Beauty celebration

Beauty celebration

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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Owners and operatos of some of Jamaica's top beauty salons and spas were yesterday honoured by the Observer in the first Observer Under the Dryer Awards held at the newspaper's Beechwood Avenue headquarters in Kingston.

The awards are sponsored by the Observer and Absolut Vodka, which is distributed by Wray & Nephew Ltd.

The recipients are (front row from left): Vonessa Smith, director, Vonessa's Salon and Spa; Natalie Barnes, director, Adzua; Carrol Clarke-Jones, Bella Oasis Day Spa supervisor and aesthetician; and Pauline Binns, aesthetician, Bella Oasis Day Spa.

Second row from left: Sandra Samuels-Reid, director Totally Male ClubSpa and Salon; Roxanne Shields, director, Roxanne's beauty salon; Lisa Hutchinson, director, Lisa's beauty salon; Monique Webster, managing director, Norma Webster Salon, Spa and Cosmetics; Tricia Anderson, director, Chic Lines beauty salon.

Third row from left: Toni Xing Wanliss, junior make-up artist, Permanent Cosmetics Studio and Boutique; Racquel Jenkins Moss-Solomon, director, Permanent Cosmetics Studio and Boutique; Carolene Dennis, director, Cutting Edge beauty salon; Aisha Morgan, director, Nettle and Moss; Roxanne Green, sister lock consultant and stylist at Adzua; Marie Smith, director, The Face Place; and Marsha McKnight, spa manager, Zen Spa at the Spanish Court Hotel. See full coverage of the awards in this week's Under The Dryer in your Observer on Saturday. (Photo: Lionel Rookwood)


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