MIRROR, MIRROR, ON THE WALL: Who is the best hairdresser of them all?
MIRROR, MIRROR, ON THE WALL: Who is the best hairdresser of them all?

YOUR VOTE: Warwick’s best hairdresser

IT'S been a tough few months for the hairdressers of Warwick, who have navigated their way through a minefield of mixed government messages.

Coronavirus restrictions first closed salons, then reopened them with impossible time limits, before finally, they could open with changes to social distancing and hygiene.

During Stage 2 of the Road to Recovery, the vast majority of hair salons are back to snipping and styling. There couldn't be a better time to show your support.

The Daily News asked its readers to nominate the Rose City's most respected hairdresser and the response was overwhelming.

From Angie Ollerton, who clients travel from as far away as Toowoomba and the Gold Coast to visit, to Anita Washbourne who can tidy a man's beard like no-one else, readers sung the praises of Warwick's many stylists.

Now, it's time to have your say.

 

Who is Warwick's best hairdresser?

This poll ended on 05 June 2020.

Current Results

Angie Ollerton

10%

Melinda Eastwell

0%

Storm Lahiff, Rebel & the Gypsy

12%

Chanie McKeiver, Chanie's Lush Hair

5%

Chloe Jones, Rebel & the Gypsy

6%

Belinda Sullivan, Belinda Sullivan Hair Design

1%

Ashley Bradfield

10%

Charlotte Hockings, Hair Kreations

5%

Kylie Wickham, Charming tips mobile hairdressing

2%

Sarah Flint, Ooh La La Hair & Beaute

8%

Maddi Ellery, Mad About Your Hair

2%

Terri Barr, Hair on Hudson

0%

Jacinta Locke, Hair by Jacinta

1%

Karen Banks, Talkin' Heads

5%

Jessie Banks, Talkin' Heads

2%

Brittnie Banks, Talkin' Heads

0%

Anita Washbourne, King's Barber Shop

2%

Sam Hinze, Boolshilar Hair and Nails

0%

Jessica Carey, Arise Studio

2%

Lara Farrell

4%

Emily Woodrow, The Hairstylist

1%

Cassie Williams, Cassaz Colourful Curls

2%

Chantelle Cameron, Mane Beauty Bar

12%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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