Under The Dryer


Saturday, June 08, 2019

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Like the fairy tale of Rapunzel letting her hair down, Rupunzel's Hair Boutique also allows women to let their hair down with trendy and fashionable wigs.

Operating locations at Village Plaza Shop 11, Constant Spring Road in Kingston, Jamaica and Toronto, Canada, principal Coralee Osborne uses her love for hair and decades of expertise to distinguish the difference between ordinary and extraordinary wigs. Having a hand in each person's wig process, Osborne takes her clients on a two-hour transformation of beauty and attitude.

Specialising in medical and fashion wigs, Osborne provides her clients with custom-made frontals and closures, either handmade or by machine. “Your hair is your crowning glory and I want to ensure that every female is feeling and looking her absolute best,” she expressed. Revealing the secret to a good wig, Osborne said, “it's all about getting the right fit”.

Extremely business-oriented, Osborne has her own merchandise and luxury hair-care product line, including the Rupunzel's Revolution Ionic Technology Professional Flat Iron, Moisture Restoring Shampoo, and silk edge ties, among others. “The right product can change the outcome of any hairstyle, so once I find the right formula, sharing it with others is my ultimate goal,” Osborne told the UTD team.

Osborne utilises her social media platforms to keep abreast of local and international hair trends. Rupunzel's Hair Boutique intends to further expand its brand with greater online presence and franchising. Your Under The Dryer team shares the extraordinary experience.

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