Hairdressing student is talent spotted at competition
A hairdressing student from Tiverton has been offered work, following a successful performance at the College’s recent Hairdressing Competition.
Danielle Parkhouse is on the Level 3 Hairdressing course and was competing in the competition for the first time, when she was approached by Tina Wheeler from Hair Culture in Tiverton.
Tina was so impressed by what she saw that she offered her work at her salon on the spot.
“The offer came out of the blue,” said a shocked Danielle.
“It’s a really professional and modern salon, so it’s a great place to work and build my career,” she added.
Tina offered Danielle the job before the end of the competition. But her instincts were confirmed when Danielle picked up the Creativity Award for her stunning collection.
Her tutor, Lyn Eatough, is very proud of her achievements.
“You always hope for things like this to happen at events where there are industry experts, but you can never be sure.
“As a mother, Danielle has to manage her time wisely to fit training in round being a mum.
“She seems to have coped with this effortlessly and is a real role model for the other students,” said Lyn.
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