From the front your latest hair style looks good but you have to look at the back of the head to see the majority of the hair. In April 2019 I attended the 36th Montpelier Agricultural & Industrial Show, Saint James, Jamaica. I captured images of the hairstyles and the Miss Farm Queen pageant. I have started the following images with a view of the face and the limited hair that you can see.
The image does look good but the following images are all about the hair styles so the view will be from the back.
Africa Fashion Week London, 9 – 10 August 2019, Freemasons’ Hall, 60 Great Queen St, London WC2B 5AZ
Shot & Cut: Pretty Data Styling: Samson Soboye 1 st Assistant Stylist Theo Omambala Fashion Assistants: Sandra Ama, Ati Aye MUA: Abbie May Hopkins Hair: Allan Henry Models: Howard Ejegi, Alisha Safo, Charli Fletcher, Rebecca Nemere, Dominic Baderin Designers: Soboye Boutique, Vanessa Gounden, BwanaWilly, JesuSegun London, Lesley de Freitas Music: Inbox Riddim by Sarz Location: UGLE Freemasons’ Hall, London Producer: Anna Marie Benedict Executive Producer: Princess Ronke Ademiluyi Thanks to: AFWL 2019 Commercial Partner- EPG Media Supported by Mayor of London’s Africa in London Initiative
If you go back to the front view of the head it shows what a difference it makes when the hairstyle is changed.
I could not show all the lovely hair styles that I captured in Jamaica but here are some more for you to appreciate.
What follows now is the Saint James, Jamaica Agricultural Society Farm Queen Pageant. The four contestants entered the stage with a dance. There was an interlude to see designs that were promoting safe sex and then the contestants returned in outfits that they designed. There was another fashion show followed by the contestants performing a play. There was a dance by another group and the contestants returned in their dresses. They were all interviewed on stage and the winner was crowned.