On the 14th June 2016 Jo appeared on The Mustard Show, a nightly magazine show on Mustard TV in Norfolk, to talk about My New Hair and her involvement with the scheme.
My New Hair is a charity that provides advice to a network of independent salons who offer a wig styling service for people suffering from cancer and medical hair loss.
To learn more about My New Hair and to see the TV show please click here.
Jo Jordan Hairdressing has made it through the first round and into the semi-finals of
L’Oréal Colour Trophy Awards 2016.
This means that we will now go head to head with salons in the area at the Live Final.
We are also competing in the L'Oréal Men’s Image Award Category.
In the first round, hundreds of photographic images from across the country were judged by the most influential names in hairdressing including the 2012 title holders Sally & Jamie Brooks, leading session stylist & press favourite Adam Reed and hairdressing icon Charles Worthington MBE. Jo Jordan Hairdressing fought of stiff competition and were successfully chosen to go through to the next stage of the competition – the Backstage Live Regional Finals.
The next stage of the competition will put the team through their paces as they will now create a live model look that demonstrates an awareness of Autumn/Winter 2016/17 hair and fashion trends. The model look must be original, modern and inspirational. The team of judges are looking for a trend-setting, show stopping total look that can inspire clients and hairdressers.
From these live heats the top two salons will progress in the competition to compete at the L'Oréal Colour Trophy Grand Final to be held on 13th June in London.