Finalists AGAIN !!

Finalists AGAIN !!

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Great hair day for local salon shortlisted for national title

Sixth Sense Salon announces a vote of total confidence as one of the hairdressing elite.

Today is a good news day for Sixth Sense Salon in Sutton Coldfield as they stand tall over a vast industry of 245,745 professional UK hairdressers who work in just 35,000 hairdressing salons**.

Named by Hairdressers Journal International’s British Hairdressing Business Awards as one of six to be shortlisted for the IndepeBritish Hairdressing Business Awards 2016 trophyndent Salon – Business Newcomer, Sixth Sense Salon now have a rite of passage to contend for the ultimate title at the grand final to be held at the Lancaster London Hotel. It is here, on September 12th, they will find out if they can lay claim to the ultimate Independent Salon of the year.

Dean Vinning, Sixth Sense Salon owner, says, “Showing that we are a serious business contender is important for us, we are naturally known for our creativity as hairdressers, but the art of commerce is key to any successful business and we are delighted to be recognised by HJ’s award system in this way.It’s a great hair day for us and our team to shine within such a massive industry and also to be able to fly the flag of excellence for Sutton Coldfield.”

“It’s a great hair day for us and our team to shine within such a massive industry and also to be able to fly the flag of excellence for Sutton Coldfield.”

The final word goes to Hairdressers Journal International’s executive director Jayne Lewis-Orr, “It is a great honour to have salons like Sixth Sense Salon within the industry, they are setting a new benchmark for other salons to follow. It is because of businesses like this that the UK hairdressing industry retains its position as the most highly esteemed in the world.

“British hairdressing is one of this country’s most positive business messages and of that we are incredibly proud. The future looks incredibly bright as this recession-resistant sector forecasts women’s haircare product sales alone to grow 9% to reach £1.51 billion by 2020*. In the hands of these phenomenal business thinkers we can see why.”