A panel of judges has shortlisted the finalists for the Sassoon Scholarship. The Fellowship for British Hairdressing and Sassoon Academy educational award also receives support from Denman International.
The 12 finalists will now receive an invitation to a live judging day before the announcement of the 2022 winner. The Sassoon Scholarship is specifically for someone who is passionate about their craft but hasn’t the opportunity to undergo training. The Scholarship is open to all Fellowship members, and the winner will receive their choice from four Sassoon courses to learn and enhance skills in cutting, colour and styling, as well as a professional took kit and expenses courtesy of Denman International.
Eleanor Maguire, The Hair Bar, Gwynedd, Phoebe Carraro, Sean Hanna, London, Amy Sultan, FG Ringwood, Ringwood, Kay Binnersley, Kay Binnersley Hair, Pontefract, Meg Piper, Prestwich, Abby Quinn, Karoliina Saunders Hair Design, Highworth, Wiltshire, Jodie Wheeler, Jodie Wheeler Hair, Shilton, Luke Logan, Strand & Lock, London, Katie Cook, Brooks Evans, Ironbridge, Emma McLaughlin, Meraki Hair Lounge, Carlisle, Kayleigh Byrne, Tribe Salons, London and also Hannah Davies, MJT Salons, Manchester.
The Fellowship for British Hairdressing began in 1946. Over the years has grown in stature and now covers many areas of the professional hairdressing industry. The independent, non-political organisation focuses on promoting artistic and creative quality; it also provides support for future hairdressing talent keen to make their own mark in the industry. All the projects nurture skills and provide a career pathway – ClubStar, PROJECT: X, PROJECT: Colour and PROJECT: Men and the coveted F.A.M.E. Team.