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Intercoiffure Nouveau Top Ten Finalists Announced

Maggie Mulhern | March 3, 2017 | 7:57 AM
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MODERN would like to congratulate the Top Ten finalists in the 2017 Intercoiffure Nouveau Creative, Cut, Color, and Texture Contest. These artists, all working at Intercoiffure member salons, were asked to to submit a dynamic haircut and texture displaying versatility and creativity with distinct color as a vivid component of the overall look.

The winner will be announced this April at Spring Atelier in Boca Raton.


A Creative Cutting and Color contest to showcase new talent and acquire experience in their profession on a national and international level.


Entry was limited to licensed Cosmetologists who are employees of an Intercoiffure America/Canada “A” member and have been licensed five (5) years or less or under the age of 27.

Because it is a blind competition, we are not sharing which competitor did which image:

The finalists:

Ariella Hansen

Sage Tryall Salon; Lynchburg VA

Max Green / Sebastian Taylor

Salon Visage; Knoxville, TN

Kylie Bennett

Navii Salon Spa; Schereville, IN

Alicia (Piper) Bryant/Anna Havner

Salon Visage; Knoxville, TN

Ashley George

Vanis Salon & Day Spa; Schererville, IN

Raven Orengo / Tationya Miller

Salon Visage; Knoxville, TN

Devon Mclaughlin / Kelly Chiesa

Yellow Strawberry Hair & Makeup Salon; Sarasota, FL

Kat Layman / Beaux Paulk

Salon Visage; Knoxville, TN

Hannah Gwin / Catherine Jacoby

Jon Alan Salon; Franklin, TN

KC Harris / Tori Morsch

Salon Visage; Knoxville, TN

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