Banishing Bad Hair Days since 1997!™

Celebrated Hairstylist Jason Kearns Selected as AIPP Finalist

Hairstylist Jason Kearns Selected as an AIPP Finalist

Chicago, IL - Jason Kearns has been selected as a Finalist for the AIPP Awards 2007-2008 Best Photo Category for his Buns Collection!

( Image From The Buns Collection - Hair, Art Direction & Concept by Jason Kearns,

Make Up - Hanoch, Styling by Lorraine Langlois, Photos by Richard Dubois, Model -

Next Canada, Shoes by Walter Steiger, Sunglasses by Josephson Opticians, Belts -

Black Leather Buckle & Elastic: Accessity White Patent: Xcetera, Wide Elastic Waistband/Front Zipper: Mango - All Rights Reserved - Jason Kearns).

The AIPP received 187 photo collections from 25 countries from around the world. The finalists entries will be judged by AIPP magazine members and the 5 winners will be announced in September.

The AIPP AWARDS 2007-2008 Ceremony will take place Saturday, 22 September in Paris during Mondial Coiffure Beauté, where the winners will be honored at the opening of the prestigious TRIBU-TE SHOW.

In 2006 Jason Kearns, stylist and salon owner from Toronto, Canada proudly won the prestigious AIPP Award for Best Hair Photography in Paris, France for his Opulence Collection.

He also earned a global third place with the prestigious European AIPP Grand Trophy 2006-2007 for his Fall/Winter Collection.

More Information

Please follow me on Twitter at  I look forward to meeting new people from all walks of life and learning from their Tweets.

Social Media Network Information

Please follow us on Twitter at: I look forward to meeting new people from all walks of Twitter and learning from their Tweets.

New On
Active HairTalk Threads
Wanna talk?
HairTalk® is the place for you!
Recent Topics:
Quick Poll
How Often Do You Have A Bad Hair Day?
Every day
A few times a week
Once or twice a month
A few times a year
Never - I have awesome strands
Only when the Moon is Full
View Results
Daily Hair Tip
If you lie on your back while you sleep this could cause hair stress leading to split ends in the back. To avoid hair stress tie hair back using a soft scrunchie band.
Top Gallery Images