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“Tese events bring out the very best of British hairdressing with young talent mixed with unbridled enthusiasm for fashion and hair, this Schwarzkopf Professional annual event attracts incredible levels of interest and skill and it’s great for us to see our own Essential Looks through the eyes of the hairdresser.” Commented Schwarzkopf Event Director, Anne Andrews.


Te Hensmans team were doubly represented as they also have a team member in the national youth talent team YAT (young artistic team).


“Tori Mitchell is a leading light in the team, she has a real eye for style and beauty and is a professional to her core. She really nailed it on Sunday in London. Her Essential Looks theme was Sports Junkie and typically Tori pulled off a super-shiny sleekly finished look that turned this Sports Junkie into a style icon” commented Catherine Adams, team manager of the Schwarzkopf YAT team.


Hensmans are finalists for the British Hairdressing


Business Awards 2012… We are also proud to announce that the team at Hensmans have made the finals of the British Hairdressing Business Awards in their Salon Team of the Year category. We are all so excited and can’t wait for the results at the awards ceremony in September! Fingers crossed!


Hensmans: Kettering Rd Northampton. 01604 634448 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes. 01908 6377336 www.hensmans.com


Hensmans are finalists for the British Hairdressing


Awards 2012… Our very own Gemma Hensman has made the finals for Eastern Hairdresser of the Year and we are on top of the world! Big thanks to John Rawson and our amazing shoot team – we couldn’t have done it without you!


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