Celebrity hairdresser is guest judge for hair and beauty show at Corby campus

Lee Stafford was the guest judge
Lee Stafford was the guest judge

Celebrity hairdresser Lee Stafford was guest judge at Tresham’s end of year hair and beauty show at its Corby campus.

Following a Disney theme, Level 3 students started organising the show in March for one of their units.

The hair and beauty show at Tresham's Corby campus

The hair and beauty show at Tresham's Corby campus

The groups have since been researching and planning designs and concepts for the most imaginative and creative styles at the college’s salons based in Corby and Kettering.

Students from the hairdressing groups worked together to create mood boards for the Disney theme, which included clothes, make up, accessories and examples of how they would use hair extensions.

Celebrity hairdresser Lee Stafford attended the event on May 18 and met with students and their models as they prepared for the show.

He later welcomed guests and presented the winners with their prizes and certificates.

The show had a Disney theme

The show had a Disney theme

Level 3 hairdressing winners:

1st – Eva Spisakova for Maleficent

2nd – Charlotte Babb for Snow White

3rd – Amanda Ayvaliklis for Rapunzel

Level 1 hair and beauty followed the same theme to use all the techniques they had learnt to design a mannequin head.

Level 1 Beauty Winners:

1st – Tilly Tilbury (create an image unit for creating Minnie Mouse)

2nd – Filip Halasz (create an image unit for a Beauty and the Beast design)

3rd – Victoria Ielapi College certificate unit for a Bambi inspired mannequin head

Level 2 beauty winners:

1st – Jenny Kale (B8 make-up unit for a Beauty and the Beast adaptation)

2nd – Taylor Pentelow (B8 make-up unit for a Little Mermaid adaptation)

3rd – Krista Kemlere who created Cruella Deville

The Level 2 hairdressing group from Kettering supported the beauty learners with the styling of the models’ hair.

The judges were Lee Stafford accompanied by Suki from Suki Salon in Corby and all proceeds for the evening went to Cransley Hospice in Kettering.

This has brought the total raised by the students over the year by holding pamper sessions and raffles to £360.