Hair-raising success 0
Staff photo by Jordan Maxwell... Ryder Thorsteinson strikes a pose during PCI's hairshow on Wednesday. After months of hard work, over 150 people showed up to witness some cool hairstyles as all the proceeds from the event will go towards Central Plains Cancer Care.
Approximately 150 people showed up to PCI's hairshow on Wednesday to celebrate the talents of 30 students in the school's hairstyling program.
Brenda Hinch, co-ordinator of the program, said that all the funds raised at the event will go towards Central Plains Cancer Care.
Various models took to the stage to model some of the hairstyles and other apparel for the audience.
"It's great to have the support of the community," said Hinch. "We start talking about (planning the show) before Christmas and then in January or February, we pick a theme."
This year's theme was Dollhouse. Many of the models were dressed to look like dolls however, there were a few traditional hairstyles and young children who also served as models.
Students practiced two nights a week in preparation for the show. The gym was decorated to the nines by the students and overall the show was a success.
"It's not just a show, it's a competition as well," said Hinch. Four hairstylists from Winnipeg served as guest judges for the competition.
Gr. 10 Top Stylist - Tawny Zerkee. Model: Randi Roy
Gr. 11 Top Stylist - Courtney Hlady. Model: Kaila Rodewald
Gr. 12 Top Stylist - Tanis Perchak. Model: Michelle Verhaegue
Best Overall Stylist - Adrienne Hofer. Model: Alyssha Murray