Save the Date: International Beauty Show Las Vegas

IBS Las Vegas
The show floor at IBS Las Vegas 2017

The countdown is on—International Beauty Show Las Vegas is just under two months away. The International Beauty Show Las Vegas is the fastest growing event in beauty, boasting more than 21,600-plus beauty professionals.

A perfect mix of commerce and top talent, this year's IBS Las Vegas (held June 23-25 at the Las Vegas Convention Center) is set to host more than 350 exhibitors, including top-name brands like BabylissPRO, Halo Couture, Morgan Taylor, Aquage, Donna Bella Hair Extensions and more. Attendees will also have first looks at state-of-the-art tools and innovations, front row seats to incomparable in-booth demonstrations and admission to the largest spa show in the country, IECSC Las Vegas.

Those hungry for more education can attend one of more than 100 classes on styling, cutting, nail techniques, coloring, makeup application and business building taught by industry notables including Martin Parsons, DJ Muldoon, Rodrick Samuels, Sherry Ratay and more. 


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Need further convincing? Education tracks like; Hair: Technique Focus, Hair: Barber Focus, Makeup: Artistry & Income, The Art of Nails, The Business Side of Beauty and Product Focused classes can help take your career to new heights. Here's a peek of the excitement of last year's show.

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