Up In The 'Hair'

Under The Dryer: HOLIDAY UPDOS

Saturday, December 28, 2013    

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Updos always exude an air of elegance and sophistication for its wearer and now is the perfect time -- party season, that is -- to take this 'do out for a spin. As we countdown to the biggest party night of the year -- we're talking about New Year's Eve, of course -- Your Under The Dryer team has been hitting up the festive nightlife circuit to capturing the fabellas reppin' this ultra-versatile style to full effect. Here are a few that stood out ahead of the pack.

Jodi Henriques

The Jamaica Observer Food Awards judge, who we spotted on the dancefloor at A-List swept her curls up into a textured high ballerina bun.

Tameisha Hitchens

The Sagicor Sales & Investments sales representative cinched her hair into a lush afro puff for her night out at Soiree.

Kimberley Clarke

We caught up with the UWI Mona medical student wearing this sleek low chignon at one of A-List's watering holes.

Safia Enjoylife

The French Guianese model sported her dreadlocks in a bun at A-List, and the weekend before a twisted updo with side-swept fringe at Cabana City Reserve.

Cortia Bingham

Soiree's PR Manager coiled her signature blonde tresses into intricate pin curls for the Christmas Eve bash.

Tanya Scott

The hairstylist rolled her hair in a romantic updo with centre part to get the party started at A-List on Wednesday night.

Editor's Note

Our lovely ladies were lensed at the Cabana City Reserve, on downtown Kingston's waterfront (December 21); Soiree, up in the Innswood neighbourhood of Stony Hill Christmas Eve) and A-List at the Hope Botanical Gardens (Christmas Night) parties.





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