GALLERY: Sneak preview of spectacular hair and nails which will be on display at College of West Anglia Isle campus show

14:55 13 May 2014

Spectacular hair will be on show.

Spectacular hair will be on show.

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Hairdressing, Beauty and Nail Technology students will showcase their creative designs at an end of year show later this month.

The spectacle, which has been named Synergy, will be held at the College of West Anglia Isle campus on Thursday, May 22.

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

The show will be open to the public. Doors open at 6.30pm with a 7pm start. Tickets are £5.

For more information or to buy tickets contact Sue Baker on 01945 468341 or e-mail sbaker@col-westanglia.ac.uk

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