Salon Look, the International Image and Integral Aesthetics Exhibition organised by IFEMA, to take place from 28 to 30 September, is already working on the design of its next edition while maintaining its strategy of supporting international trade. As in previous years, Spain’s leading hairdressing and aesthetics exhibition, an important date in the world beauty trade fair circuit, is organising reverse trade mission in collaboration with the National Association of Perfumery and Cosmetics (STANPA) and ICEX, to bring cosmetic, perfumery and personal hygiene product buyers from India, Argentina, Sweden and Romania to the fair. At their first visit to the Look exhibition, guest buyers will have personal work meetings with the Spanish beauty product manufacturers participating in the fair. The professional profile of the international guests will be cosmetic importers and/or distributors selling to the professional channel, that is to say cosmetics aimed at beauty salons, spas, medical-aesthetic clinics and hair salons. The guest buyers are being selected in collaboration with the commercial offices of the Spanish embassies in Mumbai, Buenos Aires, Stockholm and Bucharest.
Salon Look launches in Santiago de Chile
This year, Salon Look will also take place in Santiago de Chile, from 27 to 29 October.The new trade fair, entitled Salon Look Chile, is co-organised by two leading event organisers, Ifema and Espacio Riesco, and is backed by 20 years of successful fairs in Spain
Salon Look Chile is being created with the aim of becoming a bridge between Europe and Latin America, offering companies an excellent platform for professional participation and promotion into other Latin American countries.
Salon Look, the biggest beauty show on the Iberian Peninsula
Salon Look will be back on the Iberian Peninsula from 28 to 30 September with an enormous selection of new ideas and trends for the beauty sector. The event is expected to attract more than 400 exhibitors with no less than 1,300 national and international brands, evidence of the sector’s commitment to this show.
The show will occupy Halls 3, 5 and 7. Hall 3 will housethe aesthetics, micro-pigmentation and natural cosmetics sectors; in Hall 5 we will find nails and make-up, while Hall 7 will assemble the entire hairdressing offer, also including the furniture and barber’s sector. The show will also designate specific areas to activities and there will be a catwalk.