Byron Shire News has called for nominations for the best hairdresser in the shire.
Byron Shire News has called for nominations for the best hairdresser in the shire.

VOTE: Byron residents decide on region’s top hairdresser

THIS week Byron Shire News has put the call-out to find the Byron Shire's best hairdresser.

Readers responded with plenty of recommendations so put together a poll to find the top stylist in the region.

You have until midnight Friday to vote for your favourite hairdresser.

The winner will then feature in a story in Byron Shire News. 

See below for why readers nominated their hairdressers.

 

VOTE NOW: The best hairdresser in the Byron Shire

This poll ended on 22 May 2020.

Current Results

Lisa Cheek at Birds Nest, Mullumbimby

25%

Fuz Hair, Byron Bay

6%

Jodie Oliss at Your Beauty Place, Ocean Shores

12%

Christine Edmeades at Cherry Chocolate Blonde, Bangalow

6%

Jodie Martin-Kent

18%

Merrilyn Priest at Manik, Byron Bay

0%

Virginia Harris

25%

Melanie Ferriere Hair & Beauty, Mullumbimby

0%

Georgia Smith at Michaela’s Hair and Beauty, Brunswick Heads

6%

Kylie Hawkins, Bangalow

0%

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

 

Lisa Cheek at Birds Nest, Mullumbimby
Sharon De Costa said: She has had many hairdresser awards, she is a gem. An has worked in many well respected salons in the shire.

Fuz hair Byron Bay
Adam Taylor said this salon had "amazing all round best vibes".
Jennifer Taylor said Fuz Hair offers an "amazing experience".

Jodie Oliss at Your Beauty Place, Ocean Shores
Tam McCulloch said Jodie is "fantastic with colour" and has "years of experience".

Christine Edmeades at Cherry Chocolate Blonde, Bangalow
Justine Curtin said: "Always arrive feeling flat, always leave feeling fabulous."

Jodie Martin-Kent
Katie Wilson said: "She has been doing my hair for over 20 years and is the absolute best!"

Merrilyn Priest, founder and owner of Manik in Byron Bay
Veda Dante highly recommended Merrilyn.
"(She is) long established and highly regarded for her skills, using organic products and constantly pushing the boundaries," she said.

Virginia Harris
Melissa Monaghan said Virginia's skills are "spot on every time".


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