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Extension Education

January 11, 2012 | 2:46 PM

Simplicity Hair Extensions will present two days of application and styling demonstrations with Vivienne Mackinder at the International Salon Spa Expo in Long Beach, California. The classes will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. January 29 and 30 in the Long Beach Hyatt, connected to the convention center.

The classes will provide certification in Simplicity Extension application and will include the consultation process, client prep, application techniques, blending, and removal, retaping and reusing extensions.

The Certification Kit for the hands-on class includes sample hair, mannequin and clamps, tape, remover, training manual, Looks DVD and a certification form. The certification class, regularly priced at $1,000, will be offered for $500 at ISSE Long Beach. Additionally, Simplicity Hair Extensions will be at Booth 430 on the show floor.


To sign up for certification classes, call the Simplicity sales team at 877-413-5225 or visit

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