L’Oréal Colour Trophy 2017 Grand Final Event Photography
Linton and Mac named champions of prestigious industry award
The L’Oréal Colour Trophy Grand Final 2017 was at it’s glorious, head turning best recently (June 5). Aberdeen’s Linton & Mac were named 2017 champions with a winning style that took inspiration from this year’s Colour of the Year, Green. Yes really!
The judges, including Ken Picton, Errol Douglas MBE, Richard Ward, Karen Dodds and Adam Reed, praised the team for their ‘beautiful’ work. A matte forest green was a stylish, layered mullet. So cool and modern, we loved it!
As well as all the amazing finalists, the evening presented two seriously impressive shows. First up on the huge tri-pronged stage was The L’Oreal Professionnel Colour Collective who showcased the new #COLORFULHAIR range. All kinds of colour on the most amazing styles.
And then industry giants Toni & Guy put on their fire and ice-inspired ‘Elements’ spectacular. The 1,000 strong crowd went wild.
Models wore custom made gowns designed for the show by designer Giles Deacon. Hair featured ice droplets and singed edges. The show featured snowflakes and storms.
A fabulous show from start to finish. More shots below from all the backstage prep, right the way through to catwalk.