ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica - A teenager was arrested and charged in St Elizabeth on Friday in connection with the lottery scam following the arrest and charge of two people on December 2 for breaches of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transactions) (Special Provisions) Act 2013.
The teenager has been charged with knowingly possessi ...more »
Hundreds of Jamaicans filed into the ballroom of the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel Friday last to witness the beauty trends for 2013-2014.
The event, which was sponsored by Neutrogena, Black Opal, Sexy Hair and Gillette Venus, included a room full of exhibitors.
Attendees were able to garner firsthand knowledge from beauticians including special guests, Sexy Hair's artistic director Rafe Hardy, master stylist Nadirah Volpe, celebrity make-up artist and Black Opal artistic director Frank Guyton and Black Opal Skincare consultant and educator Evelyn Manson.
Attendees also got goodie bags stocked with products to use.
Your UTD team presents the buzzed-about products and technology from the beauty event.
Long lines didn’t damper the enthusiasm.... ladies
waited patiently to experience the latest Black Opal
products. On stage are celebrity make-up artist and
Black Opal artistic director Frank Guyton and Black
Opal Skincare consultant and educator Evelyn Manson.
BEAUTY CONSULTANTS: Ladies all in a row (from left), Cari-Med marketing officer Clevonne
Whyte, Totally Male Limited CEO Sandra Samuels-Reid, Cari-Med sales representative Alicia
Mair and Cari-Med customer service representative Renee White at Beauty Buzz.
TEAM BOSLEY: Business Development Manager at Beauty
Concept Bobbi-Ann Bennett (left), international
sales manager for Vero Beauty Shelly Gurullo
(centre) and Beauty Concept sales representative
Alexia Paisley with the
Jamaica Mango & Lime
Products and Jamaican Black
Castor Oil products.
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