Hair students working at The Ideal Home Show at Christmas
College hairdressing students will be taking part in the Models of Diversity
Catwalk Shows at The Ideal Home Christmas Show at Earls Court on Thursday 15 &
Sunday 18 November 2012.
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The Ideal Home Show at
Christmas brings together over 600 quality
exhibitors to offer everything needed to make your home ideal for Christmas.
Stands will include furniture, festive food, home improvements, interiors and
furnishings, food & drink, gifts & decorations and fashion &
beauty. It will include celebrity guests, catwalk shows, live entertainment,
DIY demonstrations, celebrity chef theatre and fabulous shopping.
will work on the hair for those models taking part in the Models of Diversity
show featuring designs from Kat Martin Menswear, David Ross, Ken Fong, State of
Mind, Sonata Lingerie and Ripley Garrett. Models the students will work on
include Kelly Knox (winner of BBC3's Britain's Missing top Model), Debbie Van
Der Putten (Models of Diversity spokesperson for disabled model) and Lucy-Anna
Moore (the face of Anne Summers 2012).
Carshalton College Hair Tutor, Fiona Chaffey secured the event for the students
to help at this popular exhibition. Students from the Hairdressing courses at
the College will now get the opportunity to gain experience of working back
stage at an event. This event is filmed by Boomerang and Cloud Nine
Productions. This will be televised in America, last year they had 14 million viewers.
said "This will show our students
different possibilities of work in the hair industry in addition to working in
a salon. It's great for our students to have the opportunity to work backstage
at an event as large as this and give them a real insight into the realities of
working on hair at live events and the obstacles and pressures that are
of Diversity was established in 2009 and is campaigning for more models of
colour, plus size, older models, petite and less able models. They campaign on
the street and hold fashion shows to prove there's beauty in a much wider range
of models than the industry seems to recognise.
Carshalton College has a great reputation for their
Hairdressing courses. The courses have been running for over 50 years since the
College opened, making it one of the few original vocational courses on offer.
There is a front of house Renaissance salon that is open to the public, which
is a realistic working environment and a training salon where learning takes
place in a creative atmosphere. The staffs are all dedicated practitioners who
continue to work in industry alongside their teaching role, keeping updated of
new trends, innovative ideas and practices.