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BREAKING NEWS! Winners of Wella Professionals Trend Vision 2016, Barcelona, Spain

Alison Alhamed and Maggie Mulhern | November 6, 2016 | 2:03 PM
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(From left) Michelle Mason, Josh Wood, Patrick Cameron, Eugene Souleiman, Sylvie Moreau
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MODERN is so excited to congratulate the winners of Wella Professionals Trend Vision 2016, held in Barcelona, Spain. More than 1,300 salon pros gathered to celebrate and encourage the Color Vision finalists from 43 countries and Creative Vision finalists from 37 countries.

LEARN MORE ABOUT TREND VISION AND HOW YOU CAN ENTER HERE. 

ANNOUNCING THE WINNERS OF INTERNATIONAL TREND VISION 2016:

Color Vision:

Platinum: Darren Lacken, Crow Street Collective, Ireland
Gold: Jenni Kujansuu, Savy, Finland
Silver: Mana Dave, Blaze, New Zealand
Bronze: Hayley Austin, Toni&Guy, UK

 

Creative Vision:

Platinum: Manuel Sunda, La Bottega Dello Stile S.R.L.S
Gold: Laura Harju, Prof Tampere, Finland
Silver: Jamiee Smith, Zaibatsu Hair Art, New Zealand
Bronze: Nadine Rover-Eilmes, Kaschke Die Friseure, Germany

 

People’s Choice:
Color Vision:
Bogdan Gherasim, Romania, Lulia Salon
Creative Vision:
Reina Quinones Vila, Puerto Rico, Estrellisima Salon

Some of the highlights that make the ITVA so spectacular include a mesmerizing Parade of Nations. Models and competitors take the stage with their flags and proudly display the finish look with head to toe fashion and beauty (including nails!). For a full look LIVE from the competition show floor, click here.

Each year, seasonal trends are debuted to be reimagined by competitors the following year. The two trends that debuted for 2017 are “Optical Illusion” for Spring/Summer, which is all about contouring and celebrates the brave and bold individuality of today’s client; real, ultra-real and surreal. Color turns into shape, form is an illusion of the eye; and “Past Forward” for fall/winter featuring neutral tones with a color wash designed to mute and soften the shade. Not over-groomed perfection. A soft simplicity that creates the perfect canvas for color and styling, celebrating the sensuality of imperfection.

These are the trends that competitors will reinterpret—first with a photo submission entry into their respective national competition, and then onto Internationals if they win.

Learn more about the process of entering here.

Another highlight each year at ITVA is the reveal of next year’s host city. The crowd roared when it was announced that the 2017 competition will be held in London. Learn more about how the host city is chosen here.

 

The event was judged by:

Global Creative Director of Care & Styling Eugene Souleiman 

Global Creative Artist France Christophe Nicolas Biot 

Global Creative Artist Australia & New Zealand Renya Xydis Creative Director Japan Chie Yamada
Beauty editor of Woman Madame Figaro Olga Tari


Global Creative Director of Color Josh Wood

Global Creative Artist Germany Petra Brockmann Top Artist Brazil Renato Fuzz


Top Artist USA Alexandra Matiz


Tribu-te magazine Owner Mike Vincent  

To see more inspiring images from the show, check out the following hashtags: #TrendVision, #iTVA and #WellaLife.  Handles: FB @WellaUSA, [email protected], Twitter @Wellausa.

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