As runner-up in the competition, Sales created a “classic look and modernized it with a hard part.” She began doing hair for friends and followed her passion for it after a friend told her “there’s a school for it as a profession!”
Clewlow, the first The Look finalist from Canada, created a “sleek, but texturized low maintenance” style and finished it with Mitch Barber’s Classic. She entered the hairstyling profession on a whim, and it turned into a career.
Honorable mentions went to Allemand’s faded comb-over with a hard part; Telega’s slicked back, blended and pushed forward on the sides look; and Gream’s clean cut, sleek look. Allemond and Telega both grew up in families of stylists, while Gream turned doing friends’ hair into a profession, and it was a friend who inspired the style she brought to The Look competition.
All finalists received travel and hotel accommodations in Houston for the event.