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Vision Comes to Life

January 12, 2012 | 10:23 AM
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“Celeste—The Visionary,” by the Sassoon team, led by Mark Hayes.
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Christopher Dove preps a Blaze model behind the scenes.
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“Grace—The Modern Muse,” by Darren Ambrose and the D&J Ambrose team.
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U.S.Trend Vision team members Omar Antonio, Sonya Dove and Paul Nasrallah.
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“Roxy—The Scene Stealer,” by Dmitry Viokurov and Alexey Ladnov.
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“Blaze—The Femme Fatale,” by the U.S. International Trend Vision Team.
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Before the 2011 International Trend Vision Awards were presented in NYC October 30, the world stage and fashion runway belonged to the big reveal of the 2012 Trend Vision looks. The four trends were created by Wella Professionals Global Creative Directors Josh Wood and Eugene Souleiman, and interpreted live for the runway by four internationally renowned teams.

Vision Comes to Life

Representing the host country, a “dream team” of U.S. International Trend Vision artists including Sonya and Christopher Dove for Wella, Paul Nasrallah for Nioxin, and Omar Antonio for Sebastian, presented “Blaze—The Femme Fatale.” The other three trends—Grace (the modern muse), Celeste (the visionary) and Roxy (the scene stealer)—were presented by three other internationally renowned teams.

Aspiring stylists and colorists who want to compete in the 2012 International Trend Vision Awards must choose and recreate one of the four trends. To get to know Blaze, Grace, Celeste and Roxy better, and for full details on entering Trend Vision, contact your distributor or Wella Professionals consultant.

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