See the Winners of the Licensed to Create Awards at Premiere Orlando!
Best Nails: Katie MastersPhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 1 of 10
Jacob Khan and Phil Ring with Loria Basset, Student Colorist WinnerPhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 2 of 10
The Barberology TeamPhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 3 of 10
Pope the Barber and Popular NobodyPhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 4 of 10
MODERN's Maggie Mulhern and Vivienne MackinderPhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 5 of 10
MODERN's Maggie Mulhern and Ulta Beauty's Sonya DovePhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 6 of 10
Joico modelsPhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 8 of 10
MODERN's Maggie Mulhern and Kim VoPhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 9 of 10
MODERN's Maggie Mulhern and Sam VillaPhoto By Jamie Newman Photo 10 of 10
In celebration of emerging stylists, seasoned professionals and all industry talent, the Licensed to Create Awards by CosmoProf Beauty wrapped up on Sunday, June 3, at Premiere Orlando where they announced the winners!
15 categories were awarded to licensed professionals and student cosmetologists, voted by their peers. Congratulations to the winners!
Student Color: Lori Bassett (@lmariehairr)
Men’s Hair: Josh DeMarco (@hairdemarco)
Best Braid: Shakhzoda Robertson (@samirasjewelry)
Best Nails: Katie Masters (@nailthoughts)
Creative Color: Shanna DeVaul (@shannamichellehair)
Dimensional Blonde: Michelle Atwood (@michelleatwood)
Platinum Blonde: Morgan Benson (@morgan_hairstylist)
Men’s Facial Hair: Harry Hernandez (@houdinistyle)
Best Texture: Deandra Wells (@deandralovesbeauty)
Best Pixie: Michele Sanford (@thisgirlmichele)
Natural Hair color: Angelica Triana (@angietriana.hair)
Hair Tattoo: John Livingston (@jcash_thehairtech)
This was the first year the Licensed to Create Awards by CosmoProf Beauty appeared at Premiere Orlando.
During the event, there was also a special presentation for the Beauty Changes Lives Licensed to Create scholarships. The Beauty Changes Lives Foundation has awarded nearly $3 million in scholarships to date. Scholarships are available to cosmetology, nail, massage and esthetician students in North America.