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May 15,2014
CONTACT: Mr. Jim King
864-322-0300
hairchamps@bellsouth.net

Greenville, South Carolina
ACADEMY of HAIR TECHNOLOGY Student Finalist in National Styling Competition

(15 May 2014-Greenville, SC) Gilberto Becerra, 46, a student at the Academy of Hair Technology in Greenville, SC was selected as a fmalist in the Junior Star Styles competition; a
national competition that attracted more than 200 of the nation’s top cosmetology students from around the nation. “The Junior Styles Stars competition is the American Idol of the cosmetology school industry,” said Paul Barry of Barristar Productions who founded the competition.

The Junior Style Stars competition invited cosmetology students nationwide to create a theme inspired style demonstrating their skill at hair design and color. All students competed on identical mannequin heads and that the creations photographed at JC Penny Portrait Studio
location. A panel of 14 judges, all with professional hair experience, evaluated each entrant’s mannequin based on technical, creative and aesthetic criteria. All 2014 competition submissions reflected a style themed as “Real Life Bridal.” “We wanted the students to focus on the types of styles they will be creating once they graduate from cosmetology school versus focusing on more fantasy-inspired looks,: noted Paul Berry.

Sherri Brilla, the Director of Education, at the Academy of Hair Technology noted that Gilberto performed all his work on his Junior Styles Star entry at school. “From the use of identical mannequins to ensuring ant all styling was performed on school premises and was photographed
by the same portrait studio chain, the Junior Style Star competition provides a level playing field for cosmetology students to demonstrate their skills,” Ms Brilla said. The hair style and use of highlights to accentuate the design was entirely the student’ crestion. Ms. Brilla said that Gilberto’s work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit coupled with the talented demonstrated in his winning design provide virtually unlimited career opportunities upon graduation. “We can’t wait to see where Gilberto’s career takes them upon graduation, “Ms. Brilla added.

As a fmalist. Gilberto and his Junior Styles Stars entry will be featured in leading hair and cosmetology publications.
Gilberto’s accomplishment reflects the opportunities that are available in the cosmetology industry.

Cosmetology remains a profession where earnings and opportunities are limited only to one’s dedication and commitment to continual learning,” noted Jim Cox, executive director of the American Association of Cosmetology Schools.

Careers in beauty remain a bright spot in the employment arena. U.S. News and World Report rated cosmetology as one of the top careers in 2014. Job growth in cosmetology
including hair, skin and nails is projected to outpace growth in many careers in the future.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELESE
May 15,2014
CONTACT: Mr. Jim King
864-322-0300
hairchamps@bellsouth.net

Greenville, South Carolina
ACADEMY of HAIR TECHNOLOGY Student Finalist in National Styling Competition

(15 May 2014-Greenville, SC) Danielle Jelks, 25, a student at the Academy of Hair Technology in Greenville, SC was selected as a finalist in the Junior Star Styles competition; a national competition that attracted more than 200 of the nation’s top cosmetology students from
around the nation. “The Junior Styles Stars competition is the American Idol of the cosmetology school industry,” said Paul Barry of Barristar Productions who founded the competition.

The Junior Style Stars competition invited cosmetology students nationwide to create a themeinspired
style demonstrating their skill at hair design and color. All students competed on identical mannequin heads and that the creations photographed at JC Penny Portrait Studio
location. A panel of 14 judges, all with professional hair experience, evaluated each entrant’s mannequin based on technical, creative and aesthetic criteria. All 2014 competition submissions reflected a style themed as “Real Life Bridal.” “We wanted the students to focus on the types of styles they will be creating once they graduate from cosmetology school versus focusing on more fantasy-inspired looks,: noted Paul Berry.

Sherri Brilla, the Director of Education, at the Academy of Hair Technology noted that Danielle performed all her work on her Junior Styles Star entry at school. “From the use of identical mannequins to ensuring ant all styling was performed on school premises and was photographed
by the same portrait studio chain, the Junior Style Star competition provides a level playing field for cosmetology students to demonstrate their skills,” Ms Brilla said. The hair style and use of highlights to accentuate the design was entirely the student’s crestion. Ms. Brilla said that
Danielle’s work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit coupled with the talented demonstrated in her winning design provide vJrtually unlimited career opportunities upon graduation. “We can’t wait to see where Danielle’s career takes her upon graduation, “Ms. Brilla added.

As a finalist. Danielle and her Junior Styles Stars entry will be featured in leading hair and cosmetology publications.

Danielle’s accomplishment reflects the opportunities that are available in the cosmetology industry. Cosmetology remains a profession where earnings and opportunities are limited only to one’s dedication and commitment to continual learning,” noted Jim Cox, executive director of the American Association of Cosmetology Schools.

Careers in beauty remain a bright spot in the employment arena. U.S. News and World Report rated cosmetology as one of the top careers in 2014. Job growth in cosmetology
including hair. skin and nails is projected to outpace growth in many careers.

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Academy of Hair Technology

3715 East North Street, Suite F

Greenville, SC 29615-2363

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Jim King

Academy of Hair Technology

(864) 322-0300   Fax: (864) 322-0391

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SOUTH CAROLINA STUDENTS EXCEL AT INTERNATIONAL HAIR EVENT

2013  Orlando, Fl, CStudents attending Greenville=s ACADEMY of HAIR TECHNOLOGY won a first (GOLD) place medal in the Bridal competition, second (SILVER) place in Junior Fashion Long Hair Down as well as second place in Junior Fashion Evening Up-style, and third (BRONZE) place in trend cut, color and style at the Premier Beauty Show held in Orlando, Florida June 3rd and 4th.

Tori Theodorski, a graduate of Hampton Park Christian High School in Greenville, one the Gold medal and both Silver medals.  By coming in second in the Junior (student) contests, she qualifies to be on the United States Champion Team to compete in Hair World this later this year in Berlin, Germany. Patricia Reeder, a graduate of Wade Hampton High School in Greenville won the Bronze medal.  In addition, Vicki Humphries, an instructor at the Academy, came in came in fourth in the Senior Fashion Long Hair Down and fifth in Senior Fashion Evening Up.  The team from the Academy of Hair Technology produced superlative results from their dedication, creativity and training, further boosting the reputation of the college which has a history of dominating national competitions by once again winning more medals than any other school.

This highly respected event showcased the best students and professionals in the field of cosmetology from around the United States. Each contest showcased the student=s creativity, skill and ingenuity while performing under pressure filled-timed contests.

The team from the Academy of Hair Technology produced superlative results from their dedication, creativity and training, further boosting the reputation of the college which has a history of dominating national competitions for a number of years

 

 

 

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Academy of Hair Technology

3715 East North Street, Suite F

Greenville, SC 29615-2363

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Jim King

Academy of Hair Technology

(864) 322-0300   Fax: (864) 322-0391

SOUTH CAROLINA STUDENTS EXCEL AT INTERNATIONAL HAIR EVENT

Chicago, IL, CStudents attending Greenville’s ACADEMY of HAIR TECHNOLOGY won first place medals in all the student contests offered and a total of nine medals at the International Salon & Spa Exposition produced by the Professional Beauty Association (PBA) and the National Cosmetology Association (NCA), thus dominating  the contests.

This highly respected event showcased the best students in the field of cosmetology from around the United States. Each contest showcased the student=s creativity, skill and ingenuity while performing under pressure filled-timed contests.

The team from the Academy of Hair Technology produced superlative results from their dedication, creativity and training, further boosting the reputation of the college which has a history of dominating national competitions for a number of years.  In the Long Hair, Bridal Contest, Mary Margaret King came in first.  Ashley Shelton came in second, and Liana Dixon came in third.  In the Trend Cut and Style Contest, Terri Anders came in first, Wanda Porter came in second, Jennifer Cooke came in fourth, and Lynn Belcher came in fifth.  In the Fantasy Contest, Dara Wilson came in first and Nichole Ambrosia came in second.

The competitors were well aware of the College=s history of success in national competitions before entering, but they really had no idea of what to expect.  Their determination to do well in these contests helped them increase their over-all confidence in their abilities and all agreed they learned much more than they had thought as a result of their hard work and tough training..

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