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L’Oréal Colour Trophy Judges for 2017 Announced

by maryforester / February 23, 2017

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The judges for the 2017 L’Oréal Colour Trophy have been announced.

A comprehensive mix of hairdressing icons, colour powerhouses, men’s specialists, previous winners and some amazing new judges joining the line-up this year!

They are the hairdressers who have been there and done it all, or are out there doing it all right now! No strangers to winning awards, creating on-trend catwalk images, working with famous of clientele, they all know what it takes to keep one step ahead and to produce a winning look time after time.

This year several new faces will join the esteemed panel of 50 judges including Ashleigh Hodges, Chris Foster, Craig Chapman, Katie Allan, Sharon Peake and Paul Hession.

The reputable judging panel includes the likes of Charles Worthington MBE, Richard Ward, Adam Reed from Percy & Reed, Skyler McDonald from Sean Hanna, Nathan Walker from Trevor Sorbie, Mario Charalambous from Richard Ward Hair & Metrospa , Alan Edwards, Andrew Mulvenna, Dylan Bradshaw, Sheriff Mehmet from Envy Barbers to name but a few.

To meet all the judges visit

“When you judge the L’Oréal Colour Trophy you see it from a whole different perspective! It’s the judges that get to get up really close and really get to see if that colour is a perfect colour. I can’t wait to be a judge in this year’s competition.” Sophia Hilton, Not Another Salon.

“Not a lot comes next to the L’Oréal Colour Trophy, it really does propel people’s career in a really creative way. I encourage everyone to enter #LCT17!” Skyler Macdonald, Seanhanna.

“Over the years I have been able to see so many people develop and come through, so many looks and so much inspiration. Judging LCT is an experience that I would never EVER give up.” Darren Fowler, Fowler 35.

Salons have just over a week to submit their photographic entries by Tuesday 28th February. Any salon can enter via the website and this year we have kept it simple and supplied 7 easy steps to get hairdressers started with their entry. Visit: to enter today.



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