THE deadline is fast approaching for The Look Awards 2018 in association with City of Glasgow College, Remi Cachet, The Scottish Hair & Beauty Show, The Great British Barbering Academy and Fakebake.
This prestigious awards ceremony aims to celebrate the achievements of those involved in spas, beauty and hair salons, along with barbers, dentists, aesthetic doctors, cosmetic dentists and training institutions.
Cristina Devine, Amethyst Salon Manager at City of Glasgow College, said: “ There has never been a better time to enter and be recognised by experts and peers from our industry.” Mike Taylor, CEO at GBBA, said: “This is your chance to be crowned the best barber in Scotland. This is a once-in-a-lifetime legacy and there are fantastic prizes.”
Victoria Lynch, founder of Remi Cachet said: “Entering alone is a massive achievement for many stylists, putting themselves out there for their work to be dissected. Being judged by your peers is an crucial here, and just imagine getting that notification that you have been selected as a finalist. As they say, you really do ‘have to be in it to win it.”
Gary Hackett, Managing Director, Scottish Hair & Beauty Show said: “We urge all salons, spas and clinics to consider putting themselves forward for this year’s Look Awards. Entering the awards are a great way to build your confidence, promote your business in local and national press, and hopefully, gain new clientele.”
Sandra Vaughan, Fake Bake, Global Beauty Consultant said: “A win or even a nomination at The Look Awards signifies a benchmark of achievement for your business. It provides you with an edge over your competitors and reassures your customers that they are dealing with a creditable business.”
There are 21 categories to choose from. Entrants only have until tomorrow to send in their free entries, which could see them recognised on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Glasgow. Anyone wishing to enter should log on to www.newsquestscotlandevents.com/the-look-awards-entry-form.