Calling All Haircolor Fanatics—This Stage Is For You!
The color-obsessed will be far from disappointed when they set foot inside Premiere Orlando on May 31 and June 1. Why’s that? Premiere went above and beyond in setting their 2015 lineup for the Hair Color Stage, bringing in expert educators for a weekend of vibrant color education, star-studded panels and, of course, a look at trends to come. Expect to reinvent the color wheel!
Matrix’s Chrystofer Benson will take the audience on a crash course on how Matrix’s editorial portfolio comes to life. He will share the ins and outs of how they find inspiration and the technical know-how that goes into their color formulas. On Sunday, Redken’s Tracey Cunningham and David Stanko will sit down for a haircolor panel, offering up their favorite products, formulas, techniques and other tips for upping your color game. They will also talk about the benefits of Redken’s newest lines, Chromatics and Ultra Rich. On Monday, Redken will return with Justin Isaac, Lori Zabel and Julie Lahr for a lesson on the latest trends and techniques to put you ahead of the curve.
Product Club and Scruples will hit the stage on both Sunday and Monday. David Velasco and Adrienne Rogers of Product Club will school you on advanced haircolor theories, teaching you the most balanced approaches to haircolor and how to think about it differently. They will open you up to a variety of problem solving strategies and solutions, allowing you to color outside the lines! Amie Goltz, Katie Nielsen and Chris Venesky will showcase Scruple’s new Synergy Collection; a collection of high fashion colors that complement their gel and crème color range.
With awards season fresh on his mind and the red carpet rug burns starting to heal, Kim Vo will spill all of Hollywood’s styling secrets on live models. Of course, he will answer your burning questions about celebrity styling and what red carpet trends your clients will demand. Finally, Beth Minardi will continue building on her reputation as one of the industry’s best educators by offering an hour and a half class where she will offer her best advice for reaching your creative potential. Best of all, this isn’t just a class—it’s a discussion! During her class, there will be a “roving microphone,” allowing audience members to chime in with their questions throughout, making this a truly interactive experience!
So if you love all things colorful and bright, make sure you get to the Hair Color Stage early. With 55,000 people from all over the world expected to attend Premiere, you can bet these seats will fill up fast! For more information about class offerings, stage events or purchasing your show pass, visit www.premiereorlandoshow.biz.