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Fellowship announces 2019 teams

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The Fellowship for British Hairdressing has announced the teams who will be benefiting from its unique education offering in 2019.

Each year, the Fellowship for British Hairdressing provides unparalleled access to expert education for members of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.

Through their diverse approach to mentoring, the Fellowship provides emerging talent with the opportunity for education, inspiration, exposure and experiences including stage work, photoshoots and networking.

The F.A.M.E. Team is the Fellowship’s most renowned education program, with a host of hairdressing icons having passed through the program since its launch in 1993. This year, Nick Irwin resumes his role as team leader and promises to provide even more exciting opportunities for the four members.

The Barber Project is the Fellowship’s newest launch, and will help a talented team of new barbers and men’s hairdressers hone their skills in this profitable and growing market. Edward Hemmings is the team leader for this debut team, who have an exciting year ahead of inspiring mentor classes.

The ClubStar Art Team provides the opportunity for education and exposure to a team of ClubStar Fellowship members; that is, members aged 25 and under. Simon Tuckwell – a former F.A.M.E. Team member himself, will once again be mentoring this team in 2019.

Project X has been described as ‘the ultimate hairdressing finishing school’ and aims to attract a broad and experienced calibre of participants from Fellowship member salons. Kai Wan will once again be mentoring this year’s team, which is made up of a diverse lineup of hairdressing talent.

The Colour Project is the hairdressing industry’s first colour-specific annual programme that allows access to the artistry of some of the finest colourists without the restraints of being allied to any one product
manufacturer Paul Dennison takes over the reins as team leader in 2019, for an exciting year of creativity and education.

F.A.M.E. Team 2019

  • Ashley Cockrell, Percy & Reed
  • Lora Griffin, Simon Webster
  • Tania Faenza, TONI&GUY
  • Alastair Jubbs, VAE Hair

Barber Project

  • Ainsley Brown, F&M Hairdressing
  • Luke Hawkins, The Marvellous Hair Co
  • Portia McVinnie, KJM Salons
  • Sarah Morrissey, Sarai Hair & Beauty
  • Jack Robin-Williams, Cherise Amore Hair &Beauty
  • Blayre Turnbull, Urban Hair & Beauty Highhouse
  • Rob White, Nashwhite

ClubStar Art Team

  • Jemma Clemas, Seckingtons Hair Salon
  • Ciara Darcy, Bad Apple Hair
  • Eloise Dudley, RUSH Kensington
  • Georgina Kemnitz-Pryor, Karoliina Saunders Hair Design
  • Stuart Kimber, Spargo Hairdressing
  • April Mash, Strangeways
  • India Sparacia, Sculpture Salon
  • Sophia Tsilidis, Headmasters Soho

Project X

  • Dani Ball, Headquarters
  • Zara Clelland, Marc Antoni
  • Krysia Eddery, Perfectly Posh Hair
  • Harlee Gresty, Lewis Moore Salons
  • Janene Hawkins, Heavenly Hairstyling
  • Clare Heatherill, The Chapel
  • Charlotte Johnson, The Annexx
  • Dan Law, Lara Johnson Lifestyle
  • Phillipa Lee, Yaxley Hair & Beauty
  • Emma Male, Em2
  • Rory Mason, Ashley Gamble
  • Scott Musgrove, The Cutting Company

Colour Project

  • Georgia Bell, Twisted Scissors
  • Poppy Devine-Smith, Zoology
  • Kelsey Franklin, Sarai Hair & Beauty
  • Hannah Godden, RUSH Kensington
  • Harriet Greenwood, Bad Apple Hair
  • Rebecca Hill, The Strand Ltd
  • Marlene Lamont, Urban Hair & Beauty Highhouse
  • Ciara McNamee, Andrew Smith Salons
  • Ivan Montoya, Hair Focus UK
  • Joanne Roe, KH Hair Leicester
  • Maarja Roots, Melissa Timperley
  • Lea Shaw, Rural Fringe Hair

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