Going LiveAugust 1, 2005 By: Darice Gall American Salon
PREMIERE ORLANDO 2005Premiere Orlando 2005, taking place August 28-29 at the Orlando/Orange County Convention center, is gearing up for what promises to be their largest educational extravaganza to date. Among the presenters for this year's show are color expert Beth Minardi, Wella guest artist Nick Arrojo and creative directors Sonya and Christopher Dove, John Paul Mitchell Systems' Robert Cromeans, Rusk's Sandra Yu, Dwight Miller and Albie Mulcahy for Sahag, Martin Parsons and more.
Premiere Orlando has also expanded its educational program to include specialty areas in men's grooming, extensions and weaves, and global texture, with emphasis on education in ethnic hair services, techniques and business. Hands-on workshops will include education from TIGI/Toni & Guy, Pivot Point, American Board of Certified Hair Colorists and New Concepts Hair Goods. In addition, professionals can take advantage of Look and Learn classes with Bed Head/TIGI Makeup and Nailpro Nail Institute.
Tickets for the two-day show range from $40 to $60 for professionals and $35-$50 for industry students. To register, visit www.premiereshows.com, or call (800) 335-7469.