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Club Intrigue's In the Club Goes Bilingual

Stacey Soble | February 25, 2016 | 6:12 PM
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The energy was high as attendees flooded into Atlanta’s hot Havana Night Club for the first, highly anticipated Club Intrigue of the New Year.

Club Intrigue is a shared education event, focusing on local communities coming together face-to-face and without barriers to build relationships, collaborate, have fun and most importantly, see the value of education. Club Intrigue: In the Club was the kickoff event of 2016 and was the first time guests who tuned into the Livestream event could access it in  English and Spanish

Guests mingled together and participated in pre-event attractions including a prize raffle, the opportunity to purchase Continuing Education Credits for Georgia stylists and of course, available beverages.  The night opened up with a spicy salsa dance performance where guests joined in to loosen up and get the party started! All the fun and excitement set the perfect tone for the Club Intrigue guest artists to take the stage.

National Goldwell Artist Nick Pagano shared an array of industry techniques including color enhancement, hair cutting and editorial styling he has practiced through years of New York Fashion Week, ad campaigns and celebrity events. Simultaneously, Simon Miller, national artistic team member for the global haircare brand KMS California, presented top cutting, styling and presentation skills he has acquired through his years working for top salons across the nation. It was a great opening event. For it's next event, Club Intrigue goes on the road to Washington D.C. where it will be hosted by Progressions Salon Spa Store, owned by Cindy Feldman

To become part of the Club Intrigue community, check their schedule of events or get tickets, visit

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