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Salon Services Hosts Trifecta Hair Show

Stacey Soble | April 29, 2013 | 9:30 AM

Salon Services partnered with professional hair care manufacturers Davines, Kevin.Murphy and ColorProof Evolved Color Care to present the TRIFECTA Hair Show on April 14th, 2013 at Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle, WA. Headlining artists included: Angelo Seminara, Davines Artistic Director; Kevin Murphy,Owner & Creator of Kevin.Murphy; Phillip Wilson, ColorProof Creative Director.

Over 400 stylists attended this full day, red-carpet event to witness color, cutting and styling from three of the world’s most respected and admired artists. Seminara, Murphy and Wilson each took the stage for two hours and Mary Rector-Gable, Founder of behindthechair.com, closed the show with an onstage interview with Angelo Seminara. Each vendor hosted exclusive hands-on, educational workshops the following day.

“We are honored to have hosted three of the world’s most talented artists under one roof and hope to have inspired our salon professionals to new heights of inspiration and creativity with the show of the century!” says Sydney Berry, Owner & President of Salon Services.

“In our continued quest to encourage personal mastery, we felt it was necessary to bring top talent to the Pacific Northwest and provide our clients with this once in alifetime opportunity.” George Learned, Owner & Vice President of Salon Services.

“Honestly, the best show I have ever been to in my 20 plus career. Seeing 3 masters in one day, my head is still reeling.” Emmett Henley, Owner of Vasuda Salon.

“Thank you for a wonderful event with amazing talent and passion. Sydney and George truly inspire us all with their incredible commitment to the industry, salon owners and stylists!” Mark Brado, Owner of Jaazz Salons & Skincare Center.

“AMAZING. I AM HUMBLED #fivestarexperience.” Mari Dwyer, Stylist & Educator, The Collage Salon.

ABOUT SALON SERVICES & SUPPLIES

Salon Services is an independent wholesale distributor of professional beauty salon and spa products, serving the licensed stylist and salon professional throughout Washington, Oregon, Utah and Idaho for over 30 years.

Sydney Berry and George Learned, established Salon Services with the goal of being more than a distribution center-but a true resource for the encouraging personal mastery of salon professionals.

Salon Services partnered with professional hair care manufacturers Davines, Kevin.Murphy and ColorProof Evolved Color Care to present the TRIFECTA Hair Show on April 14, 2013 at the Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle, Washington.

Headlining artists included: Angelo Seminara, Davines artistic director; Kevin Murphy, owner & creator of Kevin.Murphy; and Phillip Wilson, ColorProof creative director. More than 400 stylists attended this full-day, red-carpet event to witness color, cutting and styling from three of the world’s most respected and admired artists. Seminara, Murphy and Wilson each took the stage for two hours. Each vendor hosted exclusive hands-on, educational workshops the following day.

“We are honored to have hosted three of the world’s most talented artists under one roof and hope to have inspired our salon professionals to new heights of inspiration and creativity with the show of the century!” says Sydney Berry, owner & president of Salon Services. “In our continued quest to encourage personal mastery, we felt it was necessary to bring top talent to the Pacific Northwest and provide our clients with this once in a lifetime opportunity.”

George Learned, owner & vice president of Salon Services, says, “In our continued quest to encourage personal mastery, we felt it was necessary to bring top talent to the Pacific Northwest and provide our clients with this once in a lifetime opportunity."

Here's what some of the attendees had to say:

Honestly, the best show I have ever been to in my 20 plus career. Seeing three masters in one day, my head is still reeling.” -- Emmett Henley, Owner of Vasuda Salon

“Thank you for a wonderful event with amazing talent and passion. Sydney and George truly inspire us all with their incredible commitment to the industry, salon owners and stylists!” -- Mark Brado, Owner of Jaazz Salons & Skincare Center

“Amazing. I am humbled.” -- Mari Dwyer, stylist and educator, The Collage Salon

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