Session held for West Suffolk College students to show off their skills

A session held for media-make up, hairdressing and photography students from West Suffolk College. P

A session held for media-make up, hairdressing and photography students from West Suffolk College. Pictures: West Suffolk College. - Credit: West Suffolk College.

Motorbikes, models, make-up, hairdressing and photography came together at a unique session for students from West Suffolk College.

A session held for media-make up, hairdressing and photography students from West Suffolk College. P

A session held for media-make up, hairdressing and photography students from West Suffolk College. Pictures: West Suffolk College. - Credit: West Suffolk College.

Students studying media make-up and hairdressing created big hairstyles and creative make up for the special event.

They then modelled the creations and posed for those on the photography course who snapped away at the Krazy Horse motorcycle showroom - owned by Paul Beamish- in Bury St Edmunds.

It was the first shoot for first-year photography students on their Level Three course and a chance for hairdressing and media make-up students to show off their skills and imagination and to practice hairstyles for a regional competition.

Mr Beamish said he was happy to let the students have the run of his showroom to practice their skills.

A session held for media-make up, hairdressing and photography students from West Suffolk College. P

A session held for media-make up, hairdressing and photography students from West Suffolk College. Pictures: West Suffolk College. - Credit: West Suffolk College.

The cross college collaboration was hailed as a success by all the courses.

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A session held for media-make up, hairdressing and photography students from West Suffolk College. P

A session held for media-make up, hairdressing and photography students from West Suffolk College. Pictures: West Suffolk College. - Credit: West Suffolk College.

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