It’s a good course; I really enjoy colouring and cutting. I have made some good friends and am looking forward to coming back next year.
Elmwood College Level 3 Hairdressing students recently hosted a successful fashion show in aid of the 'Teenage Cancer Trust' charity and in memory of popular Bell Baxter pupil, Jennifer Wilson, who lost her battle with the disease recently.
The event held at the College, saw students competing against other each other for best hairstyles of the day. The models then had to parade down the catwalk to show off the hairdresser's talents to friends, families and other students. The students also had to put together a suitable outfit and makeup ensemble for their model to show off to the audience and panel of judges. Places were awarded by the judges to the best hairstyles, taking into account skills, creativity and overall look.
Lecturer, Helen Low, said, "The show was a great success and all the students enjoyed stepping up to the challenge. The event allowed our students to demonstrate hair techniques and skills, whilst rasing money for a great cause. They did a great job and we plan to get involved with future events to build on their success."
Student Rhys Davidson won 1st place for 'Cut & Colour,' Caroline Horseburgh won 2nd place in the 'Avant-garde' category and Sarah Hopton, for the 'Hair Up' category took 3rd place.
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