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America's Beauty Show to Expand to Larger Hall

January 10, 2018 | 9:40 AM

Registration is open for Chicago’s America’s Beauty Show by Cosmetologists Chicago, April 28 – 30, 2018. The event includes two main stages, hosted by CosmoProf and SalonCentric, featuring favorite educators and social media influencers.

The sixth annual Beauty Changes Lives Experience at the Art Institute of Chicago will reveal the 2018 Legacy Award winner and include a runway show featuring new talent with the theme “Exposed.” Workshops will include color, barbering, makeup, business, nails and skin-care classes.

And for in-depth education, MODERN SALON’s ColorFest ’18 will celebrate the most creative, profitable part of the salon business: hair color. At this special session, attendees will be immersed in the latest hair-color trends, techniques and how-to strategies shared by industry-leading color influencers and innovators.

Learn and collaborate with other color enthusiasts and be ready to take your color results and expertise to the next level.

Visit americasbeautyshow.com for the updates and the information needed to make plans for ABS 2018.

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