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Portland Barbers wins two top prestigious awards at this year’s Irish Hair and Beauty Awards

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A Portlaoise barber shop scooped two top awards at the Irish Hair and Beauty Awards over the weekend.

Portland Barbers were named Barber’s of the Year and Men’s Hair Stylist of the Year for 2022.

Top professionals gathered on Sunday, September 4 at the Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport for a glamorous night, put on to acknowledge the best hair and beauty specialists that Ireland has to offer.

The Irish Hair and Beauty Awards 2022 are an event dedicated to those who work hard to improve our appearance and make us look and feel on top of the world.

The Awards showcased those who promote excellence, set the trends and excel in what they do.

The event also recognised the most distinguish, the most stylish and comfortable Barbers & Salons in Ireland, whose lovely atmosphere and talented team, make them stand out amongst the rest.

The star-studded evening was hosted by Andrea Hayes. She presented the winners as voted for by the public and congratulated them for being at the forefront of the industry.

A Spokesperson for The Irish Hair and Beauty Awards 2022 said: “The winners reflect the creativity and talent that flows within the profession. These specialists inspire others when it comes to the big and competitive world of Hair & Beauty.

“The Awards provided a platform to thank those that deliver high class services, making sure clients are left with the best of impressions.

“The winners lead the way in providing innovative treatments and are role models for the rest of the Hair and beauty world.”

“We would like to congratulate all finalists and winners for their amazing achievements.”

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