WE HAVE THE NAMES OF THE 18 FINALISTS OF THE 12TH EDITION OF THE FÍGARO AWARDS!

WE HAVE THE NAMES OF THE 18 FINALISTS OF THE 12TH EDITION OF THE FÍGARO AWARDS!

This Monday, October 4, the names of the 18 finalists of the 12th edition of the Fígaro Awards were revealed on the Fígaro TV Channel and in collaboration with MDB Education.

For the fourth consecutive year, the announcement of the finalists took place via streaming with MDB Education and was led by Victor Alonso, a member of the entity's Board of Directors.

These are the finalists for the 2021 Fígaro Awards:

NEWCOMER HAIRDRESSER

  • BRIAN SANCHÍS - SALONES CV BY CARLOS VALIENTE
  • PAULA ALONSO – SALÓN BLUE BY RAQUEL SAIZ
  • SARA PIERA - SALONES CV BY CARLOS VALIENTE

MEN'S COMMERCIAL COLLECTION

  • BORJA CARBONELL Y DAVID PASTOR - SALONES CV BY CARLOS VALIENTE
  • CHRISTIAN RÍOS
  • SIËRO

WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL COLLECTION

  • BELÉN NARANJO - PELUQUERÍA JOSE URRUTIA
  • CASSANDRA TORRES
  • SIËRO

AVANT-GARDE COLLECTION

  • ALEXANDER KIRYLIUK - SK STYLE BARCELONA
  • JUANMY MEDIALDEA
  • MANUEL MON

INTERNATIONAL COLLECTION

  • DANNY PATO – NEW ZEELAND
  • GIANLUCA CARUSO – ITALY
  • PHILIPP & SIOBHAN HAUG – UNITED KINGDOM

SPANISH HAIRDRESSER OF THE YEAR

  • CARLOS VALIENTE
  • JOSE LUIS ALMENDRAL
  • RAFAEL BUENO

The Fígaro Awards will be held next Monday, October 25 at 7:00 p.m. and you can watch them via streaming on the Club's website. In addition, the winners of the last edition will be in charge of opening the Awards catwalk. Club Fígaro has the support of its main sponsor Revlon Professional, a firm that has sponsored the Awards since its inception.

The 12th edition of the Spanish Hairdressing Awards stands as the best in history in terms of participation, with 187 collections presented by 89 participating firms, from 29 provinces and 15 autonomous communities, including Andorra, and 9 countries for the international candidacy, which was inaugurated in this edition.

For yet another year, the autonomous community that contributes the most participation to the Fígaro Awards is Valencia Community, with 39 collections, followed by Catalonia, with, and Andalusia, with 19. Overall, the participating collections come from 29 provinces and 15 autonomous communities, in addition to Andorra. It is worth highlighting the international participation in its first edition with 15 international firms and with 27 submissions.

The professional jury that has voted on the collections participating in this edition is made up of Mike Vincent (France), Cesar Morales (Spain), Sally Brooks (United Kingdom), Beatriz Matallana (Spain) and Maeve O'Healy-Harte (Ireland), all of them recognized personalities of national and international hairdressing.

The collections of the eighteen finalists can now be visited on the Club Fígaro website, www.clubfigaro.com, as well as those of the rest of the participants

Link: https://www.clubfigaro.com/lospremios/finalistas


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The Club

The objective pursued by Club FÍGARO is recognition, both professionally and socially; thus raising our profession to the category of excellence, just as sectors such as fashion or gastronomy did at the time. Our mission is aimed at making our work known, admired and respected, both in the national and international territory, thus consolidating an increasingly cosmopolitan and powerful industry.

The contest

The Spanish Hairdressing Awards, also called Fígaro Awards, value the photographic works of the hairdressing creations of the participating firms, to reward 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 Fígaro 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 Fígaro website. Afterward, the professional jury, made up of prominent personalities from national and international hairdressing and which changes every year, individually and independently votes the collections submitted anonymously, so impartiality is guaranteed. To compete in the queen category of the contest, Spanish Hairdresser of the Year, hairdressers must have previously been prenominated 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 inception.


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About Club Fígaro

Club Fígaro is a non-profit associative project created in 2009 by an outstanding group of Spanish hairdressing professionals. The main objective pursued by Club Fígaro is the social recognition of the profession, and this is articulated with the creation of the Spanish Hairdressing Awards, which have been held since 2010 and value the photographic works of hairdressing trends from the main Spanish firms. The transparency and prestige of the Awards is guaranteed by the appointment of an external jury, made up of five prominent names in international hairdressing, who vote individually and independently on the collections presented anonymously. The winners of the different categories of the Awards are announced during the Figaro Catwalk, an event that has already become the great annual event for Spanish hairdressers. The official sponsor of Club Fígaro is Revlon Professional. Finally, Club Figaro has eight media sponsors, the main professional beauty magazines and portals in Spain.

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