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Arrojo Expo, NYC, Details Released

Maggie Mulhern | June 27, 2013 | 1:36 PM
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The Arrojo Expo will be held this September 15 and 16 in and around the Arrojo Studio on Varick Street in NYC. The two day congress is chock full of education and inspiration, including step by step education from the leaders in razor cutting, editorial styling and more. Approximately 350 salon professionals attended in 2012 and even more are expected this year. Arrojo Expo is one of the most important educational offerings of the year.

Some of the details for the expo have been released:

Day One:

-Fashion-Forward Razor Cutting

-Trend Focused Hair Painting

-American Wave Texture Innovations

-Men's Hair Cutting

-Editorial Styling and Braiding

-The Do's and Dont's of Editorial Excellence (with Modern Salon Media)

Day Two:

Day two is dedicated to hands-on education. There are several workshops, each covering a different aspect of the craft, including a "Business Success Symposium", Razor Cutting, Hair Painting, Men's Cutting, American Wave and Editorial Styling. Each workshop is held in the morning and available on a first come, first served basis. (These classes fill up quickly, so to secure your spot contact [email protected] or call 212-242-7786, ext. 216.)

There are many other events taking place during the expo, including gathering and dinners. Tickets are $675.

For more information, including hotel suggestions, go to: Arrojo NYC

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