Platinum hair stylists and barbers are in high demand these days.

With a wide range of styles and services to suit everyone’s needs, the platinum plaque can become the ultimate achievement for a hairstylist.

With an average price of around $20,000, the golden plaque is a coveted prize.

Here’s how it works.

To obtain a platinum plaque, stylists are required to have a minimum of 20% of their business to the company in the last three years, in order to be considered.

This means that the salon will have to be owned by someone who has worked in the industry for at least three years.

It’s the first time a salon has ever been awarded a platinum.

The platinum is awarded after a review process which takes place in conjunction with the Hair Institute of America, the American Association of Hair Technologists and the National Association of Barber Colleges.

This process, which involves a review of the company’s financial statements, also includes a review to establish whether the salon has been certified by the American Barbers Association or other regulatory bodies.

The Hair Institute’s Board of Directors consists of more than 100 of the country’s top hair stylist, barber and hair care professionals.

In addition, there is a panel of judges who consider all aspects of the salon’s business, from sales to staff.

They are appointed by the President and Chair of the board.

A Platinum plaque is awarded by the Hair International Certification Council (HIC), which is accredited by the United States Department of Education and the American Institute of Barbers.

It is not required for a salon to be accredited.

In this case, the salon was certified by both the HIC and the Barber Institute of California.

The HIC is a private, nonprofit organization that serves the hair industry by providing certification services to barbers and stylists.

The Barber Institute was founded in 1972 and is part of the American Barber College, a division of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

According to the Hair Foundation, in 2015 there were more than 16,000 barbers in the U