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NHF Hair and Beauty Business Awards Winners

National Hairdressers Federation (NHF) celebrated its 75th anniversary last week and VTCT are delighted to have been sponsors of NHF Business Awards. The Awards ceremony purposed to celebrate and appreciate the efforts of leading hair, barber and beauty businesses across the UK.

Here are the winners of The NHF Business Award:

  • Best Independent Hair or Beauty Salon – Richard Wallace Hair
  • Best Independent Barbershop or Male Grooming Business – The Master Barber’s Shop
  • Best Group of Businesses – Mr Barbers
  • Best New Business – Melissa Timperley Salons
  • Best Client Experience – Elements Lifestyle
  • Best Community Support – The H.A.I.R Foundation, Martyn Maxey Hairdressing & Beauty
  • Best apprentice – Charlotte Blower, Exceed Salon (Sponsored by VTCT)
  • Best Front of House – AKA Professional Hairdressing
  • Best Environmentally Friendly Business – Anne Veck Hair
  • Best Independent Hair or Beauty Salon (highly commended) – Anthony John Salon’s

NHF President Agnes Leonard said: “We were delighted with the calibre of the entries and the success of our first Business Awards. Congratulations to our winners for their hard work and determination – we wish them every success for the future!”

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