Tue, 19 May | Pullman Albert Park Car Park

HBIA Australian Hairdressing & Beauty Championships 2019

HBIA Competitions 2019 will be held on Sunday 19th May. Download the events criteria and conditions of entry here.
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HBIA Australian Hairdressing & Beauty Championships 2019

Time & Location

19 May 2020, 9:00 am
Pullman Albert Park Car Park, Lorne St, Melbourne VIC 3004, Australia

About the Event

  1. FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION  Judging time: 9:00am

Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE FEMALE MODEL O NLY and reflect CURRENT TREND fashion magazine work of a high standard • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championships • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for all publications • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect, although emphasis will be on hair and make up

  1. FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION – APPRENTICES & STUDENTS

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE FEMALE MODEL ONLY and reflect CURRENT TREND fashion magazine work of a high standard • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championships • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for all publications • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect, although emphasis will be on hair and make up
  1. FIRST TIME COMPETITOR PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION (APPRENTICE & STUDENTS)

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • This is an introduction into the world of hairdressing photo shoots combining hair, makeup and styling. • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE FEMALE MODEL ONLY and reflect CURRENT TREND fashion magazine work of a high standard. • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • Competitors in this section must not have entered a photographic competition before. • Armature photographs accepted (i.e. you do not have to use a professional photographer) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championship event • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • In addition HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for publications. • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect, although emphasis will be on hair and make up.
  1. MALE BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHIC – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE MALE MODEL ONLY and reflect CURRENT TREND fashion magazine work of a high standard. • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championship event • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • In addition, HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for publications. • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect, although emphasis must be on hair and makeup
  1. MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPHIC COVER – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE FEMALE MODEL ONLY and reflect a CURRENT TREND magazine cover. • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • Your inspiration may come from magazine covers of Instyle, Marie Claire, Fashion Trend etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championship event • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for publications. • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect.
  1. COLLABORATIVE COLLECTION PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) Colour and/or Black & White photographic prints must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13thMay 2019) • Must submit four photographs and reflect an overall collection and/or theme inspired by today’s current fashion trends • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photographs returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championship event • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • In addition, HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for publications. • Judging will consider hair, make-up and fashion, although emphasis must be on hair and make-up.
  1. STYLING IRON AWARD- JUNIOR CATEGORY

PRACTICAL STYLING COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 8:40am Starting time: 9:00am Judging Time: 9:45am

  • On One model, competitors must complete a style using a styling iron of any sort • Pre-prepared hairstyles will result in disqualification • Examples of styling irons include; straighter, tongs, crimper, curling iron etc. • Examples of current styles you may wish to create are; waves, crimps, curls, straightening etc. • Models to be taken for scrutineering, with the hair raw which includes hair hanging free, dried, with no pre-sectioning, braids or ponytails. • Blow driers are not permitted • Judges will award points for styles that accentuate movement and control of the hair. • Time allowed is 45 minutes. • Competitors exceeding this time will automatically be disqualified.
  1. FEMALE CUTTING – Senior Category (This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL CUTTING COMPETITION

Scrutineering Time: 8:50am Starting time: 9:10am Judging Time: 9:55am

  • On One female model, to create a design cut by removing an average of 3cm overall from the hair and to clearly create a change of style.
  • Finished look is to reflect current fashion trends.
  • All textures of hair will be considered.
  • Styling method optional and pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification.

Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes. • Colour must be used to enhance the final result. • All cutting tools allowed

9: THE PERFECT PONYTAIL -JUNIOR PRACTICAL

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 9:55am Starting time: 10:15am Judging Time: 11:00am

  • On One model, competitors must complete a fashion ponytail look of today • Pre-prepared hairstyles will result in disqualification • Hair pieces and Wefts may be utilised up to 50% of own hair must be visible • The completed look must be complemented by clothing and makeup and should reflect fashion of today. • Models to be taken for scrutineering, with the hair raw which includes hair hanging free, dried, with no pre-sectioning, braids or ponytails. • Time allowed is 45 minutes. • Competitors exceeding this time will automatically be disqualified

10: MENS/WOMENS BARBERING / FADE – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION

Scrutineering Time: 10:10am Starting time: 10:30am Judging Time: 11:15am

  • On male or female model, competitor must clearly create a change of style, with scalp exposure
  • Scissor over comb limits can be pushed
  • Blending and fading very important
  • Examples are: David Beckmann,  Tom Brady , Wayne Runey , Christiano Ronaldo • Scissor over comb techniques will be judged • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect current barbering trends
  • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.
  1. : MENS/WOMENS BARBERING / FADE Junior Category

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 10:10am Starting time: 10:30am Judging Time: 11:15am

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style, with scalp exposure
  • Scissor over comb limits can be pushed
  • Blending and fading very important
  • Examples are: David Beckmann,  Tom Brady , Wayne Runey , Christiano Ronaldo • Scissor over comb techniques will be judged • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect current athletic trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes. 
  1. THE NOW COLOUR’ – JUNIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior Colourist of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering: 11.10am Judging Time: 11:30am

  • Open for all colour competition competitors. • Multiple Entries will be accepted • All colouring to complement the hairstyle incorporating today’s current fashion creative colour trends. • All work to be pre-done. • Visual judging only, 70% of points goes towards colour and 30% towards the overall effect. A declaration that the model’s hair has been coloured by the competitor will be required prior to taking the competition floor. • The finished styling must reflect today’s current fashion trend.
  1. FESTIVAL BRAIDS -SENIOR CATEGORY

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering : 11.40am Judging Time: 12:00pm

  • On one model, competitor must create a braided hairstyle to reflect current fashion trends and festival theme. • All Braiding styles allowed • Styling method is optional and braiding techniques can include but not limited to; fishtail braid, sewing, reverse braid, French braid etc. • All hairstyling work to be pre – done. • Hairpieces and extensions may be used, be as creative as you like!! • No Wigs to be used. • Models will be required for the award presentations. • Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • The finished styling must reflect the festival theme think music, think Coachella. • Declaration must be signed on the entry form pledging that all works are carried out by you, the competitor.
  1. ‘INSTA BLONDE’ – JUNIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior Colourist of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering:    12.10pm

Judging                   12.30pm

  • Multiple Entries will be accepted
  • Beautiful bombshell blonde
  • Level 9 or lighter 50% of colour must be blonde( 50% of the colour must be a level 9 or lighter )
  • All colour work to be pre done
  • Utilise todays free hand colouring techniques to complete the look
  • Baliage, umbre, dip dye its up to you.
  • Models will be required for the award presentations
  • Winners work may be published in our industry media publications
  1. MEN’S CLASSIC CUT – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 11:30am Starting time: 11:50am Judging Time: 12:35am

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style
  • Is a tailored men’s classic look
  • Can be long or short but must include men’s classic techniques i.e clipper work , fade , razor work and scissor work but not necessary altogether
  • Examples are: Elivis , Steve McQueen , Richard Gere , Cary Grant , John Lennon , Liam Hemsworth , James Dean • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect classic trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.
  1. MEN’S CLASSIC CUT – JUNIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 11:30am Starting time: 11:50am Judging Time: 12:35am

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style
  • Is a tailored men’s classic look
  • Can be long or short but must include men’s classic techniques i.e clipper work , fade , razor work and scissor work but not necessary altogether
  • Examples are: Elivis , Steve McQueen , Richard Gere , Cary Grant , John Lennon , Liam Hemsworth , James Dean • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect classic trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.
  1. ‘THE NOW COLOUR’ – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior Colourist of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 12:40pm

Judging Time: 1:00pm

  • Open for all colour competition competitors. • Multiple Entries will be accepted • All colouring to complement the hairstyle incorporating today’s current fashion creative colour trends. • All work to be pre-done. • Visual judging only, 70% of points goes towards colour and 30% towards the overall effect. A declaration that the model’s hair has been coloured by the competitor will be required prior to taking the competition floor. • The finished styling must reflect today’s current fashion trend
  1. UNICORN INSPIRED COLOUR – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 1:00pm

Judging Time: 1:20pm

  • Open for all colour competition competitors. • Multiple Entries will be accepted • All colouring to complement the hairstyle incorporating today’s current fashion creative colour trends and inspired by unicorn colour. • All work to be pre-done. • Visual judging only, 70% of points goes towards colour and 30% towards the overall effect. A declaration that the model’s hair has been coloured by the competitor will be required prior to taking the competition floor. • The finished styling must reflect today’s current fashion trend. Think bold, think pastels, must be magical Hair extensions, wefts can be utilised in completed look up to 50%.
  1. MENTOR AND APPRENTICE –HAIR UP

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 12:45pm Starting time: 1:05pm Judging Time: 1:45pm

  • On One female model apprentice is to be mentored to create a hair up style that allows the opportunity to showcase their hairdressing skills. • The finished result should reflect 2019 salon work that is created when a client requests a modern hair up style. • Mentors must not touch the models hair however can verbally assist the Apprentice/Student with their hair up style • Mentoring focuses on developing employees’ skills therefore judges will be assessing the verbal communication between the mentor and apprentice as well as the skill level achieved from this communication • Models must be brought to the hall: 1. Set in rollers and dried (hair must not be combed or brushed after drying until the competition begins) 2. Hair hanging free, dried or wet, not pre-sectioned, braided or in a ponytail. • Time allocation is 40 minutes – competitors exceeding this time will automatically be disqualified • Hairpieces may be used, but must not cover more than ONE-THIRD of the finished hairstyle. • TWO-THIRDS of model’s natural hair must be visible upon completion. • Padding may be used however must not be visible upon completion. • Judges will require model to both sit and stand during the judging. • MODELS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PARADE PRIOR TO THE AWARDS PRESENTATION.
  1. FESTIVAL BRAIDS – JUNIOR CATEGORY

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering Time: 1:40pm Judging Time: 2:00pm

  • On one model, competitor must create a braided hairstyle to reflect current fashion trends and festival theme. • All Braiding styles allowed • Styling method is optional and braiding techniques can include but not limited to; fishtail braid, sewing, reverse braid, French braid etc. • All hairstyling work to be pre – done. • Hairpieces and extensions may be used, be as creative as you like!! • No Wigs to be used. • Models will be required for the award presentations. • Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • The finished styling must reflect the festival theme think music, think Coachella. • Declaration must be signed on the entry form pledging that all works are carried out by you, the competitor.
  1. The BOB – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering: 2:10pm Judging Time: 2:30pm

  • THIS IS A PRE DONE COMPETITION • On One female model, competitor must create a ‘Bob’ cut to reflect current fashion trends. • All Bob styles allowed • Styling method is optional and Bob techniques can include but not limited to; asymmetrical, undercuts, fringes, layered, graduated etc. • Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • Colour must be used to enhance the final result. • All cutting tools allowed. • Declaration must be signed on the entry form pledging that all works are carried out by you, the competitor • MAY THE BEST BOB WIN!!!!
  1. MEN’S TREND CUT – SENIOR CATEGORY

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 1:30pm Starting time: 1:50pm Judging Time: 2:35pm

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style
  • Work must be forward thinking and edgy
  • Forecast the next thing in fashion as far as technique
  • Anything goes.
  • Think catwalk forward thinking movies like Ghost In The Shell
  • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect edgy trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.
  1. MEN’S TREND CUT – JUNIOR CATEGORY

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 1:30pm Starting time: 1:50pm Judging Time: 2:35pm

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style
  • Work must be forward thinking and edgy
  • Forecast the next thing in fashion as far as technique
  • Anything goes.
  • Think catwalk forward thinking movies like Ghost In The Shell
  • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect edgy trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.

24.”INSTA BLONDE” – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 2:40pm

Judging Time : 3:00pm

  • Multiple Entries will be accepted
  • Beautiful clean bombshell blonde
  • Level 9 or lighter 50% of colour must be blonde       ( 50% of the colour must be a level 9 or lighter )
  • All colour work to be pre done
  • Utilise todays free hand colouring techniques to complete the look
  • Baliage, umbre, dip dye its up to you.
  • Models will be required for the award presentations
  • Winners work may be published in our industry media publications
  1. BEAUTIFUL BRIDES– OPEN CATEGORY

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 2:45pm Starting time: 3:05pm Judging Time: 3:55pm

  • On One female model competitors must showcase their hairdressing skills and create a modern bride • This is a 2019 Bridal competition requiring current hair trends and must reflect the ‘look’ of a bride in 2019. • Hairpieces may be used, but must not cover more than ONE-THIRD of the finished hairstyle. TWO-THIRDS of model’s natural hair must be visible on completion. • Padding may be used however must not be visible on completion. • Models must be brought to the hall: 3. Set in rollers and dried (hair must not be combed or brushed after drying until the competition begins) 4. Hair hanging free, dried or wet, not pre-sectioned, braided or in a ponytail. • Time allocation is 40 minutes – competitors exceeding this time will automatically be disqualified • JUDGING: Emphasis is predominantly on hair however models gown, make up and your personal interpretation of a bride in 2019 will also be considered in the final judging. • Credits of gown designers will be announced during the parade of brides and should be supplied with entry forms 1 week prior to the Competitions • Where the style of gown prevents the model from using an ordinary chair, the onus is on the competitor to provide alternative arrangements • Judges will require model to both sit and stand during the judging. • MODELS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PARADE PRIOR TO THE AWARDS PRESENTATION.
  1. FEMALE CUTTING – Junior

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL CUTTING COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 2:55pm Starting time: 3:15pm Judging Time: 4:00pm

  • This is an introduction into the world of competitions and live cutting on stage • On One female model, to create a design cut by removing an average of 3cm overall from the hair and to clearly create a change of style.

All textures of hair will be considered. • Finished look is to reflect current fashion trends. • Styling method optional and pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes. • Colour must be used to enhance the final result. • All cutting tools allowed

  1. All That Glitters Styling- OPEN

Pre Done Competition

Scrutineering     4.20pm

Judging                   4.50pm

  • Put together an inspirational total look utilising glitter and crystals. All that glitters and sparkles.
  • On a female model present an inspirational total look utilising glitter and crystals.
  • There is no limitations on what may be presented.
  • Multiple Entries will be accepted
  • Points will be allocated for the total look and suitability and also intricacy of the work
  • Model will be judged in the completed form this is a pre done event.
  • Completed looks will be paraded.
  1. SESSION STYLIST RUNWAY AWARD

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging: Catwalk presentation on stage at 5:15pm

  • Up to 5 models can be paraded on the catwalk (must have no less than 2 models) • This is a team building category that allows an entire salon to get involved • This is a designer collection presentation – no dancing allowed • Keep in mind the meaning of Session Styling – A hairdressing session stylist creates and cuts hair styles for national and international fashion parades, advertising campaigns, magazine editorial shoots etc. • Competitors must create a fashion look and put together a 1 minute catwalk and designer presentation to a song (timing will be judged) • Song name and artist to be given to HBIA two weeks prior to the event • Music, hair, clothes and make-up is to reflect the collection. • Presentation will be judged on the catwalk. • Credits of fashion designers can be announced during the presentation. Details should be supplied when entering. • All entrants will have their models professionally photographed after each runway presentations. • HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these
  1. FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION  Judging time: 9:00am

Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE FEMALE MODEL O NLY and reflect CURRENT TREND fashion magazine work of a high standard • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championships • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for all publications • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect, although emphasis will be on hair and make up

  1. FEMALE PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION – APPRENTICES & STUDENTS

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE FEMALE MODEL ONLY and reflect CURRENT TREND fashion magazine work of a high standard • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championships • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for all publications • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect, although emphasis will be on hair and make up
  1. FIRST TIME COMPETITOR PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION (APPRENTICE & STUDENTS)

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • This is an introduction into the world of hairdressing photo shoots combining hair, makeup and styling. • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE FEMALE MODEL ONLY and reflect CURRENT TREND fashion magazine work of a high standard. • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • Competitors in this section must not have entered a photographic competition before. • Armature photographs accepted (i.e. you do not have to use a professional photographer) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championship event • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • In addition HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for publications. • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect, although emphasis will be on hair and make up.
  1. MALE BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHIC – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE MALE MODEL ONLY and reflect CURRENT TREND fashion magazine work of a high standard. • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championship event • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • In addition, HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for publications. • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect, although emphasis must be on hair and makeup
  1. MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPHIC COVER – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) photographic print must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13th May 2019) • The photograph is to be of ONE FEMALE MODEL ONLY and reflect a CURRENT TREND magazine cover. • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • Your inspiration may come from magazine covers of Instyle, Marie Claire, Fashion Trend etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photograph returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championship event • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for publications. • Judging will consider hair, make-up and overall effect.
  1. COLLABORATIVE COLLECTION PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging time: 9:00am

  • Strictly an 8”x10” (20 cm x 25.5cm) Colour and/or Black & White photographic prints must be lodged with the HBIA no later than a week prior to the competition (Monday 13thMay 2019) • Must submit four photographs and reflect an overall collection and/or theme inspired by today’s current fashion trends • Digital copy of all photographic entries are to be supplied to HBIA i.e. on USB or via dropbox etc. • No borders are to be displayed on photographs • Photographs are to be entered on original and appropriate materials (i.e. – no prints to be mounted on backing boards etc) • To have your photographs returned please send a self-addressed envelope enclosed with a stamp for your photograph to be returned • Photographs will be judged by the HBIA expert panel of judges one week prior to the Championship event • All winners are announced at the HBIA Australian Hairdressing Championships on 19th May 2019 • HBIA reserves the right display photographs on plasma screen in main theatre during the Championship event • In addition, HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these photographs with appropriate credits for publications. • Judging will consider hair, make-up and fashion, although emphasis must be on hair and make-up.
  1. STYLING IRON AWARD- JUNIOR CATEGORY

PRACTICAL STYLING COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 8:40am Starting time: 9:00am Judging Time: 9:45am

  • On One model, competitors must complete a style using a styling iron of any sort • Pre-prepared hairstyles will result in disqualification • Examples of styling irons include; straighter, tongs, crimper, curling iron etc. • Examples of current styles you may wish to create are; waves, crimps, curls, straightening etc. • Models to be taken for scrutineering, with the hair raw which includes hair hanging free, dried, with no pre-sectioning, braids or ponytails. • Blow driers are not permitted • Judges will award points for styles that accentuate movement and control of the hair. • Time allowed is 45 minutes. • Competitors exceeding this time will automatically be disqualified.
  1. FEMALE CUTTING – Senior Category (This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL CUTTING COMPETITION

Scrutineering Time: 8:50am Starting time: 9:10am Judging Time: 9:55am

  • On One female model, to create a design cut by removing an average of 3cm overall from the hair and to clearly create a change of style.
  • Finished look is to reflect current fashion trends.
  • All textures of hair will be considered.
  • Styling method optional and pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification.

Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes. • Colour must be used to enhance the final result. • All cutting tools allowed

9: THE PERFECT PONYTAIL -JUNIOR PRACTICAL

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 9:55am Starting time: 10:15am Judging Time: 11:00am

  • On One model, competitors must complete a fashion ponytail look of today • Pre-prepared hairstyles will result in disqualification • Hair pieces and Wefts may be utilised up to 50% of own hair must be visible • The completed look must be complemented by clothing and makeup and should reflect fashion of today. • Models to be taken for scrutineering, with the hair raw which includes hair hanging free, dried, with no pre-sectioning, braids or ponytails. • Time allowed is 45 minutes. • Competitors exceeding this time will automatically be disqualified

10: MENS/WOMENS BARBERING / FADE – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION

Scrutineering Time: 10:10am Starting time: 10:30am Judging Time: 11:15am

  • On male or female model, competitor must clearly create a change of style, with scalp exposure
  • Scissor over comb limits can be pushed
  • Blending and fading very important
  • Examples are: David Beckmann,  Tom Brady , Wayne Runey , Christiano Ronaldo • Scissor over comb techniques will be judged • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect current barbering trends
  • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.
  1. : MENS/WOMENS BARBERING / FADE Junior Category

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 10:10am Starting time: 10:30am Judging Time: 11:15am

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style, with scalp exposure
  • Scissor over comb limits can be pushed
  • Blending and fading very important
  • Examples are: David Beckmann,  Tom Brady , Wayne Runey , Christiano Ronaldo • Scissor over comb techniques will be judged • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect current athletic trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes. 
  1. THE NOW COLOUR’ – JUNIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior Colourist of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering: 11.10am Judging Time: 11:30am

  • Open for all colour competition competitors. • Multiple Entries will be accepted • All colouring to complement the hairstyle incorporating today’s current fashion creative colour trends. • All work to be pre-done. • Visual judging only, 70% of points goes towards colour and 30% towards the overall effect. A declaration that the model’s hair has been coloured by the competitor will be required prior to taking the competition floor. • The finished styling must reflect today’s current fashion trend.
  1. FESTIVAL BRAIDS -SENIOR CATEGORY

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering : 11.40am Judging Time: 12:00pm

  • On one model, competitor must create a braided hairstyle to reflect current fashion trends and festival theme. • All Braiding styles allowed • Styling method is optional and braiding techniques can include but not limited to; fishtail braid, sewing, reverse braid, French braid etc. • All hairstyling work to be pre – done. • Hairpieces and extensions may be used, be as creative as you like!! • No Wigs to be used. • Models will be required for the award presentations. • Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • The finished styling must reflect the festival theme think music, think Coachella. • Declaration must be signed on the entry form pledging that all works are carried out by you, the competitor.
  1. ‘INSTA BLONDE’ – JUNIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior Colourist of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering:    12.10pm

Judging                   12.30pm

  • Multiple Entries will be accepted
  • Beautiful bombshell blonde
  • Level 9 or lighter 50% of colour must be blonde( 50% of the colour must be a level 9 or lighter )
  • All colour work to be pre done
  • Utilise todays free hand colouring techniques to complete the look
  • Baliage, umbre, dip dye its up to you.
  • Models will be required for the award presentations
  • Winners work may be published in our industry media publications
  1. MEN’S CLASSIC CUT – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 11:30am Starting time: 11:50am Judging Time: 12:35am

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style
  • Is a tailored men’s classic look
  • Can be long or short but must include men’s classic techniques i.e clipper work , fade , razor work and scissor work but not necessary altogether
  • Examples are: Elivis , Steve McQueen , Richard Gere , Cary Grant , John Lennon , Liam Hemsworth , James Dean • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect classic trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.
  1. MEN’S CLASSIC CUT – JUNIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 11:30am Starting time: 11:50am Judging Time: 12:35am

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style
  • Is a tailored men’s classic look
  • Can be long or short but must include men’s classic techniques i.e clipper work , fade , razor work and scissor work but not necessary altogether
  • Examples are: Elivis , Steve McQueen , Richard Gere , Cary Grant , John Lennon , Liam Hemsworth , James Dean • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect classic trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.
  1. ‘THE NOW COLOUR’ – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior Colourist of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 12:40pm

Judging Time: 1:00pm

  • Open for all colour competition competitors. • Multiple Entries will be accepted • All colouring to complement the hairstyle incorporating today’s current fashion creative colour trends. • All work to be pre-done. • Visual judging only, 70% of points goes towards colour and 30% towards the overall effect. A declaration that the model’s hair has been coloured by the competitor will be required prior to taking the competition floor. • The finished styling must reflect today’s current fashion trend
  1. UNICORN INSPIRED COLOUR – OPEN

PRE DONE COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 1:00pm

Judging Time: 1:20pm

  • Open for all colour competition competitors. • Multiple Entries will be accepted • All colouring to complement the hairstyle incorporating today’s current fashion creative colour trends and inspired by unicorn colour. • All work to be pre-done. • Visual judging only, 70% of points goes towards colour and 30% towards the overall effect. A declaration that the model’s hair has been coloured by the competitor will be required prior to taking the competition floor. • The finished styling must reflect today’s current fashion trend. Think bold, think pastels, must be magical Hair extensions, wefts can be utilised in completed look up to 50%.
  1. MENTOR AND APPRENTICE –HAIR UP

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 12:45pm Starting time: 1:05pm Judging Time: 1:45pm

  • On One female model apprentice is to be mentored to create a hair up style that allows the opportunity to showcase their hairdressing skills. • The finished result should reflect 2019 salon work that is created when a client requests a modern hair up style. • Mentors must not touch the models hair however can verbally assist the Apprentice/Student with their hair up style • Mentoring focuses on developing employees’ skills therefore judges will be assessing the verbal communication between the mentor and apprentice as well as the skill level achieved from this communication • Models must be brought to the hall: 1. Set in rollers and dried (hair must not be combed or brushed after drying until the competition begins) 2. Hair hanging free, dried or wet, not pre-sectioned, braided or in a ponytail. • Time allocation is 40 minutes – competitors exceeding this time will automatically be disqualified • Hairpieces may be used, but must not cover more than ONE-THIRD of the finished hairstyle. • TWO-THIRDS of model’s natural hair must be visible upon completion. • Padding may be used however must not be visible upon completion. • Judges will require model to both sit and stand during the judging. • MODELS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PARADE PRIOR TO THE AWARDS PRESENTATION.
  1. FESTIVAL BRAIDS – JUNIOR CATEGORY

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering Time: 1:40pm Judging Time: 2:00pm

  • On one model, competitor must create a braided hairstyle to reflect current fashion trends and festival theme. • All Braiding styles allowed • Styling method is optional and braiding techniques can include but not limited to; fishtail braid, sewing, reverse braid, French braid etc. • All hairstyling work to be pre – done. • Hairpieces and extensions may be used, be as creative as you like!! • No Wigs to be used. • Models will be required for the award presentations. • Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • The finished styling must reflect the festival theme think music, think Coachella. • Declaration must be signed on the entry form pledging that all works are carried out by you, the competitor.
  1. The BOB – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION

Scrutineering: 2:10pm Judging Time: 2:30pm

  • THIS IS A PRE DONE COMPETITION • On One female model, competitor must create a ‘Bob’ cut to reflect current fashion trends. • All Bob styles allowed • Styling method is optional and Bob techniques can include but not limited to; asymmetrical, undercuts, fringes, layered, graduated etc. • Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • Colour must be used to enhance the final result. • All cutting tools allowed. • Declaration must be signed on the entry form pledging that all works are carried out by you, the competitor • MAY THE BEST BOB WIN!!!!
  1. MEN’S TREND CUT – SENIOR CATEGORY

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 1:30pm Starting time: 1:50pm Judging Time: 2:35pm

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style
  • Work must be forward thinking and edgy
  • Forecast the next thing in fashion as far as technique
  • Anything goes.
  • Think catwalk forward thinking movies like Ghost In The Shell
  • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect edgy trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.
  1. MEN’S TREND CUT – JUNIOR CATEGORY

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 1:30pm Starting time: 1:50pm Judging Time: 2:35pm

  • On One male model, competitor must clearly create a change of style
  • Work must be forward thinking and edgy
  • Forecast the next thing in fashion as far as technique
  • Anything goes.
  • Think catwalk forward thinking movies like Ghost In The Shell
  • All cutting and styling tools allowed • Finished look is to reflect edgy trends. • Pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes.

24.”INSTA BLONDE” – SENIOR CATEGORY

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Senior of The Year Award 2019)

PRE DONE COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 2:40pm

Judging Time : 3:00pm

  • Multiple Entries will be accepted
  • Beautiful clean bombshell blonde
  • Level 9 or lighter 50% of colour must be blonde       ( 50% of the colour must be a level 9 or lighter )
  • All colour work to be pre done
  • Utilise todays free hand colouring techniques to complete the look
  • Baliage, umbre, dip dye its up to you.
  • Models will be required for the award presentations
  • Winners work may be published in our industry media publications
  1. BEAUTIFUL BRIDES– OPEN CATEGORY

PRACTICAL COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 2:45pm Starting time: 3:05pm Judging Time: 3:55pm

  • On One female model competitors must showcase their hairdressing skills and create a modern bride • This is a 2019 Bridal competition requiring current hair trends and must reflect the ‘look’ of a bride in 2019. • Hairpieces may be used, but must not cover more than ONE-THIRD of the finished hairstyle. TWO-THIRDS of model’s natural hair must be visible on completion. • Padding may be used however must not be visible on completion. • Models must be brought to the hall: 3. Set in rollers and dried (hair must not be combed or brushed after drying until the competition begins) 4. Hair hanging free, dried or wet, not pre-sectioned, braided or in a ponytail. • Time allocation is 40 minutes – competitors exceeding this time will automatically be disqualified • JUDGING: Emphasis is predominantly on hair however models gown, make up and your personal interpretation of a bride in 2019 will also be considered in the final judging. • Credits of gown designers will be announced during the parade of brides and should be supplied with entry forms 1 week prior to the Competitions • Where the style of gown prevents the model from using an ordinary chair, the onus is on the competitor to provide alternative arrangements • Judges will require model to both sit and stand during the judging. • MODELS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PARADE PRIOR TO THE AWARDS PRESENTATION.
  1. FEMALE CUTTING – Junior

(This section will have points allocated to the overall Junior of The Year Award 2019)

PRACTICAL CUTTING COMPETITION Scrutineering Time: 2:55pm Starting time: 3:15pm Judging Time: 4:00pm

  • This is an introduction into the world of competitions and live cutting on stage • On One female model, to create a design cut by removing an average of 3cm overall from the hair and to clearly create a change of style.

All textures of hair will be considered. • Finished look is to reflect current fashion trends. • Styling method optional and pre-prepared hairstyles or pre-cut to style will result in disqualification. • Points will be allocated for your model’s overall look. • Time allowed for cut and finish is 45 minutes. • Colour must be used to enhance the final result. • All cutting tools allowed

  1. All That Glitters Styling- OPEN

Pre Done Competition

Scrutineering     4.20pm

Judging                   4.50pm

  • Put together an inspirational total look utilising glitter and crystals. All that glitters and sparkles.
  • On a female model present an inspirational total look utilising glitter and crystals.
  • There is no limitations on what may be presented.
  • Multiple Entries will be accepted
  • Points will be allocated for the total look and suitability and also intricacy of the work
  • Model will be judged in the completed form this is a pre done event.
  • Completed looks will be paraded.
  1. SESSION STYLIST RUNWAY AWARD

PRE DONE COMPETITION Judging: Catwalk presentation on stage at 5:15pm

  • Up to 5 models can be paraded on the catwalk (must have no less than 2 models) • This is a team building category that allows an entire salon to get involved • This is a designer collection presentation – no dancing allowed • Keep in mind the meaning of Session Styling – A hairdressing session stylist creates and cuts hair styles for national and international fashion parades, advertising campaigns, magazine editorial shoots etc. • Competitors must create a fashion look and put together a 1 minute catwalk and designer presentation to a song (timing will be judged) • Song name and artist to be given to HBIA two weeks prior to the event • Music, hair, clothes and make-up is to reflect the collection. • Presentation will be judged on the catwalk. • Credits of fashion designers can be announced during the presentation. Details should be supplied when entering. • All entrants will have their models professionally photographed after each runway presentations. • HBIA reserves the right to reproduce these
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