IBS Speaker Spotlight: Ryan Pearl

Exciting news: The International Beauty Show New York is this weekend! For three straight days, beauty gurus from all different professions will convene in New York City for the nation's longest-running beauty show, and we hope to see you there. 

Among many others, one of the show's biggest highlights is the world class education available to attendees, including 100 free classes, pay-to-attend master classes and hands-on workshops. Leading up to the event, we'll be highlighting several speakers that you'll want to add to your list of must-sees. Today, we're shedding some light on Ryan Pearl. 

Who: Ryan Pearl has been a colorist at Cutler SoHo for the past six years. Throughout his successful career, Pearl's work has been featured in numerous campaigns and he has built lasting relationships with clients, to which he credits the budding of his career in the professional beauty industry. In addition to working with many high-profile people in the fashion and modeling industries, including Hailey Baldwin, Sara Sampaio and Carli Bybel, Pearl also recently came out with his own hair product line. The first product he released is called Pearl Oil, which is a color protectant serum. 

What: At this year's IBS, Pearl will be speaking about Uberliss, which is a bonding additive to color to strengthen the hair and prevent breakage when doing color. 

Learn first-hand the technology and balayage technique used with Uberliss Bond Treatment to complete total transformations for your clientele without compromising hair health. Also learn tips and tricks on how to create and maintain fun fantasy styles using the Uberliss Bond Sustainer Colors. 

Why You Should Attend

1. Great education 
2. Tons of deals on products 
3. Great way to be re-inspired
4. See some of the best hairdressers perform and teach
5  Be the first to see newest tools 

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