Win free haircuts and a chance to be a model

Broad Street Hair, Cadbury House, Stylists Ryan Cunningham and Zoe Mitchell.

Broad Street Hair, Cadbury House, Stylists Ryan Cunningham and Zoe Mitchell. - Credit: Archant

HAVE you ever wanted to have a go at being a model?

A hair salon is offering Mercury readers the opportunity to do just that and win a year of free haircuts and products in the process.

Ryan Cunningham and Zoe Mitchell, stylists at Broad St Hair at Cadbury House in Yatton, have both reached the second round of a prestigious national competition.

But in order to show off their skills and creativity in the second round, they are in need of models.

They are in the final 20 of a competition to join the Schwarzkopf Young Artistic Team.

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It is a year-long programme offering training, education and opportunities to young stylists under the age of 25.

Salon owner Wayne Hill said: “Stylists are selected each year and then go to work all over the UK and Europe doing artistic work for seminars and photographic work.

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“We are delighted they have got to the second round as it is a prestigious competition but in order for them to progress, we need to find them models to use.

“We are hoping and praying they get through to the next round.”

If Ryan and Zoe are successful, they will learn to cut, style and colour hair in the Schwarzkopf way, and will put their skills to the test at industry events throughout the year.

The second round of the competition will be on January 18, and the models will need to be available to take part.

To enter the competition and to be in with a chance of winning a year of free haircuts and products, send a picture of yourself and a brief description, including your name, age, height, to: Model competition, Broad St Hair, 4 Broad Street, Congresbury, North Somerset, BS49 5DG.

Entry closes at 9am on December 29.

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