Introducing the winner for the prestigious 2023 Fasttrack Hair student of the Year: Jamieson Sangster. In a constantly evolving hairdressing world, where trends shift as quickly as the seasons, Jamieson shines bright with dedication, ambition, and a relentless pursuit of excellence. With a perfect fusion of passion, skill, and determination, combined with a keen eye for future hair trends, Jamieson is a force to be reckoned with.
Throughout his time at The Masters, Jamieson made every second count. His unwavering commitment led him to land his first role at the esteemed Tremayne Salon in Toorak, where he gained invaluable experience before graduating. This award is a celebration of his remarkable talent and unwavering drive to make a mark in the dynamic world of hair.
We catch up with Jamieson to discover more about his awe-inspiring journey. Get ready to be captivated…
How does it feel to be nominated for the Student of the Year award?
I was so surprised and super excited to have been nominated.
Can you tell us your favourite memory from studying at The Masters?
All of the little funny day to day moments that you can’t help but laugh at. The Masters felt like a second family and every day was fun.
Why did you choose to study your course?
I chose to study hairdressing at The Masters because of its industry leading education and for the professional opportunities we were offered during our study. This left me with not only a qualification but also industry experience from the start of my career.
What have you loved most about your course or time at The Masters?
The staff are amazing, so supportive and encouraging.
If you could have a one-on-one mentoring session with a renowned figure in your industry who would it be, and what would you ask them?
Chris Appleton, how does he work under such pressure in ever-changing environments.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Still in Tasmania, doing great hair.
Do you have any advice for any students who are wanting to excel in your industry?
Work hard, listen to your seniors and have fun along the way.
“It was such a fabulous event I feel so thankful that I was chosen, it’s such a special way to be acknowledged in our community”