Ladies, it was your time to shine at the Goodsell Machinery Miss Priscilla Dinner to celebrate the style and grace of Priscilla Presley.
The theme of the 2020 event is Masquerade from Elvis’ 1966 movie Frankie and Johnny. Guests enjoyed a 2 course meal, watched the competitions and danced the night away to Dean Vegas and Amitie.
Sharnia Sarsfield was winner of Miss Priscilla and became the Face of the Festival. Her stylists were Adele, Donna and Paula from Adele’s Salon who continued to style Miss Priscilla throughout the festival for official duties including being treated as a celebrity with Festival fans wanting to snap a photo everywhere she went, riding in a lead car in the Northparkes Mines Street Parade, appearing at the Festival’s Official Opening Ceremony along with other Festival events.
Ingrid Ridjangiegis won the Miss 66 competition with this classic look. Ingrid was self styled.
Jo Hemming won the Hairstyles of the 60s competition with this classic up-do. Her stylist was Adele Hawke from Adele’s Salon.
Congratulations to all of our entrants, a big thank you to our judges Roz Norris, Timothy Mitchell and Andrew Strickland who had a tough job, our MC Kelly Hendry and Canon Australia for capturing these images on the night.
Not sure how to create the perfect Priscilla or 60s hair and make up look? Watch these tutorial videos to find out how.
Priscilla Hair Tutorial watch here
Priscilla Make-up Tutorial watch here
60s Hair Tutorial watch here
60s Make-up Tutorial watch here
The Miss Priscilla Dinner is presented by Goodsell Machinery
Thank you to our generous supporters including;
Adele’s Hair & Skin Clinic, Bent, Betta Electrical, Body Express, Byrne Clothing, Canon, Cambridge Hotel, Coachman Hotel, Commercial Hotel, D’Aquinos, Deja Brew, Dubbo Escape Room, Dyson, La Bella Medispa, Little Black Dress, Lucinda Brunsma, Parkview Motor Inn, Railway Hotel, Robert Oatley Wines.