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Eufora International's 2013 Global Connection, Sept. 15-6

Anne Moratto | August 29, 2013 | 4:30 PM
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Eufora co-founder Don Bewley welcomes last year's attendees.
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 Eufora International's premier educational event, Global Connection, returns September 15-16, 2013 with an “All Star” cast from around the globe in a new venue – L.A. LIVE in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. Coming to the main stage from Japan will be Mayumi Yamamoto, known as "The Million Dollar Stylist", and Hidenori Nishimura, creator of Braidart. While Neil Smith, editorial stylist and English Hair & Beauty Awards 2013 “Women’s Stylist of the Year” winner, will travel from across the pond.

Hairstylists and salon owners worldwide will come together at Global Connection for creative demonstrations by the international talent,  multiple artistic runway shows revealing upcoming hairstyle trends, and interactive business and technical classes that will sharpen styling skills and expose salon owners to industry best practices.

On Sunday, the 15th, a Black Tie Gala Dinner and Stylist of the Year Awards ceremony will be held. After, guests can tap in to the allure of 1920s Old Hollywood at the CLUBEufora Great Gatsby-themed after party in the famous Conga Room.

For more event information visit www.euforaglobal.com.

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