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Show Photos: G SPOT HAIR DESIGN ANNUAL HAIR SHOW- THE YEAR OF THE HAIR – 5/14

Posted by Adrianne Behning | May 15, 2011 | Community/News

Ok, folks, I know many of you are eager to see these photos…I have to preface them with this: I know there are going to be some amazing photos of this show circulating from both Dewey Street Photography Company and Ovation Photography, so I decided to go a wee bit avant garde with my shots…or maybe I should just say ‘odd’. So if they seem odd, they’re meant to be.

This year’s hair show was a perfectly executed feast for the senses. The runway, the lights, the music (can you say “no wave”?), the models and, oh my, the hair!!  The women of the GSpot have certainly lived up to their impeccable reputation of keeping things fun, fresh and unlike anything most of us have seen with our own eyes. I can’t even think of words to describe how fantastically intense this show was…those of you in attendance know what I mean.  I hooped and hollered through the whole show, even with my camera smashed up against my face because I was genuinely excited at the transformations that I witnessed; I barely even recognized my own friends up there. Most admirably, money raised from the silent auction and raffles went to the amazing organization Doctors Without Borders. The only thing hotter than gorgeous models are gorgeous models who give back to their fellow humans. Without further ado, here’s what I saw….

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