Orlando's Premiere Preview!
MODERN editors will be at Premiere's Orange County Convention Center in Orlando (booth #1866) covering all the action on the showfloor and educational forums and events off the floor. Look for our MODERN SALON TV crew and our editors each day!
Not only will the mainstage and classrooms be booked solid with education from top artists (think Ted Gibson, Robert Cromeans, Nick Arrojo, Stephen Moody, Jan Arnold, John C. Simpson, Sam Villa, the Doves, Nicholas French , Beth Minardi, Jo Blackwell-Preston, Rocky Vitelli and more!), MODERN's brand new booth (#1866) will also be featuring education and how-to hair demos from some of the industry's favorite artists! Be sure to stop by-and, bring your camera! You never know when you might get a photo op!
For salon owners, managers and stylists looking to grow their salon business, MODERN's own publisher Steve Reiss will be discussing online opportunities from a salon-specific perspective on Sunday at 3:15 in room 221c. You may already have a website and engage in social media-but are your digital efforts really driving your business and making you money? This seminar will address the basics of online marketing, how to best utilize Facebook and Twitter, how salons are taking advantage of online opportunities and how your salon can create an online presence.
Stay updated with the latest happenings at MODERN's booth and on the show floor by visiting MODERN's Facebook page- hit "like" to get times and locations for some of your favorite educators and giveaways at MODERN's booth! Oh, and have we snapped a pic of you? If so, visit the page to check the pic! Remember to tag yourself in it!
Also awesome? This tote you'll get if you sign up for a subscription! We even have special show rates.
1 year of MODERN: $14
2 years of MODERN: $20
3 years of MODERN: $25
Stop by the booth any time for a complimentary copy of MODERN, SALON TODAY or First Chair!
Here are some of the educators you can expect to see at MODERN's booth-check Facebook for updates, exact times and what the educators will be demo-ing!
As owner of one of the salon industry's most prestigious Advanced Academies for the past 30 years, Martin Parsons has shared his contagious enthusiasm for quality hair design education with thousands of stylists around the world. Martin's educational offerings can be found on his website martinparsons.com, when he educates at trade shows around the world, and on his DVDs! Martin's goal, as an educator and company, is to share techniques with stylists to help them become better designers and manage their time efficiently, thus increasing their profitability on the salon floor. Motivated by helping people succeed, it's Martin's passion for the stylist and the art that keep him focused on providing tools to succeed and inspiring creativity.
Jamie Carroll began shearing sheep in his native Australian outback-convincing him he wanted work with his hands. He entered hairdressing through his early career as a photographer and "never looked back," he says. In addition to being a MODERN SALON Learning artist, Jamie has developed a series of educational systems as well as a complete salon business system, both earning him a Global Salon Business Award. He pioneered online education with G-learning, an interactive multiple learning format applicable to any industry and a series of educational seminars that he presents to hairdressers around the world. As official stylist for Australia Week, Jamie created looks for celebrities including Olivia Newton-John, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban.
Charismatic celebrity stylist, Martino Cartier, is the innovative, young owner of the successful Martino Cartier Salon in Sewell, New Jersey. With a talented staff of over 30 hairdressers, Cartier and his salon reached the height of popularity after being featured on Bravo's "Tabatha's Salon Takeover." Martino Cartier is also a Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy educator.
As Redken's Global Artistic Director of Design, Chris Baran has won numerous awards for his hair collections and acknowledgment for his education. Along with being Redken's creative vision behind trend shoots, styling and finishing techniques and product development, he divides his time between major shows, hands-on workshops-nationally and internationally, The Redken Exchange in New York City and as a keystylist at New York and Los Angeles Fashion Week. His relaxed teaching style, easy how-to approach and sense of humor make the sessions with him fly by with a pay off of hot, fresh trends your clients will
For the past decade, Ammon Carver has been a professional stylist and a platform artist with Matrix for years. His editorial work has been featured in high-profile fashion and beauty publications, and his celebrity client roster includes A-listers Kate Beckinsale, Molly Sims, David Foster, Lake Bell, Parker Posey, Leighton Meester, Amanda Seyfried, and Carson Kressly. In addition to his role as Artistic Director for Design Pulse, Ammon has a well-rounded skill set which includes cutting, color and styling (mastering talent in all three), and was a nominee for 2009's NAHA Contemporary Classic category and 2010 in Contemporary Classic & Editorial Hairstylist of the Year.
With more than 20 years of industry experience, Adrienne Rogers is currently a senior colorist at Cutler Salon in New York City as well as the owner of Hush Salon in Philadelphia. Adrienne is frequently called upon to color New York's up and coming models. Adrienne is also the National Technical Training Director for Product Club. She travels extensively teaching advanced coloring techniques in classroom demonstrations and hands-on workshops. Adrienne is a talented salon colorist whose friendly and approachable style makes her a sought out educator and presenter.
Ivan Zoot identifies, recruits, trains and manages Andis' team of professional beauty industry educators, and continues to be a featured presenter at industry shows and events sharing his unique blend of information, education and enthusiasm for clipper cutting and the entire professional beauty industry. His classes are fun to watch, easy to follow and loaded with information which both an aspiring student and a seasoned veteran can absorb and transform into money in their pocket, immediately.