TONI&GUY held its 19th Annual Photographic Awards as part of its 2014 Summit, held in September near Dallas, Texas. The high-energy awards program kicked off with a performance by the Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blue Dancers, and continued with impressive photographic presentations from the nominees, along with a handful of live models showcasing finalists’ work. Read below for a complete list of winners, and click through to see some of the award-winning looks.Winners
For SS14, Todd Lynn was inspired by the depiction of an anarchic youth movement within Wiliam S. Burroughs' novel "The Wild Boys." With a collection that never backs down, he wanted hair that was just as rebellious. Mark Hampton, Global Hair Ambassador for TONI&GUY Hair Meet Wardrobe, created a pulled-back shape of the hair echoes a ponytail forgotten - hair textured is pulled-out and roughed-up, with a hint of rebellious shine.
Matthew Williamson wanted simple yet glamorous hair for his SS14 runway show, so Mark Hampton, Global Hair Ambassador for TONI&GUY Hair Meet Wardrobe, created a hair look with a 70s jetsetter vibe, with glossy locks and a gently teased crown.
"Matthew's hair look is always very natural, but the Matthew Williamson woman is always chic with a hint of glamour. The 70s style blown-out look that we've done this season has an effortlessly polished beauty to it," said Mark.
The hair look for the Vivienne Westwood Red Label SS14 Collection was all about chaotic, voluminous waves that was wild and free. Inspired by wild things, this look perfectly complemented the clothing collection, which featured grass-green silks with floral prints and signature Westwood draped cuts.
Mark your calendar for August 12, when a roster of the beauty industry’s top talent will gather to raise funds for the victims of the devastating spring tornadoes.
The “Hair Aid Oklahoma Tornado Recovery Fund,” spearheaded by local professional beauty educator and former Vidal Sassoon Creative Director Sally Rogerson, will bring together artists from across the country in a one-night-only fundraising event at Bricktown Coca Cola Center in Oklahoma City.
The annual Guy Mascolo Scholarship which awards 14 students full tuition at TONI&GUY academies nationwide is now accepting applications. The scholarship was created in loving memory of co-founder of TONI&GUY Guy Mascolo who passed away in 2009. Guy Mascolo and his brother Toni Mascolo started TONI&GUY in London over 40 years ago with a single salon. With the help of brothers Bruno and Anthony Mascolo, TONI&GUY has become an international icon pioneering the beauty industry.
Launchpad congratulates the TONI&GUY Photographic Award Winners!
Jason Stanton demonstrates how to create a braided look during his editorial seminar at TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy in Santa Monica.
Jason creates big volume with curls.