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Meet and Greet Top Beauty Influencers at ISSE Long Beach

Lauren Salapatek | January 13, 2017 | 8:06 AM

Catch some of the beauty industry's biggest influencers at the International Salon and Spa Expo (ISSE) in Long Beach, California, January 29-30. Here are the dates and times you can meet up with them face to face. 

Catch up with Chita Besau and Shelley Gregory: They share their creative color placement with pastels palettes. Watch them color and create out of the box styles with braids that can be used for editorial looks or tamed down for events / party's and weddings . They will share how to take braiding to another level of fun with different types of hair, quick tips and tricks. 

Kurtis Dam-Mikkelsen (aka Miss Fame) will be creating a full drag makeup application on a male model into the signature "Fame" look bringing out the most feminine details in the model's face.

This step-by-step demonstration will include how to seamlessly cover a brow, recreate a new socket line, the magic of glitter, how to neutralize the shadow of a beard, highlighting and contouring for camera and stage, showcasing the power of shadow and light, cutting and stacking lashes for a custom finish, gradient extended brows, precision liner, defining fuller lips, applying face lift tapes to temporary defy gravity as well as a lace front wig for HD photography.

MEET AND GREET:

Sunday, January 29, 2017

12-1 p.m. Jenny Strebe aka (@theconfessionsofahairstylist) and Rebecca Taylor aka (@rebeccataylorhair),

1- 2 p.m.  Alyssa Marie aka (@alyssamarieartistry) and Kristen Leanne aka (@kristenxleanne)

2-3 p.m. I LxPxJ- Larisa Love aka (@larisadoll), Phil Ring aka (@phildoeshair) and Jacob Khan aka (@jacobhkhan)

Monday, January 30, 2017

Book Signing:

12-1 p.m. Jenny Strebe aka (@theconfessionsofahairstylist)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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