Following the spectacular stage performance of 2018 in Parma, Davines welcomes you to the 13th edition of the WORLD STYLE CONTEST, the international competition that brings Davines clients together from all over the world, offering them the opportunity to express their creativity and talent through photography and stage performance.
The World Style Contest invites Davines clients to present their vision of an inspirational, tasteful, and fashion forward look suitable for their chosen model.
September 12, 2018:
COMPETITION OPENS- all photographic entries must be submitted online.
January 31, 2019:
All successful stylists that are through to the World Style Contest Finals will be announced online; if you have been successful you will receive important details of what happens next. The finalists will be invited to compete in front of 1500 people from 40 countries at the GRAND FINAL competition held during the WORLD WIDE HAIR TOUR in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Three winners will receive a trophy on stage: BEST IN CUT, BEST IN COLOUR, BEST STYLIST. The winner of best stylist will also be invited to perform on stage at the following World Wide Hair Tour!
HOW TO ENTER
All competing stylists must submit their entries directly to Davines through the following page: http://www.davines.com/en/register/
You must include three pictures of the model, one of yourself, and the prep video. You will also need to complete the entry form, accept the "terms of publication," and upload consent forms at the same web address.
3 WINNING TIPS FROM ANNIE ANKERWINK
WINNER OF WSC 2017 IN PARMA
1. First of all, stay true to yourself. Create something that speaks to your essence and don't try to think so hard about what the jury will like. This will make you proud of your work, however the outcome.
2. Plan every important detail together with your team. Hair, which model to use, makeup, clothes, location, lighting, position of model, etc. If you are well-planned you will have more time on set to jump from a safe space to your creative space.
3. Keep it simple. Try to channel your ideas to only one idea vs. multiple.