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Hands-On: Nail Classes at Premiere Orlando 2016

Jamie Newman | March 31, 2016 | 9:45 AM
Photo By Premiere Orlando

Attention nail techs and nail buffs! Premiere Orlando, which takes place June 4-6, 2016 at the Orlando/Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, is right around the corner. The show is chock full of continuing education for nail artists, with classes taught by experts from some of your favorite brands such as CND, Essie, ORLY, Morgan Taylor and Zoya. See some of the highlights below, and for a full list of classes, click here

Saturday:

Nailing Your Future; Troubleshooting Solutions with Industry Experts, CND
When: Saturday 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m., Where: Room 205AB
CND Co-founder, Jan Arnold, along with a guess panel of industry experts including Doug Schoon, Roxanne Valinoti and Kristina Estabrooks, help you be prepared to solve problems you may face in the salon through science-based knowledge and proven techniques. Registration required

Sunday:

Gelaze, China Glaze
When: Sunday 9 a.m.-6:30 p.m. … additional session on Monday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Where: Exhibit Floor
From the makers of China Glaze, Gelaze is a 2-in-1 gel polish that requires no base coat. Available in 72 shades, the formula is chip-free with long-lasting shine.

Seasonal Trend Class Flirtation Summer 2016, CND
When: Sunday 10 a.m.-11:15 a.m., Where: Room W205AB
See the latest trends from CND nail artists Kristina Estabrooks, Roxanne Valinoti, Heather Davis and Lauren Wireman as they unveil seasonal nail styles using Shellac Brand 14+ Day Nail Color, Vinylux Weekly Polish and CND Additives. Registration required

Instant Artist Certification-Fundamentals, ORLY International
When: Sunday 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Where: Room W208C
ORLY Ambassador and Celebirty Manicurist Elsbeth Schultz demonstates fundamental basics in this workshop. that you can apply to create simple designs using ORLY GelFX with Instant Artist. Attendees will explore two on-trend nail art looks: Negative Space and Modernized Marbling. Click here for more information. Craving the advanced version of this workshop? Instant Artist Certification-Advanced will take place on Sunday from 2 p.m.-4 p.m.

Anti-Aging 3in1 Ultasonic, Galvanic ION & LED Light Therapy, LCN USA
When: Sunday 4 p.m.-5 p.m., Where: Room W205C
Tina Gilbert talks expanding services and maximizing profits using the Studio Skin Expert featuring Ultrasonic, Galvanic ION +/- and LED light therapy in one. Learn about the device while discussing money-making services for the manicure table and facial bed.

MONDAY:

The Art of Sales: Selling with Integrity, Essie
When: Monday 9:30a.m.-10:30a.m. (another session is also on Sunday from 4 p.m.-5 p.m.), Where: Room 203B
Gino Trunzo discusses how to make your business succeed through greater retail and service sales.

Secrets To Success With Retention+ Liquid & Powder, CND
When: Monday 10 a.m.-11:15 a.m., Where: Room W205AB
Create dramatic, durable nail enhancements for your client who wants to make a statement. Taught by CND nail artists Kristina Saindon, Melissa Pechey and Lauren Wireman. Registration required

GELeration Soak-Off Gel System, Jessica Cosmetics International
When: Monday 11 a.m.-12 p.m., Where: Room W204A
The Jessica Cosmetics Team walks attendees through unique features for application, nail repair and more using its GELeration Soak-Off Gel System.

 

 

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