Hairstyling talent-hunt coming soon
Zoom TV launches India’s first ever reality talent-hunt series based on hairstyling, ‘A Cut Above,’ which will be judged by renowned hairstylists Aalim Hakim, Rod Anker and Natasha Naegamval.
The contestants will be shortlisted on the basis of their technical skills, knowledge & creativity. The winner will get a chance to be the hair stylist for a TRESemme fashion event.
“I am really excited about being a part of this show as it is an exciting concept and the first of its kind in India,” said celebrity stylist and show mentor Aalim Hakim.
“I’m looking forward to some creative madness,” said Australian celebrity hairstylist, Rod Anker, who has also been roped in to mentor the budding stylists.
Celebrity hairstylist Natasha Naegamval, one of the judges of the show, said: “I started out young in the profession of hairstyling and I can relate to the enthusiasm and zest that the youngsters have about styling.”
Raised on a glamorous diet of Movies, Media and Fashion the urban Indian youth are more style conscious today than ever.
And, to cater to the growing demand, hairstyling has also evolved over the years and has now become a serious profession.
From contemporary runway looks to classic cuts, a hairstylist is ever learning and adapting new trends to keep their clients looking great.
Interested candidates can register on apps.facebook.com/acutabove.
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