The Fellowship Members’ Night returned on Monday 20th February, as a sold out audience was treated to incredible hair by some of its talented members.
Kicking off the evening was Natalie Allen from Harvey Luke Hair who was welcomed on to the stage by compere, Edward Hemmings. Natalie presented three models, including two Afro looks working with opposing textures - one a sleek up-do, and the other working with the natural curl to enhance the overall style.
Next was Jamie Hill Salon, who showcased a stunning earthy green tone in both their male and female models. The styles complimented the colour placement perfectly with a bold fringe and a soft quiff styling the looks out. Another use of green colouring saw Andrew Smith Salons from Wales create fabulous looks that were influenced by nature.
ClubStar Art Team member, Ellie Bond presented her Steel Riot collection and her interpretation of punk. Her edgy looks used techniques such as braiding and plaiting, whilst working nails into the finished style. The final act for the first half was Joseph Koniak, executing his classic hair-up beautifully with stunning models influenced by three of his favourite designers.
After so much incredible hair inspiration, Bruno Marc joined Darren Ambrose on the stage for a special guest interview. Award-winning stylist, Darren gave an insight into his career and conveyed the importance of a strong team and family values.
Once the interview was complete it was on to the second round of stage presentations, kicking off with Headmasters and Alfie Pfeffer with his two models that worked with soft pastel colours adding to the idea of creating beautiful hair. Following Alfie were the Annexx, who incorporated bobbles and braiding into their styles.
Next up were Hair Associates, focussing on sleek ponytails and texture. KJM Salons soon followed with beautiful soft pastel colours that enhanced their haircuts and styling. The team created an androgynous feel to their models that gave a stunning masculine edge to their soft feminine looks.
Inspired by freedom and restraint was Junior Green, creating a cool vibe that came from strong styling and bold usage of colour, including plaiting and black and white colour placement. Errol Douglas’ The Edge team presentation saw influences from rock ‘n’ roll with Mohawks enhanced by cable ties – and even a hand-weaved hat. Their canary yellow finish was a real wow factor for the sell out crowd. The final act saw the young Rush Artistic Team take to the stage with their collection, S&M Punk - showcasing strong cuts and colours.Sarah Morrissey, salon owner of Sarai Hair and Beauty
I took six members of my team; they really were impressed and hugely inspired by the super strong presentations. The evening oozed creativity and it really has aroused some great ideas for our next salon photo shoot. They are definitely hoping to take part in the next Members’ Night.