The part-time students were marking the completion of their course with a display of creative skills and stepped out into the sunshine to show off their plumage and costumes.
Bedford College advanced practitioner, Melissa Peacock, said: “Social distancing has made this a particularly challenging year for hair and beauty students but they have come up trumps and proved they are not only resilient but also talented.
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"I’m looking forward to seeing their progression within the industry, some have already secured new employment.
"If the lockdown has proven anything, it is how much we value our professional beauty therapists and hairdressers.”