Premiere Birmingham 2018 Announces Show Lineup

premiere-birmingham[Image: Courtesy of Premiere Birmingham]Last year, Katelyn L. said “I had such a great experience at the show that I’m not sure what could make it better” – well Premiere Birmingham took on the challenge and put together a phenomenal show for beauty professionals.


There is really just one way to describe Mainstage at Premiere Birmingham this year – OMG! With some of the biggest names in the industry educating on the hottest trends off the runaways as well as those highly requested cuts, colors and styles that have been blowing up on social media, its something you do no want to miss. Cosmetologists and barbers alike will leave the stage with not only the knowledge of the techniques to execute these looks but the motivation to do so. Learn from industry greats, Lori Zabel & Brayden Pelletier (Redken), Tabatha Coffey, Michelle O’Connor & Lenny Strand (Matrix), Ash Fortis, Kat Collett, Amanda Harsche & Dana Dautel (Pulp Riot), Van Campbell & Reggie Marcel (Barberology), Matty Conrad (Victory Barber & Brand), Nick Arrojo (Arrojo), Tiffany Chiapparelli (Amika) as well as the coveted female motivational panel Leading Ladies featuring Najah Aziz, Candy Shaw, Tracey Hughes & Larisa Love.

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200+ Education Classes Included with a Show Pass

What makes Premiere Shows stand out from the rest? Their commitment to providing beauty professionals with the education they need to succeed. With 200+ educational classes that are included with a Show Pass registration, not only does the education cover all aspects of the industry from: hair cutting, hair coloring, upstyling, barbering, textured hair, nail art, esthetics, makeup, lashes, brows as well as business and social media marketing but they are also taught by some of the industry’s leading educators. “Most have decades in the beauty industry. I want to learn from the best and immediately knew these were people that were top caliber” – Meredith T. This year’s educators include: Candy Shaw, Chris Bossio, Daniel Mason Jones, Jesse Linares, John Delgado, Maisie Dunbar, Mike Karg, Najah Aziz, Patric Bradley, Paul DiGrigoli, Tamika Gibson, Wayne Tuggle, Wendy Evans, plus many more.

Get Hands-On

Available for an additional fee, attend a hands-on workshop or look-and-learn experience and improve your skills. This year, Premiere Birmingham is
offering 4 different hands-on experiences: Painting Balayage with Candy Shaw aka the Balay LamaTM(Sunlights Balayage), Advanced Technical Cutting with Team Fi (Fi Hair), Short Hair Boot Camp with Najah Aziz (Like the River The Salon), Individual Volume Lash 2D-6D, an Advance Technique with Quyen Nguyen (Évalash Beauty); as well as 2 look-and learn experiences, Elevate the Salon Experience with Tabatha Coffey (MATRIX) and Social Savvy: Social Media Digital Marketing with Tracey Hughes and Larisa Love (Leading Ladies). Register for one of these classes on or before October 20 at 5:00p EST and SAVE.

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Compete to Earn CASH Prizes

Cosmetologists, barbers as well as industry students will have the opportunity to compete in 5 different competitions: Women’s Cut, Color & Style, Bridal, Upstyling & Braiding (Women’s Hair – Professionals and Students), Fantastic Fades, Limit-Free Style (Men’s Grooming – Professionals) and Casting Call: 90’s Rewind (School Team – Students). In addition, to cash prizes for competition winners, prize packages include product gift bags and one-on- one personalized coaching sessions*. Plus, a competition entry – includes a Premiere Birmingham Show Pass. *Prize packages vary by competition.

Register Today!

Show Passes for Premiere Birmingham are available online at, by calling 800-335-7469 or through an authorized ticket retailers. A Premiere Birmingham Show Pass includes access to the impressive, two-story exhibit oor with 450+ booths, 200+ education classes and Mainstage presentations. Additionally, attendees can access discounted hotel and travel rates via the show’s website.

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