Near East University Vocational School Hair Care and Beauty Services Department took the participants to the 1920s with the fashion show it organized at the end of the year event

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Added On: 12 July 2022, Tuesday, 13:13
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Near East University Vocational School Hair Care and Beauty Services Department took the participants to the 1920s with the fashion show it organized at the end of the year event

Near East University Vocational School Hair Care and Beauty Services Department faculty members and students organized an end-of-year event themed “Republican Women”.

Near East University Vocational School Hair Care and Beauty Services Department, which organizes morale events for many segments of the public varying from the elderly to cancer patients as part of social responsibility activities throughout the year, took the participants to the first years of the Republic of Turkey with the “Women of the Republic” event at the end of the year. At the event, a fashion show was held in which clothes, hair, make-up and accessories that were common in the 1920s were exhibited.

The zeybek show, which was staged by the Near East University Dance Club, was also appreciated at the event, which covered many aspects of the Republic period. In the event, where the videos of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and the establishment of the Republic of Turkey were also watched, music from the period was presented by Nina Koçubey accompanied by a violin.

Assist. Prof. Dr. Yeşim Üstün Aksoy: “Our students and graduates had the opportunity to demonstrate their competencies by successfully applying the hair and make-up of the 1920s.”
Reminding that women and women’s rights have been one of the most important components of the modern republic since its early years, Near East University Vocational School Head of Hair Care and Beauty Services Department Assist. Prof. Dr. Yeşim Üstün Aksoy said that the theme they chose at the year-end event was a tribute to the republic.

Mentioning the difficulties of making period make-up from a professional point of view, Assist. Prof. Dr. Aksoy said, “Our students and graduates had the opportunity to demonstrate their competencies by successfully applying the hair and make-up of the 1920s.”