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Wella Trend Vision Awards Categories Pictured

Wella Trend Vision Awards Categories Pictured

(Categories Pictured) Local hairstylists are invited to find their own vision by capturing and developing one of these three international trends into their individual Trend Vision look for 2003.

Eccentric Romantic

Energising Antiquity

Graphic Elegance

The Wella Trend Vision Awards 2003 are divided into two categories, Young Visionary (for stylists 30 years and under) and Master Visionary (for stylists over 30).

The winner of the Young Visionary wins a trip to Berlin to compete against nearly 40 others from around the world for the title of Wella International Trend Vision Award 2003 winner.

The winner in the awards' second category receives a trip for two to New York where they will take part in a seminar at the internationally acclaimed Wella Studio in New York.

For more, see… NZ Hairstylists Invited to "Find Their Own Vision"

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