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Club Intrigue On the Road

Stacey Soble | February 25, 2016 | 6:34 PM

Pro-Panorama is the 2016 national launch of Club Intrigue, a shared education event that focuses on local communities coming together face-to-face and without barriers to build relationships, collaborate, and have fun.

The event which has its roots in Atlanta, Georgia, is hitting the road and will be hosted by Progressions Salon Spa Store in Washington D.C. Pro-Panorama will celebrate the dynamic women in the professional beauty industry.

Representing the nation’s capital, Shirley Gordon from Strands Salon, D.C. will be bringing her innovative styling to the stage. Gordon is a top Wella stylist and is known for her celebrity clientele and work with the show “Rip the Runway” and the BET Awards. KMS California Artistic Team Director and award-winning salon owner, Sonna Brado will connect the artistic and business sides of the profession through her hands-on approach to education. Additionally, Wendy Bond, former Creative Director of L’ANZA Haircare and current Lakmé USA Director of Education, will speak on all things color, as she specializes in corrective color and color formation. Bond is a NAHA Colorist of the Year and Master Stylist award winner, and her work has been featured in Vogue Magazine. A representative from the host venue, Progressions, also will be working alongside our featured guest artists.

Join Club Intrigue for this powerful presentation and become part of the community! Get your tickets here: www.clubintrigue.com.

Originally posted on Salon Today.

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