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Video: Try a new look this New Year with tips from the experts

11:06 31 December 2012

Sophie Bannister offers beauty tips

Sophie Bannister offers beauty tips

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WANT to try something new for 2013 but don’t want to splash out? Sophie Bannister, owner of Robinson’s Hair and Beauty, in Norwich Road, has been sharing her tips of the trade.

Here she shows you how to do a very on-trend scalp plait.

The technique is simple, can be done on yourself or a friend and can be worn day or night.

Watch our video and give it a try.

What is your New Year’s resolution?

Send your beauty tips, videos and photos to us via suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk

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