Norfolk hairdressing students recognised as cut above the rest
- Credit: CWA
Two Norfolk hairdressing students have been recognised in a national competition after impressing judges.
Danielle Hector, 32, a hairdressing student at the College of West Anglia (CWA) in King's Lynn achieved second place in the Lee Stafford Education Academy Competition 2021.
Hairdressing entrepreneur Lee Stafford recognised the 32-year-old in the competition, which involved hundreds of entries from students and apprentices across the country.
The King's Lynn student, who hopes to become a fully qualified stylist and colourist, said: “I am over the moon with my competition success. I wasn’t expecting to get anywhere as there were so many outstanding entries. I am really proud of all that I’ve achieved."
Charlotte Bywater, CWA Level 1 hair and beauty student, was also shortlisted in the top 20 of Concept Hair Magazine’s Learner of the Year 2021 competition in the styling level 1 category.
For the finals she created a festival hair themed look along with a vision board.
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