Clevedon hairstylist gets to national competition final

PUBLISHED: 14:00 28 July 2018

The Price & Driscoll team.

The Price & Driscoll team.

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A Clevedon hairstylist has made it to the final of a national competition.

Ben Driscoll-Price, owner and creative director of Price & Driscoll, in Hill Road, has been selected as one of five UK finalists in the 2018 Goldwell Colorzoom competition in the creative colour category.

The theme this year was elemental and stylists were asked to create a look which combined both careful colour placement based on shades with a textured and edgy look.

Ben’s was judged as one of the best after entering for the first time under the studio’s name.

He said: “To finalise on the first attempt is a huge achievement. For me, this highlights the high standard of work at Price & Driscoll. We are a creative salon and to be recognised in this way so early on in our journey is amazing.”

He has already won national and international awards as well as being British Hairdressing finalist 2014-2016 for the South West.

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