Close
Expert Advice

Goldwell's Color Zoom Competition: The Judging Begins!

Maggie Mulhern | October 16, 2011 | 6:44 AM

Judging day for Goldwell's Color Zoom kicked off at 8 this morning and it is as exciting in the judges' quarters as it is on the competition floor. Well almost! We are ten judges representing several countries including Taiwan, the UK and the Netherlands.Artists from 26 countries are represented as finalists in the competition.

Color Zoom is divided in to 3 categories: Partner (artists affiliated with Goldwell), New Talent (artists with less than five years experience) and Creative (artists with more than five years of experience but not signed with Goldwell). 

While the competitors are working on their live models, we, the "jury," are judging the photo entries which are simply fantastic. The Creative category alone has 26 entries.  

It looks to be an inspiring day and I am honored to be one of the International judges (including Nick Arrojo and Rona O'Conner) representing the United States!

Goldwell's Color Zoom Competition: The Judging Begins!

Goldwell's Color Zoom Competition: The Judging Begins!

Goldwell's Color Zoom Competition: The Judging Begins!

Facebook Comments

More from Expert Advice

Your Little Guide for BIG Spring Promotions

April 5, 2017

Do you dread thinking of new ways to reinvent promotions and special occasions? How many times a year can you discount the same service, the same way, without your clients becoming accustomed to a “holiday promotion”? Fortunately, the abundance of springtime holidays and special occasions allows for a variety of fresh ways to delight your customers.

Expert Advice
Expert Advice

Why Professionals SHOULD Sell Retail Products

Maggie Mulhern | February 28, 2017

It has been a problem in our industry for years - retailing. Many salon pros have trouble seeing beyond the artistry and find it difficult to sell products to their clients. In this brief video Cody Fullerton of Living Proof confronts the situation and shares why salon pros should encourage their clients to buy products to maintain their hair between salon visits.

Load More