- ALFONSO MARTÍNEZ (Madrid)
- CARLES SANCHEZ (Arenys de Mar - Barcelona)
- CARLOS VALIENTE (Alcira - Valencia)
- DAVID RODELAS (Barcelona
- DAVID SIERO (Madrid)
- JOSE BOIX (Valencia)
- JOSE GARCÍA BENÍTEZ (Valencia)
- JOSE LUÍS ALMENDRAL (Madrid)
- LAURA BETATO (Barcelona)
- MANUEL MON (Oviedo - Asturias)
- MIKEL LUZEA (Pamplona - Navarra)
- RAFAEL BUENO (Málaga)
- RAQUEL SAIZ (Torrelavega - Cantabria)
- XAVI GARCÍA (Madrid)
Now, the pre-nominees who wish to compete to be finalists in the premier category of the awards must present a collection and a dossier showing their career path during this last year. This collection may not be submitted to another category.
The pre-nominees have from 1 April to submit their nomination. Following the deadline, the jury will deliberate and choose the three finalists who will parade on the day of the final award ceremony.
The period of submission for the rest of the nominations will be also open from 1 April. As in the last edition, it is not necessary for the collections to be unpublished. However, these collections shall not have been published in any media (including social networks) during the year immediately prior to the year of the edition of the awards.
Both the registration and the upload of collections can be done online. All the information about the participation process and the official rules is available for download on the website of Club Fígaro:www.clubfigaro.com.
The Spanish Hairdressing Awards, also called Figaro Awards, value the photographic works of the hairdressing creations of the participating firms, with the aim of rewarding the most outstanding creative hairdressers in the country. They consist of five categories and were established in 2009 to give notoriety and visibility to the artistic work of Spanish hairdressers. The basic objective pursued by Club Figaro with the creation of these awards is the social and professional recognition of hairdressing in Spain to consolidate an industry that is increasingly cosmopolitan and powerful.
Participating hairdressers register online to participate and upload their photographic collections to the Club Figaro website. Afterwards, the professional jury, made up of prominent personalities from national and international hairdressing and which changes every year, individually and independently votes the collections presented anonymously, to guarantee the impartiality of the awards. To compete in the queen category of the contest, Spanish Hairdresser of the Year, hairdressers must have previously been pre-nominated by their colleagues. This award rewards, in addition to the photographic collection presented, the professional career during the last year.
Club Fígaro has the support of its main sponsor Revlon Professional, a firm that has sponsored the Awards since its creation.