Rochester hair stylist Kristie Hedington was part of the team preparing models for a prestigious Lorna Evans’ hairstyle show in Melbourne at the weekend.ELAINE COONEY March 25, 2014 9:30am
Rochester hair stylist Kristie Hedington added to her hairdressing portfolio by working with one of Australia’s top hair stylists Lorna Evans at the weekend.
Ms Evans’ creations were on display at Victoria’s main hair and beauty event, Salon Melbourne.
Ms Hedington applied to be a part of Ms Evans show following a day course 18 months ago.
She was thrilled when she was accepted for the challenge.
Ms Hedington helped prepare two models for Ms Evan’s education seminars aimed at hair dressers.
The two styles was an avant garde look and a bridal style.
‘‘It amazing to work alongside one of Australia’s top hairdressers,’’ Ms Hedington said.
‘‘I’ve learned so much.’’
Hairdresser Kyleen Phillips created one of the styles at a Lorna Evans workshop and Ms Hedington assisted with the style.
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