Fashion makeover to benefit Warminster MS charity

From left are Rosie Eliot , Kirstie Lance, Caroline Wheatley-Hubbard, Liz Prest, Steph Nielson-Hunt, Anna Prince, Tori Allison, a community fundraiser for MS Therapy Centre, and Tori Downs, manager of The Dressing Room and event organiser

From left are Rosie Eliot , Kirstie Lance, Caroline Wheatley-Hubbard, Liz Prest, Steph Nielson-Hunt, Anna Prince, Tori Allison, a community fundraiser for MS Therapy Centre, and Tori Downs, manager of The Dressing Room and event organiser

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Victoria Downes from The Dressing Room clothes agency at The Ginger Piggery in Boyton, hosted an SOS Style Evening in aid of the MS Therapy Centre in Warminster.

The evening was attended by 50 eager ladies wanting to see the before and after makeover by image consultant Liz Prest, Kirstie Frank, freelance hairstylist, and Anna Prince, freelance beautician.

Guests were introduced to the stylists and models Caroline Wheatley-Hubbard and Steph Nielson-Hunt who were taken away for ‘transformation’; Sue Hayball was picked from the audience by Liz Prest who talked about summer sizzling style tips and colours.

Rosie Eliot, manager at the MS Therapy Centre talked about fundraising, that there is no Government funding and how important the work is to support not only MS suffers but also cancer patients.

The big reveal showed that Liz, Kirstie and Anna had worked their magic on both the models. Steph looked stunning having had her hair cut and totally restyled by Kirstie, while Anna had given Caroline a gentle natural look with summer style make-up.

The evening raised over £500 which will go directly to the Centre.

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