Healthy Hair and Beauty Expo #HHBE 2022
Photo: Joseph Wellington

The 2022 Healthy Hair & Beauty Expo's #HHBE POP was a beauty aficionado's dream last Saturday as shoppers flocked the Police Officers' Club, for an afternoon of retail therapy. And, with #HHBE POP exhibitors offering products at distributors' prices, complimentary samples, and free hair and skin consultations, the expo was the place to Pop! Shop! Until you Drop!

We were on the ground of the Excelsior, Zimii Haircare, Bella Belles Beauty Box, and Essential Events & Marketing-sponsored event, and files our first report.

Kebra Dawson, manager, Sampars Cash & Carry Boulevard, exhibited the line of Woman's Touch feminine care products. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Make-up artist Michellee Black (left) and Sagicor Life Financial Advisor Melecia Palmer were out for some Saturday afternoon fun. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Wet n Wild Beauty rep Jodi Cespedes was snapped selecting the perfect Black Radiance pressed powder for a shopper. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Friends Brittny Smith (left) and Samantha Manroe snapped an 'ussie' by the #HHBE flower wall. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Medical Disposables & Supplies Limited (MDS) reps Valrine Pinnock (left) and Abigail Brown were eager to share the benefits of Tree Hut products. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
A year after launching Bam Cosmetics Limited, Dr Soyini Gordon-Mitchell decided to exhibit her products at #HHBE Pop. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Out to establish Rvffian, a line of men's skin and haircare products, were co-principals Romaine Clarke (left) and Jaime Martin. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Avialuxe Hair Care principal Christina Clarke said healthy haircare starts with her line of products. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
#HHBE VIP shopper Abigail White was out early to score the best deals. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
A stop at #HHBE was a must-do during Yardie Cosmetics CEO Santana Spence's Jamaican vacation. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Enjoying a day of retail therapy were sisters Danae Coleman (left) and Deven Coleman-Rowe (right) and their mom Debie Brown Coleman. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

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