HairXpects who has the best fingers at this years Hairvolution ceremony?

Under the theme ‘Hairvolution’, the pomp ceremony will be held at The Teatro, Montecasino, at Fourways on June 23.

At stake is a whooping R250 000 worth of cash prize for the winner, to be chosen from Free State, KwaZulu- Natal, Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Gauteng or Great North, representatives after a grueling regional face-offs.

“The HairXperts Masters Challenge has been giving hairdressers a unique platform in our beauty and hair industry for four years now. Not only does it celebrate everything about hair and style, it fuses cutting edge techniques, fashion and creativity that brings out the best in South Africa’s hairdressing talent across all provinces.

Hair is constantly evolving and this year we are embracing this narrative through the ‘hairvolution’ theme. We look forward to a spectacular showcase of storytelling through hair, as the finalists compete for the top prize,” says Sofnfree Marketing Manager -Noeleen Burger.


Team Gauteng: Tebogo Lehutso, Nhlanhla Nxumalo, and Karabo Poshane,  
Team KZN: 
 Pretty Zuma, Siyabonga Mbanjwa & Siyabonga Khumalo
Team Freestate:  Lefa Moshoalibe, Mahle Mathiba & Thabiso Webber  
Team Great North: 
 Dr Hair Thongoana, Tebogo Makena, Big Mos Tshabalala & Tekana Moleta  
Team Eastern Cape: 
 Andile Sajini and Chante Krisjans  
Team Western Cape: 
John Munganguzi, Didi Isaacs & Poppy Maart  

Chart buster Cassper Nyovest will provide entertainment and the flamboyant master of ceremonies for the night is Somizi ‘Somgaga’ Mhlongo.

Tickets to the finale are available in each province from various Sofnfree hair technicians.

Other prizes include Technical Excellence Winner at R30 000, Viewer’s Choice Award Winner at R30 000 and YoungXperts Winner at R30 000. 

Follow the competition on social media with these hashtags:  



Image (Gauteng finalists at this years’ HairXperts Masters Challenge).

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