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Published:Tuesday | March 16, 2010 | 12:00 AM
Tru-Juice's Kim Lee gets a neck rub from Nathania Graham-Haynes, aesthetician, of Totally Male at yesterday's Jamaica Spa Beauty Week launch at the Courtleigh Hotel and Suites. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Robert Miller (left) and Leroy Graham look quite fetching, don't you agree?
Nicole Marshall-Walker escorts her daughter Abigail during the bridal segment of the show. Abigail is wearing a mini-bride's dress complemented by her little white hat, while Nicole shows off her wide-brimmed white hat. - photos by Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Sabrena McDonald's Jamaican flag-inspired hat and bag combination, courtesy of Cinderella Hats, was a hit at the fifth staging of Hats On at the Easter fund-raiser for children at risk held at 3 Ardenne Road in St Andrew on Sunday.
Marcellas James, designer of Cinderella Hats, sporting one of her own creations. Check out her belt!
Andrew Price (left), marketing manager of Wray and Nephew, with Alsion Roach, Mojo 6 tournament promo-ter, and Jamaica Public Service Chairman, Tommy Fakuda, at Caymanas Country Club on Sunday. - photos Contributed
Trisha K. Thompson (left) came in support of the event and stopped to pose with Appleton Estate's Chesna Haber.


Prime Minister Bruce Golding welcomed the return of the Ladies Pro Golf Association, at Sunday's launch of the Mojo 6 Raceway Golf tournament, at the Caymanas Country Clubhouse in St Catherine.


It was that time of year again when men and women donned hats that ran the gamut from fashionable to ridiculous for a good cause.


With times as challenging as they are, it's a good idea to go get some well needed pampering during The Gleaner-sponsored Jamaica Spa and Beauty Week, March 22-27.