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Schwarzkopf Hairdressing Awards Images Part Two

Schwarzkopf Hairdressing Awards Finalists Images Part Two

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Jason Muir

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Auckland, 3 April 2006: 19 finalists from around the country have been selected by a team of international judges for this year’s Schwarzkopf Professional New Zealand Hairdressing Awards. The Hairdressing industry combines the creative pulse of fashion with a passion for hair. Since 1988, the Schwarkopf Professional New Zealand Hairdressing Awards has celebrated this unique pulse, providing the most credible and prestigious platform from which to view creative achievement and visionary hair fashion. The Schwarzkopf Professional New Zealand Hairdressing Awards Gala event will be held in Auckland at the NZI, Aotea Centre on Saturday 6th May 2006.

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    Karl Radel

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    Kerry Cliff

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    Lisa Wang

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    Michael Hamel

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    Olivia Crighton

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    Rochelle Collins

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    Salon Team – Steven Marr

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    Servilles Newmarket

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    Vada

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