Successes in the hair industry for New Zealands
new talent in LOréal
Professionnels Talent Spotting
THE INAUGURAL LOréal
Talent Spotting competition in New Zealand saw Tammy Ung, from Klone
Hair in Dunedin, take home the top prize.
Ung was crowned New Zealand Young Stylist of the
Year at the national final.
Tammy also won the National Trend Award, where
the judges sought a look for tomorrow.
International judge Jonny Engström of Guy
Krémer said of Ungs bob cut, The style Tammy
created was a new twist on the bob hairstyle with a lot of overlapping
I am very impressed with the level of work
produced by these young New Zealand stylists. They could easily
compete on the international stage.
Meanwhile, Nikita Barter, Sophie Hopkins and Sam
Su’a of Spectra Hair & Body in Palmerston North were named the
New Zealand Young Team of the Year. Vanessa Sequeiros-Santana from
Servilles Newmarket won
the National Editorial Award: her entry best integrated hair, fashion,
make-up and photographic direction.
LOréal Professionnel general manager
Anya Haarhoff says the event was highly successful with strong support
from the hair industry.
An interview with Tammy Ung appears in issue
24 of Lucire.
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Above: Young Stylist of the Year Tammy Ung (left)
with model Min Oliver (right). Left: Oliver in the
original submitted photograph.
Above: Entry image from Spectra Hair & Body, Palmerston
Above: Young Team of the Year stylists (front row)
Sophie Hopkins, Nikita Barter and Sam Sua with models (back