Front page HAIR Awards 2019




Welcome to The HAIR Magazine HAIR Awards! These prestigious awards are the only consumer-tested hair product and services awards of its kind in the UK. Now celebrating their 14th glorious year and going from strength to strength, they celebrate the best in British Hairdressing: cutting edge stylists, stand-out-from-the-crowd salons and the best of the best hair products. And by putting all the entrants through their paces, we aim to take the element of chance out of choosing your next hair experience as only the crème de la crème can display the coveted HAIR Awards winner’s logo.

So, if you are a salon or stylist wanting to show off your skills and be recognised for your creativity and flair, or have a product that is head and shoulders above the rest then what are you waiting for?

Don’t delay and enter today! You can download your entry forms for The Cut and Super 60 here.

The Power of winning

Here are what some of our previous winners have to say about winning an award:

“To win the 2018 HAIR Award ‘I Want His Hair!’ category was such an incredible honour and I was thrilled to be announced as the winner out of all finalists. I strive to create collection images that are commercial and wearable with an on-trend feel and to have won an award based on this was just phenomenal.” Ross Charles, Owner of Ross Charles Hairdressing

“milk_shake are incredibly proud to be the winner of Best Daily Shampoo & Conditioner and now part of the Hall of Fame. It means a great deal to us and we pride ourselves on our products and the brand, so we are pleased that you love them just as much as we do!”

“Winning Best Colour Care Shampoo and Conditioner of the Year with the JOICO K-Pak Color Therapy Shampoo and Conditioner at the 2018 HAIR Awards was such an honour. It was incredible to have our efforts to provide the highest quality products recognised and hopefully this gives consumers even more faith in JOICO.” Jüri Coenraad, PR and Communications Manager at JOICO



Super 60 – 15th March

The CUT – 31st March