Celebrity hairdresser Lee Stafford was the guest of honour at a hair and beauty evening organised by students at University Academy Holbeach.
About 30 students from the hair and beauty department, ranging in age from 16 to adults, showed off their creative designs at the event at Spalding’s Springfields.
Level Two students based their hair and make-up designs on the theme of the ocean and level three on the natural elements.
Members of Polka Dot Academy, Spalding, modelled the designs and performed to the 160-strong audience made up of representatives of salons and colleges.
Lee Stafford also gave a demonstration of his cutting techniques and offered a cut and blow dry, worth about £360, to the winner of a prize draw.
He also sat on a panel of judges to choose the winning student designs.
Level Two runners-up with their Princess of the Ocean creation were Lucy Turner and Robyn Davies (hair) and Sian Hardy (make-up). Winners, with Sea Horse, were Robyn Davies (hair) and Kayla Fox (make-up). Level Three runners-up, with Air, were Stephanie Lakey (hair) and Kirsty Kruickshank (make-up). Winners, with Fire, were Aimee Moore (hair) and Trudy Habgood (make-up).
Hairdressing teacher and event organiser Lucy Holmes said: “It was an excellent evening and went very well.”