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ABS Extends Beauty Bash Entry Deadline

Jan Hillenmeyer | January 23, 2013 | 12:16 PM

 ABS Extends Beauty Bash Entry DeadlineAmerica’s Beauty Show and Cosmetologists Chicago have extended the entry deadline for the talent showcase at ABS BeautyBASH until February 8, 2013.

ABS and CC are calling for salon professionals with entertainment talent, in addition to cosmetology talents, to enter the first BeautyTalent Showcase Auditions.

Up to five singers, dancers, musical performers or comedians will be given the opportunity to perform in front of an audience of their peers and the media on the ABS Runway. The performances will be presented during the ABS BeautyBASH kick-off party March 9, 2013.

 “We know salons are filled with talented beauty service providers”, said CC President Joseph Cartagena.  “Many of our professional peers harbor performance skills as well. Because CC is totally dedicated to the advancement of careers, we want to give these performers a showcase that may even propel them to stardom.”

 A committee that includes entertainment industry experts and salon celebrities, will make the final talent selections for the Showcase. Visit for entry details.

  ABS Extends Beauty Bash Entry Deadline

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