Cosmetology students design their way to State Fair ribbons
Posted on 10/22/2019
Blue ribbon with First Place written on it

Students from Stonewall Jackson and Woodbridge High Schools showcased their talent in the SkillsUSA cosmetology competition held during the State Fair in Richmond. The students entered three categories: Fantasy Comb Out (a hairstyle designed on a mannequin head), Fantasy Nail Design (students create and execute artwork on nails as part of a manicure), and Total Look (hair and makeup design).

Congratulations to these students on their achievements in the following categories:

Fantasy Comb Out 
Second Place – Briana Griffin (Stonewall Jackson High) SJHS Students with their ribbon winning Fantasy Comb Out designs
Third Place – Eva Ortiz (Woodbridge High)
Fourth Place – Angelica Rivera (Stonewall Jackson High)
Eighth Place –Malayna Marshall (Stonewall Jackson High) 

Fantasy Nail Design
First Place – Joselyn Andrade and Kaitlyn Brackett (Woodbridge High)

Total Look
Fourth Place – Addie King, Ameiya Reaves, and Rachell Yanez (Stonewall Jackson High)
Eighth Place – Krissia Henriquez, Aura Iraheta, and Mariela Morales (Woodbridge High)

Blue Ribbon winning fantasy nail design by a WSHS studentThe Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) cosmetology program is designed to prepare students to pass the Virginia Board of Registered Professional Hairdressers licensure exam and graduate with the skills needed to enter the workforce or further their education.

We see bright futures ahead for these outstanding students.