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Linda Thornton (centre) with industry podcast founder Dom Lehane and CEO of HB Collective/Great Lengths Ireland Joscelin McCourt.

Linda Thornton (centre) with industry podcast founder Dom Lehane and CEO of HB Collective/Great Lengths Ireland Joscelin McCourt.

Linda Thornton (centre) with industry podcast founder Dom Lehane and CEO of HB Collective/Great Lengths Ireland Joscelin McCourt.

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A hairdresser based in Kilmacanogue is celebrating after picking up a prestigious award.

Linda Thornton of Lynda T Hairdressing picked up the Creative Innovation Award at the GLammies ceremony.

The black tie event took place at The Steel Yard in London and were hosted by ‘How To Cut It’ podcast founder Dom Lehane. 

Now in its 10th year, the awards by Great Lengths recognise the UK and Ireland’s most talented extensionists and celebrate the craft, creativity and business of hair extensions.

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In addition to a GLammies trophy, all winners also received tickets for a tour of the Great Lengths production factory in Rome. The prize package also includes social media coverage and PR opportunities across both trade and local press, ensuring that winners can publicise their recognition as the best in the industry.

“Once again, the GLammies by Great Lengths have shone a spotlight on the remarkable extensionists we have working in our incredible industry,” said Joscelin McCourt, HB Collective/Great Lengths Ireland CEO.

"The standard of entries improves year on year and the 2022 winners should feel particularly proud to have beaten such fierce competition. Their creativity, passion and precision are an inspiration and we are delighted to acknowledge and celebrate their talent.”


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