THE Big BLow Out is a new competition series that sees eleven experienced hairstylists compete in a number of tasks which will push their talent to the next level.
Here we take a look at who the judges are on the E4 展示.
Who are the judges on The Big Blow Out?
Sam McKnight has a hairdressing career that spans over four decades.
He was born in New Cumnock, 苏格兰, and initially worked as a window cleaner, van driver and trainee teacher before becoming an assistant at a local hairdressers.
He moved to 伦敦 in the early 1970s.
McKnight created Princess Diana’s iconic short, slicked-back hairstyle for a 1990 Vogue magazine shoot and was her personal hair stylist for seven years.
McKnight has also contributed to more than 190 cover shoots for various international versions of Vogue magazine alone.
He styled Lady Gaga for her album Born This Way (2011).
Lisa Farrall is an Award Winning Hair Session Stylist, Mugler 为娱乐界的一些大腕打扮 & Educator.
She started working in a Swadlincote hair salon at the age of 13 to earn pocket money and ended up falling in love with it.
Farrall then managed to work her way up to becoming well-known in the hairdressing industry for being an expert in styling afro and textured hair.
She won the first-ever Texture Expert award in 2021.
The stylist is now recognised globally as an activist spreading the message of texture equality with her brand WIG LONDON.
Who is hosting The Big Blow Out?
The Big Blow Out is hosted by popular TV presenter AJ Odudu.
Speaking about hosting the new E4 competition, 她说: “You would not believe how excited I am to be hosting The Big Blow Out.
“It’s full of drama, dedication, excitement and most importantly, creative hairstyles on all hair types that will be sure to blow your socks off.
“I’m looking forward to meeting the contestants and seeing what they come up with. Ready, 放, style!”
When is The Big Blow Out on E4?
The new start date is Monday, 十月 3, 在 10 pm on E4.
There are eight episodes in total which will air weekly at the same time.
All episodes will be available to watch on catch-up over on All 4 once they have aired.