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Cosmetology Students Help Budding Professionals to Look Their Best

Twenty-three second-year cosmetology students enrolled in the Career and Technical Education program at Oswego County BOCES helped out recently at Bryant & Stratton College’s Dress for Success event.

Curling hair - Oswego County BOCES cosmetology student Kassidy Kearns (Fulton) holds a mirror up for Sam Spoto, a Bryant & Stratton student at the college’s Dress for Success event.
Curling hair – Oswego County BOCES cosmetology student Kassidy Kearns (Fulton) holds a mirror up for Sam Spoto, a Bryant & Stratton student at the college’s Dress for Success event.

The event featured tips on how to gain a polished look, and a professional attire fashion show.

Bryant and Stratton students had the opportunity to have their hair styled by BOCES students, which more than 30 college students took advantage of. A separate station was also set up for makeup and nails.

It was the first year that BOCES was invited to the event, and was a win-win for both the college students getting a free service and the cosmetology students gaining hands on experience.

 

 

Finishing touches - Taylor Borst (Central Square) applies make up to Kelly Calianese, a Bryant & Stratton staff member. Borst explained to her client the best shades of shadow for her eye shape.
Finishing touches – Taylor Borst (Central Square) applies make up to Kelly Calianese, a Bryant & Stratton staff member. Borst explained to her client the best shades of shadow for her eye shape.