EXCEL, London – Saturday 18th – 20th October 2008
THE BEST OF BRITISH HAIRDRESSING
Salon International 2008 promises to be bigger and better than ever – in 2007 over 48,000 visitors from the four corners of the world experienced the best of British hairdressing. This year, there will be so much for the visitor to do at the world’s most exciting hairdressing exhibition.
In the Show Hall, leading manufacturers will feature the latest in product innovation alongside on stand presentations hosting the hottest names in British hairdressing. The place to head for if you are looking to refit or revamp your salon is the Furniture Zone, where the biggest and brightest names in salon design can be found. Hairdressers Journal International, Wahl, Toni & Guy, BaByliss, Schwarzkopf Professional, Racoon, TIGI and the Fellowship for British Hairdressing, all have spectacular presentations planned for the three days of the exhibition. For the ultimate in inspiration and creativity, don’t forget to visit the British Hairdressing Awards Gallery to view the 2008 British Hairdressing Awards finalists’ work.
There are also a series of creative and business presentations and seminars to inspire, motivate and excite. This year we have some of the greatest names in British hairdressing presenting their work at Salon International. The Salon Live theatre will feature presentations from Patrick Cameron, Vidal Sassoon, Toni & Guy and Tim Hartley. If its pure education you are looking for, then Mahogany will once again be presenting their signature looks and future trends at the Salon Seminars. On Sunday, Salon Business Extra will be providing a full day programme designed to inspire, educate and motivate.
“Salon International 2007 was a tremendous success and our plans to make the show even bigger and better in 2008 are well underway. Our aim is to ensure there is something for everyone – no matter at what age or stage in their career. Salon International’s goal is to deliver on its promise of inspiring business,” commented Exhibition Director, Michael Patey.