Goldwell Color Zoom Challenge 2012: Welcome Reception in London!

Alison Alhamed | October 12, 2012 | 1:37 PM
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Goldwell North American Artistic Team member Tiffany Conway, with team member from CoCo Cheveux in South Portland, ME.
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MODERNs Alison Shipley with Goldwells Dimitrios Tsioumas.
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Dimitrios Tsioumas, Lee Pham, Paulo Gregorio and John Moroney.
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Goldwells John Moroney with Simon Pierre Daoust.
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Goldwells Mary McConnell with John Nosek and Rona Carr.
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Goldwells Trevor Attenborough with colorist Rona Carr and KAO President USA John Nosek.
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Goldwell's 2012 Color Zoom Challenge has officially kicked off! Tonight marked the eve of the big competition, and Goldwell hosted a welcome reception at the Park Plaza hotel October 12, 2012, for the North American attendees.

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