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In Pictures: Michael Quinn launches the first Joico Academy in Northern Ireland

Published 11/12/2012

Jackie Keenan, Gary Duff, Nikki MacGuinness & Gerard Quinn
Jackie Keenan, Gary Duff, Nikki MacGuinness & Gerard Quinn
Jackie Keenan
John Rice, Fiona McKitterick & Gary McAlorum
Kitty Shannon, Gerard Quinn & Paula McKeever
Kitty Shannon
Lily Mulholland & Kelly-Anne Flynn
Lily Mulholland
Louise Vance & Gina Potter
Louise Vance
Michael Quinn & Client
Michael Quinn, Aoibhe Weir & Garry Duff
Michael Quinn, Shannan McLoughlin & Chris Patterson
Moya Baker
Nikki MacGuinness
Paddy McGurgan& Michael Quinn
Padraig Walsh & John M
Shannan McLoughlin
Stephen Kane & Patrick Fitzpatrick
Tina Leggs Tantrum
Mary Devlin, Kitty Shannon & Dessay Devlin
Mary Devlin
Chris Patterson & Amy Thompson
Christine MaGee & Maggie Shore
Christine McGee
Claire Dawson, Michael Quinn & Wenda Davidson
Claire Dawson
Dessay Devlin, Grainne Shannon & Kitty Shannon
Dessay Devlin
Eddie Baker & Moya Baker
Elaine Sykes
Enya Sullivan
Gareth Maguire & Grainne Shannon
Gareth Maguire & Kevin McCleave
Gina Potter & Stephen Potter
Gina Potter
Aisling Cahill & Grainne Shannon
Aisling Cahill
Amy Thompson
Ann Black, Dianne Tippin & Jacqueline Wood
Michael and team, Joico Academy Launch

Celebrated hair stylist Michael Quinn has recently been appointed as the first Educator for hair company Joico in Northern Ireland, a unique brand that specialises in innovative hair care solutions with a commitment to education and development.

Michael proudly introduced the brand to clients, students, fellow hairdressers, friends and family on Sunday evening at a fabulous and exclusive launch party in his newly revamped Belfast salon.

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