Presented by Jack Whitehall, the ceremony celebrated the very best in the UK hair industry. Here’s what happened...

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Last night, the Turbine Hall at the Tate Modern hosted the very best in the hairdressing industry as the Creative Head Most Wanted Awards  took place to celebrate the most accomplished individuals and teams across the country.

Presented by Jack Whitehall, the awards ranged from the best salon team to this year’s hair icon. Judged by a panel of industry experts comprising of session stylist James Brown, A-list hair colourist and John Frieda Salons Artistic Colour Director (and Get The Gloss Expert) Nicola Clarke , Beauty and Health Editor of Vogue Jessica Diner  and Seanhanna Artistic Director Yesmin O’Brien, the big winner of the night was Sam McKnight  who took home not just the Trophy for Best Session Stylist (a third win which has given him Most Wanted LEGEND status), but also the award for Hair Icon.

Here is the full list of winners from the night’s festivities...

Team Awards

Best Salon Team
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Rainbow Room International, Glasgow (George Square)

Best Local Salon
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Malcolm Murphy Hair, Leicester

Best Salon Experience
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Ruffians, London

Best New Salon
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Laundry, Sheffield

Individual Awards

Creative Talent
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Darren Ambrose, D&J Ambrose

Business Thinker
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Angelo Vallillo, Zullo & Holland

Colour Expert
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Mark Leeson, Mark Leeson Hair Body And Mind

Hair Trend
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Petros Mairoudhiou, Trevor Sorbie

Award For Innovation
Sponsored by Cloud Nine
Lisa Shepherd With Express Color Bar

Session Stylist
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Sam McKnight

Hair Icon
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Sam McKnight