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

The Healthy Hair and Beauty Expo (HHBE) — which hosted a virtual shopping event and marketplace last April — returned to its regular face-to-face staging on Saturday, July 30 at the Police Officers' Club, 34 Hope Road, St Andrew. The event granted shoppers access to on-trend make-up products, the best in natural haircare products, fragrances, candles, lotions and potions for #SelfcareSundays.

In between shopping, #HHBE Pop attendees participated in hula hoop, and question and answer competitions led by host Renae Wilson. The Zimii booth — fashioned like a chic hair salon by Pussbackfoot — was the go-to spot for naturalistas and protective style lovers eager to check out the latest hair treatments.

#HHBE POP was powered by Essential Beauty Pro (@essentialbeautypro) and sponsored by Excelsior, Essential Events & Marketing, Zimii, and Bella Belles Beauty Box.

Photographer: Joseph Wellington

#HHBE POP ambassadors Keyona Spence (left) and Abbigail Smith issued swag bags all day. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Yardie Cosmetics CEO Santana Spence (left) and #HHBE 2022 host Renae Wilson were dressed to impress. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Little Nathan-Emile Lynch's stroller proved to be the perfect shopping cart for his mom Ottavia Lewis-Lynch. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Host Renae Wilson (left) gave Tanya Hird, operations and business development manager, Fleetwood Jamaica Ltd — The Orion Division, a chance to promote the offerings of the Zimii booth. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
The Pussbackfoot-designed Zimii booth (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
With 33 years of service to the Fleetwood/Orion Manufacturing Services, Nadine Loague-Clarke's hairdo by Tanya Hird was well-deserved. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Quality analyst at Sutherland Global Sasha Daley (right) and NeeksCrowne Care owner Ronique Innis (second right) learnt all about the Soft & Silky products from reps Shaniel Jarrett (left) and Zoe Walsh. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Medical Disposables & Supplies (MDS) Limited rep Abigail Brown (left) introduced Sagicor Life Financial Advisor Melecia Brown to the fruity scent of the Tree Hut Shea Body Butter Tropical Mango. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Medical Disposables & Supplies Limited rep Sherlin Hall ensured shoppers were aware that Benjamins Cosmetics products were available at distributors' costs. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
#HHBE shopper Amair Myrie relished the aroma of a Faith Honeysuckle & Jasmine candle from Wicks by Grey principal Rushiel Grey. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Promoting all-natural, vegan & cruelty-free skin care with Cedros Bay products were Brand Manager Janell Adlam (right) and representative Shanique Anderson. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
The Miracle Corporation Ltd booth had products from Softee, Soft Touch and True & Natural, and representatives (from left) Te Jamay Williams, Trudian Powell, Tessica Robinson-Denton, Rachel Chin-Lee were there to guide shoppers. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
Wet n Wild Beauty rep Jodi Cespedes (left) intensified Trudy Grant's natural lashes with the Wet n Wild Max Volume Plus Waterproof Mascara. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)
The Beauty Spot Marketing Coordinator Tajia Drummond contemplated trading her blonde buzzcut for a Carol's Daughter afro. (Photo: Joseph Wellington)

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