Norwich students prove they are a cut above the rest
From 80s curls to this season's must-have beehive, students from The Crop Shop Hair Academy showcased the latest trends on their very own catwalk.
This week NVQ Level 3 students from The Crop Shop Academy on Castle Meadow held catwalk shows to display their work.
The City & Guilds accredited hairdressing academy held hair shows for 32 NVQ Level 3 learners enrolled on an advanced apprenticeship scheme.
The apprentice hairdressers aged between 19 to 29 showcased their skills by creating Avant-garde, 1940s and 1980s hairstyles for the show.
Stuart Stott, founder of The Crop Shop says: 'This is a big day for the Crop Shop Academy and its learners. The students have all worked extremely hard to achieve this level of creativity and we have developed some stunningly talented people. We took the decision to establish an Academy in order to invest in our team and bring on our junior hair cutters, providing a constant stream of creativity into the Crop Shop'.
Take a look at the students' work by clicking on the picture gallery link at the top right of this page.
- 1 City teen gets celebrity backing for prom dress
- 2 New homeware shop is 'dream come true' for owner
- 3 City chip shop might be SINKING but refuses to close
- 4 Country pub announces closure due to rising costs
- 5 Restaurant with 'interactive dining experience' to open in Norwich
- 6 New music festival with street food to take place in city centre park
- 7 Four restaurants in Norwich nominated for national awards
- 8 'We just want to hold our son' - Plea for help to bring miracle baby home
- 9 Yobs pictured climbing on vandalised charity dinosaur
- 10 Pub closes for £5,000 refurb to enable it to serve drinks faster