Class Act

More than 43,000 beauty professionals will converge on the Orlando/Orange County Convention Center for The 2006 Premiere Orlando Beauty Show from August 27–28. This year's show will showcase the best hair, nails, day spa and business education in the industry with returning class favorites like the Main Stage, Hair Color Today, Global Texture, Nail World, Day Spa & Esthetics, not to mention new and exciting additions like the Nail Stage, Medical Spa and makeup education.



Top stylist talent will appear on the Main Stage, bringing their high energy and unique style to the crowd. Bold-faced names appearing will include Sam Brocato, L'anza's Oscar Bond and Matt Swinney, Martin Parsons, Robert Cromeans, Kris Sorbie, Noah Hatton, James Morrison and American Crew's David Raccuglia.

Not to be outdone, Hair Color Today will also bring the biggest names in the business of color to one location, including Anita Guiterrez and Danny LaPointe, John Paul Mitchell Systems' Scott Cole and Linda Yodice, the Schwarzkopf Design Team and Chromastics' Beth and Carmine Minardi.

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In addition to the unprecedented business forum, barbershop education, hair and nail competitions and extension and weave education, attendees will also enjoy three fabulous after-parties, perfect for unlimited networking opportunities, and the 6th Annual Stylist Choice Awards. The Premiere Orlando Beauty Show is shaping up to be the hottest event of the season.

For more information, call 800.335.7469 or visit www.premiereshows.com.

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