South Lanarkshire College HNC Hairdressing alumni Sharon Robertson McCurdy has scooped first place in the ‘Colour the Cut’ category at the final of the prestigious Wella Trendvision Awards UK and Ireland 2021, which was held in London last week. Sharon completed a cut and creative colour, live in front of the judging panel at the one-day event held on 11 October at London’s iconic Roundhouse.
The final which was co-hosted by Hairdressing icon, Patrick Cameron, and DJ and Television Presenter Fearne Cotton, featured shows from D&J Ambrose, ghd & James Earnshaw, HOB Academy and Robert Eaton.
Sharon said “It was a fantastic occasion, I loved being part of it. I am absolutely thrilled to have won this prestigious award and look forward to competing in further competitions in the very near future”
Sharon’s Lecturer, Kirstie Crosbie, who accompanied Sharon to the event, commented, “Sharon is amazingly talented and making it to the final was an achievement in itself. she was outstanding on the day, with many of the professionals commenting on the standard of work she produced. We are all so proud of her, both as a faculty and as a College”
Sharon completed her HNC in Hairdressing in June 2021 and is now seeking to expand her skills and industry knowledge by progressing to South Lanarkshire College’s HNC Fashion Make-up course. We can’t wait to see what she does next!
See pictures from Sharon’s day below.
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