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Revlon Professional Visionaries Team 2022 Is Announced

by chloeweldon / last updated April 14, 2022

Revlon Professional Visionaries Team 2022

Revlon Professional has selected five hairstylists to become the new Revlon Professional Visionaries Team 2022.

Earlier this year Revlon Professional presented an amazing opportunity for young, creative stylists to become a member of the Revlon Professional Visionaries Team 2022. This year-long mentorship programme is directed by Revlon’s global ambassador, multi-award winning Mark Leeson.

Did you know Mark Leeson and Manuel Mon will be presenting their vision of future hair and beauty at Revlon’s first Front Row Summit?

Finalists gathered at the Revlon Professional Academy, Leeds to recreate their initial entry which was to meet the brief of an ‘on-trend’ cut and colour. Judges drawn from the Revlon Professional portfolio were Danilo Giangreco, Karoliina Saunders, Terri Kaye and Richard Darby.

The Revlon Professional Visionaries Team 2022

Jessie Stride at Beehive Creative Studio, Hessle.

Adele Plowman at Be Unique Studio, Kingston upon Hull.

Amy Wright at Mint Hair London, Battersea.

Olivia Bain at Westrow, West Park, Leeds.

Shelby Barraclough at Peter Marsh Hairdressing, South Shields.

Richard Darby at Mark Leeson commented on the judging process: “The competition was so difficult to judge that we made an exception this year and awarded five places as opposed to four.”

Mark Leeson added: “Being a member of Revlon Visionaries Team will help elevate their skill set whether it is salon, session or editorial techniques they are looking to improve. Creative skills are all very good but you also need confidence. The Revlon Visionaries programme includes presentation skill sessions, photographic shoots, and PR/social networking sessions which will help elevate their profile within the industry.”

Did you catch the 2020 Visionaries Team winners?

 

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