Pictured left to right: Filipa Thornander, Ian Davey and Karen Koster.
O’Reilly Hall played host to the “highlight” of every hairdressers calendar last week when top salons from across the country battled it out to win the much coveted L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Trophy Award.
It was the ultimate head-to-head but there could be just one overall winner on the evening, fighting off stiff competition, Zeba Hairdressing, South William Street reigned supreme as this years L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Trophy winner.
The L’Oréal Professionnel Colour Trophy is the world’s longest running and largest, most directional live competition in hairdressing presenting hairdressing salons across Ireland with the platform to showcase their unique talent, by fusing fashion trends and technical excellence to create electricifying results.
There were also 3 other awards up for grabs on the night, which included; the Men’s Image Award won by Brown Sugar, Blackrock, the Irish Tatler Style Award was won by Zeba Hairdressing, Maynooth, and finally the Young Colourist Award, which was won by Peter Mark, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1.
We nabbed Karen Koster, MC on the night, to ask What She Wears – turns out it’s a dress from the latest drop to hit Karen Millen.
See what everyone else wore in our gallery below