GALLERY: Isle campus students show off flair at stunning hair, nail and beauty end of year show

11:00 28 May 2014

Dress Rehearsal for the level 1,2 and 3  Hairdressing, Beauty and Nail technology Synergy show. Picture: Steve Williams.

Dress Rehearsal for the level 1,2 and 3 Hairdressing, Beauty and Nail technology Synergy show. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Hair, Beauty and Nail Technology students from the Isle Campus of the College of West Anglia at Wisbech showcased their innovative and creative images at their end of year show.

Dress Rehearsal for the level 1,2 and 3  Hairdressing, Beauty and Nail technology Synergy show. Picture: Steve Williams.Dress Rehearsal for the level 1,2 and 3 Hairdressing, Beauty and Nail technology Synergy show. Picture: Steve Williams.

The sell-out show on Thursday was an awe-inspiring display that embodied their creative skills and exceptional talent.

Themes included Masquerade, Circus, Superheroes, Evolution of Hair, Cinematic, Hollywood Glamour, Fantasy and Fairytale.

Carole Gallagher, programme manager, said: “The Hair, Beauty and Nail Technology students have had a very successful year in national competitions and have exceeded all expectations in producing “Synergy”.

“The staff and students worked together in synergy to produce some amazing images.

Dress Rehearsal for the level 1,2 and 3  Hairdressing, Beauty and Nail technology Synergy show. Picture: Steve Williams.Dress Rehearsal for the level 1,2 and 3 Hairdressing, Beauty and Nail technology Synergy show. Picture: Steve Williams.

“Themes included cinematic and circus characters, evolution of hair, fantasy and masquerade to mention but a few!

“Many of these hairdressing and beauty students have represented CWA at national events such as Skills East and the Skills Show at the NEC Birmingham.

“Twenty six of our students are entered into the WorldSkills competition and we eagerly await the results. I am very proud of the work delivered and the results produced by our talented students.”

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