A Time To Celebrate

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Saturday, February 23, 2013

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Jamaican women are most passionate about looking good. Truth be told, we dress to step into our boudoirs! Our hair, nails, eyebrows and faces must be flawless. When we’re stressed there’s nothing better than a full-body massage with a few heated stones thrown in for added relief. We’re a demanding set of individuals who make the trek our mothers, grandmothers and great-grans all made Saturday after Saturday in their quest for beauty. It is with this in mind and because we know the value of these oftentimes unsung heroes that we present for the second time, in association with Absolut Vodka, The Jamaica Observer Under the Dryer Awards 2012 — a celebration of creativity, skill and longevity.


We use this opportunity to thank the Spanish Court hotel whose own fabulous spa — The Spa at The Spanish Court Hotel copped the Wow Factor award in 2011.


BEST PLACE FOR HOLLYWOOD AND PAGE 2 GLAM


House of Neahlis, operated by Lisa McIntosh-Aris (absent from the presentation), also won the Best Place for Hollywood and Page 2 Glam award.


MOST STYLISH


Lady Allen was absent from the night’s presentation but managed to cop the award for Most Stylish of 2012.


BEST PLACE FOR A SHORT BOB AND PIXIE


House of Neahlis operated by Lisa McIntosh-Aris (absent from the presentation) also won the Best Place for a Short Bob and Funky Pixie award.


BEST SALON FOR NATURAL HAIR


Absent from the night’s celebration was Jus’ Natural Hair Studio operated by Trudy Greenland and Princess Dunn who won the award for: Best Salon for Natural Hair.


— NMW Senior Associate Editor Lifestyle & Social Content and Under The Dryer Awards ANDTHEAWARDSWENTTO... Conceptualiser

    

                

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