What to Expect at IBS Las Vegas: The Barbershop, The Inkshop & Tons of Education

The International Beauty Show is heading to Las Vegas, and this year's show is one that can't be missed. From June 15 to 17, attendees can expect new pavilions, top-notch education, 350 exhibitors, and the chance to check out thousands of innovative products and tools. One of the new pavilions, The Barbershop, will feature men’s grooming and barbering companies, along with in-booth education and products and tools at professionals-only pricing. For the first time ever, IBS is introducing The Inkshop pavilion, which will offer permanent makeup, microblading, nanoblading, micropigmentation, tattooing education and products and tools.

As always, there will be loads of education on tap. On the Main Stage, watch Ira Pope Sage, Najah Aziz, Nicholas French, Lorna Evans and Tomb 45 barber Chris Bossio share techniques and tricks, plus check out a special performance on June 16 by female barbering superstars Cassie Kurtz, The Lipstick Barber, Allison the Barber, Kandiethebarberette and Barberologist. 

In addition to the nonstop education, attendees can find their favorite brands on the show floor, including Amika, Andis, Aquage, BabylissPro, Babe Hair Extensions, Dyson, Gelish, Gentlemen Republic, Hairtalk, Hattori Hanzo, Mac Pro, Olaplex, Revolt Tattoos, Rusk, Sephora, Tomb 45, Truss Professional, Turbo Power and more.


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