Home' INSTYLE Magazine : INSTYLE SPT-OCT 2017 Contents HAIR AND BEAUTY AUSTRALIA DONATE
$5000 TO BEYOND BLUE
e Hair and Beauty Australia Industry Association
(HABA) raised $5000 for a very worthy cause, bringing in
the donations for Beyond Blue, which deals with anxiety
and depression, as part of their Luxury Draw competition.
HABA raised money for the cause to combat statistics
that see around one million Australian adults suffering
from depression, and over two million who live with
anxiety. ese stats are particularly pertinent to HABA
and any business -- mental illness leads to a higher rate of
absenteeism, reduced productivity at work and increased
turnover, next to its impact on workplace relationships and
team unity. As HABA works tirelessly to facilitate and aid
the hair and beauty industry in every way, mental health
remains a vital part of that equation.
HABA sold raffle tickets to raise the funds, offering
premium prizes that saw salon employees keen to donate
and enter in any way possible. Congratulations to Rebecca
Mitchell, who won the diamond Tennis Bracelet donated
by Temptation by Protea and Raymond George, who won
the Mercedes Benz
A180, as presented
by Brett Manion
from Mercedes Benz
KAO SALON ACADEMY UNVEILED IN PERTH
An all-new Kao Salon Academy was opened in Perth, with 75
partners attending an event to view the space firsthand. e space's
chic and simple design exudes luxury, elevating the brand's already
enticing Goldwell and KMS education offering.
"We are so proud of our beautiful new academy," said Kao Salon State
Sales Manager Ryan Cicci. "Abundant amounts of natural light shows
the very best of our product portfolio and it provides a hub for our
partner salons' creative juices to flow."
e event saw hairdressing luminaries congregate to toast to and
revel in their new premises. A special feature of the night included a
presentation by Lee Preston Hairdressing, which celebrated 20 years in
the salon industry and as a Goldwell/KMS partner.
"Our busy Academy will house over 100 seminars educating 700
stylists a year," explained Rita Marcon, Education Director of Kao
Salon. " is creative space is about connecting stylists with each other,
learning and sharing knowledge and helping them to be successful in
their career and in business. Everything we do, we think stylist."
ghd have released the limited
edition contour tool, made to
add texturising and crimping
elements to their impressive
"Texture and crimping is
definitely back, but not as
you know it," shared Adam
Reed, ghd global ambassador.
"It's now a lot softer and more
subtle than it used to be, and
it's certainly more wearable.
Bring the trend up-to-date by
avoiding crimping all of your
hair. Instead, experiment with
different sections for a dual
texture effect. Crimping is one
of those trends that everyone
is scared of but it never goes
e tool incorporates
advanced ceramic heat
technology and multi-
dimensional plates, allowing for
depth and bold texture that instantly enhance volume and shape.
Some major looks that can be created with the tool include classic
textured ponytails, statement crimped veils, hidden volume and
enhanced body for a bridal look.
MUK HAIRCARE WORK WITH AFL PLAYERS
Haircare brand muk hosted an array of AFL players for
a charitable cause. e brand and the players created
the initiative to help young males and females from the
Ladder program, who have experienced or are at risk of
homelessness, treating the youths to a full hairdressing
service, and having the AFL players drop in as an additional
feature of the day.
"We recruited volunteer hairdressers and stylists from
across the muk network to provide a full suite of services
reached out to
them and told
them about the great work Ladder do in supporting young
people in need, they wanted to do whatever they could to
e hair team consisted of Clive Allwright of Our Place
salon, Anthony Staltari of Barbery, Adrian Panayiotis and
Chloe McGrath of Delilah Hair Studio, Amanda Mustafa
of Meatro and muk's own Judi Seeley. e AFL players
who attended were Essendon's Orazio Fantasia and
David Zaharakis, Sam Wright and Mason Wood of North
Melbourne and AFLW Collingwood player Britt Bonnici.
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