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FAST TRACK TO THE FINALS!: The Greene Room in Killaloe is #SupremeTeam finalist at #MWIT18

The Greene Room in Killaloe is nominated as a Supreme Team at these prestigious awards in London!
Killaloe, Clare: The Greene Room in Co Clare is celebrating after beating off stiff competition to secure a place in the finals of the Most Wanted Awards, presented by leading industry magazine, Creative HEAD.
Established in 2001, Most Wanted recognises the most accomplished names and teams in British and Irish hairdressing – the awesome talents collectively making our hair industry the envy of the world.
Orla Gillen & Shaun Moriarty, Co-Owners of The Greene Room stated: ‘We are delighted with this recognition for our Team by our peers in the Industry. At the Greene Room we are constantly innovating ourselves, and that begins with our Supreme Team of Olivia, Kelli, Kate, Mikaela, Orla & Charlotte! ’
Having showcased exceptional skill and ambition, The Greene Room proved to be a front-runner in the category Supreme Team, gaining a coveted place at the Most Wanted Grand Final on Monday 3 September at London’s iconic Natural History Museum. Here, comedian Katherine Ryan will preside over an occasion that sees 600 glamorous A-Listers from the worlds of hair, fashion, beauty and the media come together for a night of Most Wanted celebration.
The Most Wanted Awards comprise 14 categories recognising creativity and success across a multitude of disciplines, from customer service to commercial innovation. This year’s entries were judged by panela of experts, including hair heavyweights Sam Burnett, Ken O’Rourke and Nicky Clarke OBE, Get the Glossmanaging director, Gemma Bellman, Harper’s Bazaarbeauty director, Katy Young and the beauty and lifestyle director of Vogue, Jessica Diner.
So, what awaits the Most Wanted victors? Alongside the hairdressing industry’s greatest seal of approval – a Most Wanted Trophy – the champions will also receive a year’s worth of profile-boosting editorial coverage in Creative HEAD and its associated titles, websites and events, resulting in worldwide recognition.
Past winners have gone on to represent global brands, lead Fashion Week teams from London to New York and work with the world’s most coveted designers.
“Our Most Wanted awards salute the hair professionals who inspire, shape and influence not just the hairdressing industry, but also consumers’ lives. There will be an impressive level of ‘clout’ on display at the Grand Final, and we’re very happy to be able to showcase such great talents” – Catherine Handcock, Publisher, Creative HEAD
For a full list of finalists visit
For further information about The Greene Room, please contact John Hickey on 087 9706112 or
For further information about Most Wanted, please contact Jenny Le on +44 (0)20 7324 7542 or
About The Greene Room: The Greene Room in Killaloe was opened by Orla Gillen & Shaun Moriarty 10 years ago. With a 6 person team and a 9 station salon, we offer Bespoke Hair care advice, Hair Services, Weddings Bridal Services, to our clients from Monday to Saturday throughout the year. For more information see or call 061 622 575. The Greene Room is also the recipient of the 2017 Alfaparf Milano Fantastic Stylist of the Year.
Most Wanted 2018 is presented by Creative HEAD magazine in association with category sponsors Alfaparf, American Crew, BaByliss PRO, Bumble & bumble, Cloud Nine, Joico, L’Oréal Professionnel, Paul Mitchell, Redken, Revlon Professional, TIGI, Treatwell and Wella Professionals. The competition is open to UK- and ROI-based professional hairdressers and salons. Creative HEAD is the leading magazine for the UK and Irish hairdressing industry, with a portfolio of exciting editorial and event concepts, including seasonal trend bibles Runway and Paint, The It List Awards, hair and fashion networking club The Coterie, LFW party The Fash Bash, business networking event Salon Smart, the Big Hair Do, and the consumer hair website, Layered.
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