IT&LY Classic Blue Colour Award
WIN £400 worth of hair tools and a stylish award to display in your salon
Thanks to everyone who has entered
About The Competition
We launched the IT&LY Classic Blue Award in February 2020. It was super easy to enter. Stylists submitted a photograph of a look, interpreting Pantone Classic Blue, colour of the year. The prize, tools from IT&LY up to the value of £400 + vat (including scissors of your choice from our selection) and stylish award to display in their salon.
Stylists entered as individuals, salon or duos. No professional photographer needed, no professional model. As long as IT&LY Colour was used and the photo contained some blue that was what mattered. We just wanted anybody who felt inspired to join in.See The Entries on facebook
Classic Blue as your starting point and Inspiration
Classic Blue should be your starting point and inspiration, read more about it in our blog post and on the official Pantone website.
If you like some of the looks in our voting gallery the product bundle to allow you to create the looks will be available for a short time.
Scroll down for Product bundles to help you with your look
Judging and what we are looking for.
We are looking for best use of the blue colour, technical ability, best story, most creative image or executed style of hairdressing. Produce the best image you can. Your image will be shown to members of the IT&LY Hair Fashion team in the UK and Milan for their opinions.
We will also show your work on our social media and use this a gauge of how popular or loved the image was. Therefore, you will also be able to show your clients and peers and they can vote via facebook. Using this blended style of judging we hope will be the fairest approach.Read Our Classic Blue Blog
Rules in Brief
The look must be created with IT&LY Hair Fashion Colours and products, we have put together some bundles to help you.The look must include a blue element. So not to stifle or make it hard to enter, you can enter a model with several colours but blue must be the feature colour or focal point. For example a red head with a section of blue or blue used to create an ombre. You may enter as a Salon, individual stylist or duo but be clear on who completed the look. Full rules here