the amazing mentoring programme provided by Wella. She will be mentored by Bruce Masefield of Sassoon Academy.
Now in its 10th year the Wella Professionals TrendVision Award encourages creativity, promoting new talent and discovering the next big thing in the industry. We wish the winners every success for the coming year.
Sheila Jackson, Education and Event Manager, Wella UK & Ireland
TrendVision is a great experience for any stylist, it allows you to think out of the box and really get involved in the process of something completely new.
What an amazing journey the past 2 years have been, first setting up our own salon, then myself and Jennie entering the competition and reaching the regional finals in Manchester to then go on and win a bronze medal at the finals, I’m overjoyed”