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The Fellowship for British Hairdressing’s ClubStar Art Team was introduced in 2014 to provide an exciting opportunity for ClubStar members to take part in Fellowship stage presentations and attend incredible mentoring days.
The 2019 team had their debut presentation evening in London last month, with each member showcasing a model representing what they’ve learnt on their year so far.
ClubStar Art Team Presents…
Team leader Simon Tuckwell, hosted the ClubStar Art Team Presents… evening, which saw all eight members present a model, and guest spots from two previous team members – Evangeline Barrett and
The stage show was only the second time that the team have presented together live for an evening packed full of exciting hair work and inspirational journeys.
First up April Mash and Georgina Kemnitz-Pryor showcased styles inspired by Brixton. April’s South London style incorporated a deep red shade, styled in plaited pigtails, while for Georgina it was all about a deep purple textured box bob with an undone texture.
North London was the reference for Jemma Clemas and India Sparacia, who were both inspired by Camden.
Jemma used threaded dreadlocks and cornrows to create her interpretation of the grungy neighbourhood, while India created a bold, banded, high ponytail with a statement bold red fringe.
Next, it was time to catch up with two former team members – Evangeline Barrett from the 2017 team, and Brooke Evans from 2018.
Evangeline showcased an Area 51-inspired look on her model, transforming a soft, balayaged wig look into one combining braids, fabric and dreadlocks. She credited her time on the team with keeping her in touch with the hairdressing industry and expanding her network and urged wannabe-team members to push themselves out of their comfort zones.
Brooke Evans celebrated empowerment, with three colourful models sporting lilac, yellow and multi-tonal hair. She explained that ClubStar has allowed her to feel part of something bigger within the industry, and credited it with giving her the confidence to open her own salon.
The final half of the show saw Eloise Dudley, Stuart Kimber, Sophia Tsilidis and Ciara Darcy showcase their interpretations of East and West London style.
Eloise showcased a Notting Hill party girl going for brunch, with a morning-after pony styled in loose waves and accessorised with hair slides.
Sofia took her cue from Soho in days gone by, with an edgy, colourful bouffant style inspired by Blitz Kids and New Romantic style.
For Stuart, Shoreditch was a starting point with a choppy, lilac and pink mullet cut.
Ciara was inspired by a Hackney Wick party girl, with a colour-blocked blue bob worn with a highly textured finish.
ClubStar Art Team 2019
Jemma Clemas, Seckingtons Hair Salon
Ciara Darcy, Bad Apple Hair
Eloise Dudley, Toni&Guy
Georgina Kemnitz-Pryor, Karoliina Saunders Hair Design
Stuart Kimber, Spargo Hairdressing
April Mash, Strangeways
India Sparacia, Sculpture Salon
Sophia Tsilidis, Headmasters Soho
How to apply
Each year, the ClubStar Art Team is selected from Fellowship salons across the country, with the chosen eight meeting each month in London for education, mentoring and opportunities.
Applications for the 2020 ClubStar Art Team are open until Friday 16 August – visit the Fellowship’s website to find out more.