Such frighteningly creative designs

The harlequin queen by Charelle Debling
The harlequin queen by Charelle Debling

Prepare to scare – or be scared.

Students at Runshaw College got into the seasonal spirit when they were tasked with incorporating the theme of Halloween into their studies.

Stitched doll by Erin Sandwell

Stitched doll by Erin Sandwell

Students were given a free rein to create a topical character as part of their course work.

A mixture of level two and three hair and media make-up students showcased their talents and enjoyed the experience of being scarily creative.

The make-up and hair salons at the college were decorated in a Halloween theme to get students in the mood and to enhance creativity.

As part of their studies, the level three students have to complete their own photo-shoots as they are doing photography as part of the course.

Ripped harlequin by Megan Holder

Ripped harlequin by Megan Holder

This involves staging and organise their photographs, taking into account props and lighting.

The students are graded on their end result for make-up and picture execution.

Course leader Louise Bramwell said: “Again another amazing Halloween week at college with some fabulous creations.”

The fortune teller by Jess Bradley

The fortune teller by Jess Bradley

Fortune teller by Lucy Grimshaw

Fortune teller by Lucy Grimshaw

The third eye by Jess Bradley

The third eye by Jess Bradley

Runshaw Scarefest  fortune teller by lucy grimshaw

Runshaw Scarefest fortune teller by lucy grimshaw

Runshaw Scarefest by Megan Holding ' it clown

Runshaw Scarefest by Megan Holding ' it clown

Runshaw Scarefest by  Emily Forshaw  Halloween gypsy queen

Runshaw Scarefest by Emily Forshaw Halloween gypsy queen

Runshaw Scarefest by Natalie Hanlon  love hurts

Runshaw Scarefest by Natalie Hanlon love hurts