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Andis Total Look Competition Highlights Barber Expertise at Bronner Bros.

Elizabeth Jakaitis | September 11, 2015 | 12:04 PM
Winning models from left: second, first, third. (photo credit: Elizabeth Yong)
Photo By Elizabeth Yong

The Andis Total Look Competition at the 2015 mid-summer Bronner Brothers International Beauty Show featured 23 barbers from around the country vying for the top head-to-toe looks. Held at the Georgia World Congress Center on Sunday, August 16, 2015, the prestigious barber competition focused on technical execution, originality, new ideas, suitability and haed contour. 


“The Andis Total Look competition challenges contestants to be creative and consider the complete image, not just the hair,” said contest emcee, past winner and Andis lead educator Kenny Duncan. “I can attest personally, past winners of the contest have credited the competition in helping them take their skills and career to the next level; growing personally and professionally.”  


Twenty-three barbers from across the country had 45 minutes to create a finished hairstyle with Andis tools in front of more than 500 spectators with flashing cameras. The competition required a complete haircut of at least half inch of hair removed 

and a head-to-toe themed look.


William Short from Raleigh, North Carolina took first place with his model “junior classic man.” Second place went to J. Alexander of Louisville, Kentucky and his model “Skittles," and the third place winner was Tristan King from Fort Wayne, Indiana with his “classic man.” Andis prize packs were awarded to the winners and each contestant received the Andis Excel Ultra detachable blade clipper, Superliner trimmer with bonus shaver head and other Andis essentials.

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