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Norma Webster Salon & Spa is a luxurious and contemporary salon with fully qualified, experienced beauty therapists providing the highest standard of treatments. Situated in t
he Fairview Shopping Center, Bogue Montego Bay, Jamaica, the salon provides a relaxing and friendly atmosphere, welcoming new and existing clients. The salon stocks the best products in the industry.
In a strategic decision to raise the bare end higher as it relates to the lever of service to her clients, Norma Webster successfully transition from multiple locations into one primary location at Fairview Shopping Centre in March 2010. The services that were previously offered in Half Moon and Baywest Shopping Centre locations are available to all clients at the new location in Fairview.
In addition to improving parking and greater accessibility, the new salon is a lot more spacious and the ambience rivals any international salon. The salons courteous and well-trained staff caters to the needs of every client and bring new meaning to service with a smile . Complimentary coffee or tea is available while clients wait to be serviced.
For the Shopaholics, there are a number of skin care products, hair care products and cosmetics available. Clients are now able to purchase products from not only international brands, but also products from the Norma Webster owned line of amazing shampoos, conditioners, shiners, leave-in hair treatments, masks, make-up and scented candles.
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The Norma Webster Salon & Spa's rich history dates back to 1973 when a young Norma Webster sought to pursue her dream of working in cosmetology, with two chairs and a dream . Her knowledge, finesse and amazing hair cutting skills are unmatched in western Jamaica. After leaving Mount Alvernia High, Norma became an apprentice to Dorothy Gourzong Vendryes where sh e perfected her craft and was determined to make a name for herself. Norma Webster has studied locally and abroad, constantly improving on her skills and keeping abreast of industry trends. She trained with some of the top lines in hair care, including Vidal Sassoon, Redken and has worked as a technical consultant with Soft Sheen (West Indies).
Almost four decades later, Norma Webster has established herself as an esteemed cosmetologist, businesswoman, hair stylist and western Jamaica's only certified trichologist, trained in identifying and treating disorders of the scalp and hair.
She was instrumental in the development of the cosmetology programme at the Montego Bay Community College and was an integral member of the standardisation committee working with the National Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NCTVET) to bring more structure to the local cosmetology industry.
Norma is married to the talented singer Errol 'ET' Webster and has th ree beautiful daughters- Michelle, Monique and Marsha. With her daughter Monique Webster, serving in the capacity of Managing Director, the future of the salon is definitely in good hands. Monique was formally trained as a cosmetologist/aesthetician/makeup artist in Toronto, Canada and has helped to grow the Norma Webster brand tremendously. Read more......Read less
Read up on the characters, setting and plot that make Jakes singular, lyrical and altogether memorable. From us to all, one love.
The Legend: The late Perry Henzell co-wrote and directed Jamaica’s first major motion picture that burst reggae into new international consciousness. According to Rolling Stone, The Harder They Come has the best movie soundtrack of all time. The legacy endures, all over, just right.
The Architect: The wondrously inventive Sally Henzell is a set designer, poet and artist to the core. With nary a lick of architectural education, she’s built up the island’s most iconic properties. Each comes to her in a dream, from the earth and undulating with fearless color.
The Activator: After his mother opened Jakes, Jason saw in her audacious idea a business opportunity. He proved the unseen south coast could indeed become a true destination. Then came his own big vision… building the region’s preeminent Sports Park across the street.
The Educator: Jason’s wife Laura imagined a driftwoodenclosed yoga deck above the sea and a world-class spa with island aromas below-and made it all happen. She recruits top yogis to Jakes and teaches herself. Plus, she opened a brilliant primary school for area youth.
The Enricher: Jason’s sister Justine works to sustain and protect her father’s artistic legacy. And along the way, she enhances the world with her own films and ideas. She is a producer behind Calabash, the powerhouse literary festival that’s rendered Jake’s an artistic pilgrimage.
1660’S SHIPWRECK SWEETSPOT: When a Scottish ship sank close to Treasure Beach, its sailors swam up and stayed. They married beautiful Jamaican women, originating a concentrated genetic jackpot of gorgeous Jamaicans with Scottish surnames, light eyes, reddish hair and remarkable skin. Locally, we call dem Reds’.
“IN THIS PARISH WE WORK, NOT SHIRK.” : The slogan on an old sign welcom ing people to St. Elizabeth promises both the best of St. Bess and a population set apart by steadfast ethics and efforts. Able farmers and fishermen instilled the reputation, and we make it stay.
ARID PARADISE: The Santa Cruz Mountains naturally shelter Treasure Beach from the reams of rainfall that soak the north, so our tropical sanctuary grows both cacti and broad acacia. BIG FISHING: The fishermen here fish like they have for centuries: with nets, traps, pots and dugout canoes. And 60 miles off the coast is a fertile bank called the Pedro Cays, where the trade’s most diehard make their home and sail in the sea’s bounty daily.
FARM FRESH: Our parish is the island’s supplier of fruits and vegetables, growing everything from sweet melons to scotch bonnet in abundance. Farmers cover their rich red soil with blankets of guinea grass to keep the minimal moisture-and then tenderly tend the rows.
Approximate Population: 3500
Clotheslines: 3500 / Dryers: 0
Commun ity Organizations: 8
Temperature: 85°, every day
Rum bars in the middle of the ocean: 1
All-Inclusive Chain Hotels: 0
Sally Henzell contains multitudes. She’s a bona fide set designer, window dresser, poet, muse, painter, planter, builder, stylist and most recently, architect.
In 1991, she bought a little mud and wattle house in Treasure Beach, just down the road from where she spent her childhood summers.
Sally says, “Now this little parcel of land was well known to me. It was where we ended up having walked down the reef with Daddy so that he could shoot our breakfast in Barracuda Hole and were on the tiny beach we could meet up with the neighbouring kids and play.”
She soon turned her little house into a restaurant and people started coming. Sally had a lot of friends who wanted to stay over. So she built some groovy rooms, which then attracted groovy people.
Sally reminisces: “My son Jason, who had a perfectly good job at a ba nk in Mobay came to see what ole flipperty-jibbet Mummy was about and saw a potential that was a far larger ambition than mine.”
Jason bought more land. Sally began to build one bespoke cottage after another. Then she visited Barcelona to see Gaudi’s work: “Everything he did mattered, when he built a house he also built the furniture, put on the doorknobs and possibly the street lamp opposite with the ornate bench underneath it.”
Sally returned and built more, differently and beautifully, above and beyond. And Jakes became everything it is. Community maker. Love cultivator. Here is where the heart is. Read more......Read less