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#CAPER14: Paul Mitchell Future Beauty Pros Share their Experience

Anne Moratto | February 12, 2014 | 1:51 PM
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John Paul DeJoria, Co-Founder, and Co-Owner and Creative Director Angus Mitchell are ready for the White Party.
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Featured speaker Marie Osmond clowns around with Winn Claybaugh
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Marie Osmond and inspiring role model and featured speaker Lizzie Velazquez
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Artistic Director Robert Cromeans shares an elevator selfie
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#CAPER14: Paul Mitchell Future Beauty Pros Share their Experience

Paul Mitchell's future beauty professionals have spent the past two days in Las Vegas, celebrating CAPER 14, their annual education extravaganza. Packed into these days are small classes, large stage presentations, inspiring speakers, dazzling demos and endless opportunity to interact with each other, with Paul Mitchell artists and family and to share their experience socially.

On all the social platforms--Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest--the #Caper14 hashtag calls up a steady stream of images and enthusastic shout-outs. Leading this Caper Capture is Winn Claybaugh, Dean and Co-Founder of Paul Mitchell Schools.

@WinnClaybaugh: What an AMAZING day at #Caper14! Thank you, Marie Osmond, Lizzie Velasquez (Lizzie's Fan Page!), Kathy Buckley, and John Autry for inspiring us, touching our hearts, and filling the room with SO MUCH love! Not to mention our incredible Future Professionals, Advanced Academy, Paul Mitchell artists and educators ... the list goes on and on. My heart is filled with gratitude for each and every one of you! Enjoy the white party, everyone!

Follow the fun in real time by visiting the Paul Mitchell Caper Facebook page, the Paul Mitchell Education Twitter Feed or by searching the #Caper14 hashtag online.

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