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NovaLash Artist Wins Scottish Beauty Award

Anne Moratto | September 6, 2016 | 9:01 AM
NovaLash's Zach Falb, Andrea Mcquade and NovaLash's Marc Edwards (photo credit:
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The 2016 Scottish Hair & Beauty Awards took place in Glasgow on September 6, 2016 at the Radisson Blu. Over 500 top hair and beauty professionals came to celebrate the best in beauty in Scotland.

Andrea Mcquade won Best Lash Artist of the Year. Mcquade used NovaLash Eyelash Extensions for her winning work. Zach Falb, NovaLash International Business and Training Coordinator, presented the award to Mcquade.  Of the six artists nominated for Lash Artist of the Year, three had been trained, coached and certified in NovaLash by Falb.

Other winners included:

Soprano Ice in Edinburgh-- Best Beauty Salon

Medusa, also of Edinburgh-- Best Hair Salon

Ishoka hairdresser Philip Bell -- Lifetime Achievement Award

Sponsored by SalonNV, BarberNV, Esteem Academy, Mood, Fit for Vikings, Epibrow, The Training Company, Orbit Smoke, Beauty Works, Hair & Beauty World, Ganesha Group, Brazilian Blowout, and High Definition, the Scottish Hair & Beauty Awards have been celebrating the talent in the hair and beauty industry since 2011.


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