Join the Professional Beauty Association at the International Salon and Spa Expo (ISSE) 2017 in Long Beach, CA. Be inspired by the artistic talent of today's leading stylists and platform artists like Nick Arrojo, Candy Shaw, Martin Parsons and MORE!Continue Reading
Join the Professional Beauty Association at the International Salon and Spa Expo (ISSE) 2017 in Long Beach, CA. Be inspired by the artistic talent of today’s leading stylists and platform artists!
Just a Sampling of What You Will Experience:
Center Stage with Nick Arrojo
With thirty-plus years as a hairdresser, Nick has become a modern icon of the industry. His signature razor-cutting technique is recognized and practiced worldwide. It is part of a modern and creative, precision-based hairdressing method pioneered by Nick, and designed to create fashion-forward, beautiful, wearable hair for clients, while offering creative freedom and versatility to stylists.
A revered hairdresser, educator, and leading light in the business, Nick has been featured in the world’s best magazines, worked with the world’s top fashion designers, and saw a seven year stint as hairdressing host for TLC’s “What Not to Wear.” He is an author, mentor, and, through ARROJO education, he shares his insights and inspirations with tens of thousands of fellow professionals each year. Buy Your Ticket NOW >
Sunlights Balayage Featuring Candy Shaw
Balayage is “sweeping” the nation by storm! Join us for a comprehensive Balayage Basics course and learn how to paint beautiful highlights with the stroke of your brush. Hair painting cuts your appointment time by more than half while adding more money to your bottom line! Come join the Balayage Revolution and let’s paint highlights the way nature intended them to be! View the Pre-Show Brochure for all opportunities at ISSE 2017! >
About Candy Shaw
Nicknamed “The Balay Lama,” Candy literally grew up in the beauty industry and has over 30 years of hairdressing experience and is considered one of the world’s top stylists. Candy works behind the chair full-time, and sees up to 35 clients per day. In 1996, Candy founded Jamison Shaw Advanced Hairdressing Systems, Inc., an advanced training academy specializing in teaching French cutting and Balayage highlighting techniques.
Hands-On with Martin Parsons
Do your updos take more than 30 minutes? Have you ever turned away an updo client? ISSE has partnered with Martin Parsons and his Education Group to conduct a program designed just for you! This three hour hands-on class will give you the techniques and confidence to build a strong and profitable “long hair business.” You will complete up to five different updos utilizing the techniques that made Martin famous, including practical tips such as teasing for fullness, creating flattering shapes and much, much more.
About Martin Parsons
As owner of one of the salon industry’s most prestigious Advanced Academies for the past 30 years, Martin Parsons has shared his contagious enthusiasm for quality hair design education with tens of thousands of stylists around the world.
Honors & awards include one of Modern Salon’s “Top 75 Educators” for the past century; “Canadian Hairdressing Lifetime Achievement Award;” NAHA’s “Lifetime Achievement Award;” and countless features in trade magazines around the globe.
Perform Group LLC, a leader in dance and gymnastics performance apparel, and Olympic gold medalist Shannon Miller launch Salto™ by Shannon Miller. Salto™ is a line of fashionable and affordable fitness apparel designed and constructed to allow women to feel confident and comfortable while transitioning to each activity in their busy day. The tagline Every Moment Matters is more than just a motto, it is the driving purpose behind each thing we do. Realizing the value in each and every moment of the day encourages women to take small, manageable steps towards a healthy lifestyle.
Throughout the month of October we’ll be sharing stories from some of our amazing members, and how they are involved in their communities to help those in need. We had the opportunity to talk with long-time members Joe Bisazza and Joseph Cozza, of Joseph Cozza Salon, about their involvement with Hair to Stay, a national non-profit focused on helping those undergoing the physical effects of cancer and chemotherapy.
Industry professionals, along with 380 members of Congress and their staff gathered at Capitol Hill September 26, 2016 for the annual Welcome to Our World! Congress and their staff had the opportunity to receive complimentary mini services, including haircuts and manicures while learning about the beauty industry’s key issues from 95 talented volunteers. To learn more about this important event visit probeautyfederation.org!
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the PBA Foundation is encouraging salon professionals to host CUT IT OUT® fundraisers to help raise awareness and funds for this important issue. CIO is dedicated to mobilizing salon professionals across the U.S. to help put a stop to the epidemic of domestic abuse. CUT IT OUT provides salon professionals with educational materials on domestic violence and education, guiding them on how to respond to identify the warning signs, respond to a client who may be the victim of abuse, and refer those in need to local resources.
In support of October’s National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the PBA Foundation is encouraging salon professionals to host CUT IT OUT® fundraisers to help raise awareness and funds for this important issue. CIO is dedicated to mobilizing salon professionals across the U.S. to help put a stop to the epidemic of domestic abuse. CUT IT OUT provides salon professionals with educational materials on domestic violence and education, guiding them on how to respond to identify the warning signs, respond to a client who may be the victim of abuse, and refer those in need to local resources.
Since 2013, PBA’s I Am A Professional. I Am Licensed. movement has been bringing together licensed beauty professionals across the U.S. The goal of the I AM movement is to send a clear message to consumers and lawmakers about the importance of keeping the professional beauty industry licensed.