Malaysian Hairdressing Association (mha) CELEBRATES 12th Anniversary WITH THE BIGGEST HAIR SHOW AND FASHIONTAINMENT EXTRAVAGANZA IN MALAYSIA
The Malaysian Hairdressing Association (MHA) celebrated its 12th year anniversary with the biggest hair show and fashiontainment extravaganza in Malaysia, titled “It’s TIME” on 21 March 2017 at HGH Convention Centre, Sentul.
Attended by 800 guests including industry leaders, the show aimed to create a platform for local hairdressers to showcase their work to larger audience. Last night, the gala showcased about 60 dramatic hair creations on the runway with the theme of 1920s/30s and Futuristic Chic which consists of three categories; Culture Tribes, Future Avant Garde, as well as Shapes and Sculptures.
The hairstyles were presented by over 25 local hairdressers; including James Wong from A Cut Above, Avier Ng from Tenze Studio, Alice Boon from a+b Hair Studio, Elmer Tay from La'Mode, Juno Loo from Juno’s Perfection Studio, Nick Koh from Signature Hair Salon, and many others. Additionally, the show featured Australian famed hairdresser, Atilio Dusa who highlighted the latest trend in hairdressing with the support from Evo Malaysia.
The event also celebrated fashion in an eclectic way to showcase hairdressing and fashion evolution created by today’s talented hairdressers and designers. The opening dresses were designed by Keith Kee of Keith Kee Couture, while the rest of the evening gowns were styled and designed by Malaysian fashion stylist and designer, Cris Yong — who garnered the ‘MHA Industry Creative Award’ last night.
Besides the hair and fashion show, the celebration included concert performances by MHA’s hairdresser, Elee who won the ‘Hairdresser Got Talent’ title in 2016, along with electric violinist; Dennis Lau, and Malaysian singers; Winnie K and Vic Teo. In addition, the gala featured dancers from ‘The Dance Company’ by Peter Choo, who won the ‘MHA Entertainment Award.’
Datin Winnie Loo, the President of MHA who received the ‘MHA Life Time Award’ during the event commented: “I believe this is the right time to celebrate and recognise our 12 years of achievement and let the audience see the other side of our creativity. I always dream big and this is by far the biggest hair and fashion event organised by the association. I trust with my 40 years of experience and our talented members, the gala will be a night to remember for many years to come.”
Supported by L’oreal, Elgon, K Gloss, Shiseido and Evo Malaysia, part of the proceeds from the show will go to two charities; ULC Blessing Management as well as Services for Children with Disability in Ipoh, Perak.
About Malaysian Hairdressing Association (MHA)
The Malaysian Hairdressing Association was established in 2005 to gather professionals in hairdressing industry and increase awareness of professional rights besides developing the industry. MHA works toward their industry common goal and carry out activities to promote, grow and upgrade the positive image of hairdressing profession for more profitable, productive and respectable industry. MHA proactive role involves training, business expansion, career opportunity, problem encountering and other related activities.
THEN I REALISED IT WAS HAIR!
FUN AND FROTHY AND FLIRTY
ALL HAIR-ED TO EACH OTHER LIKE RING OF DAISIES
THEY CAN PLAY TUG OF WAR WITH THEIR HAIR
ALL TIED TO EACH OTHER!
THEN THE STYLISTS WHO ARE AMBASSADORS OF ELGON APPEAR TO FINISH THE JOB!
FIRST THEY SNIP OFF THE HAIR CHAINS
AND GET TO WORK
LIVELY LIVE DEMO
LOVE THIS GUY'S PHEASANT FEATHER
FINALLY HE PINS HIS FEATHER ON HER HEAD! NICE TOUCH!
L'OREAL IS THE STAR OF THE SHOW !
THE WORLD'S GREATEST SUPPLIER AND PURVEYOR OF HAIR, MAKE-UP, SKINCARE AND BEAUTY PRODUCTS! THINK L'OREAL WHEN IT COMES TO LOOKING DIVINE! I DO
SEE WHAT I MEAN?
THIS PAIR LOOKS LIKE WRESTLERS
BUT ARE DANCERS
NO WRESTLING HERE
SO THEY WEAR BLUE UNDIES...
I MUST JOIN THEIR DANCE NEXT YEAR BUT I DON'T WANT TO CARRY AS I PREFER TO BE CARRIED
HER PLASTIC WRAP CONTAINS LIGHT BULBS!
MAYBE YOU CANNOT DANCE IN THEM BUT CAN WALK IN THEM
SEE? YOU CAN WALK IN THEM
BACK TO MY FAVORITE SHOES
SEE SO SLICK, SLEEK AND CHIC
SAD TO SAY, NO MODELS FELL OFF STAGE
NEITHER DID THIS MODEL
WORK OF WALKING ART