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Takara Belmont USA to Host Second Annual ‘The Mixer NYC’ Event

by MODERN Staff | March 5, 2019

Featuring top talent in the beauty and barber industry, Takara Belmont will host its second annual The Mixer NYC event. It will boast headliners Julius Caesar, Matty Conrad, Julian Adler, Carlos Estrella and Mari de Monte.

Connect with the industry’s elite on March 11th at 6:45 P.M. at 17 West 56th Street, Manhattan, NY 10019. 

“It was incredible to see so much talent showcased in a variety of contexts at last year’s Mixer event” saysTakara Belmont’s National Sales Manager Steve Hughes. “We’re excited to bring this event back, not only to give our men’s grooming community access to such skilled barbers, but also to connect in a relaxed setting.”

In addition to mixing with top talent, guests will take home a next level upgrade kit, enjoy food and drinks with admission, and experience a few live showcases throughout the evening. Each attendee will have an opportunity to take away product from Takara Belmont, Victory Barber & Brand, Mizutani Scissors and BaBylissPRO.

The Mixer NYC tickets are available for purchase at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-the-mixer-nyc-tickets-56516857442. Contact Jillian Dreicer at jdreicer@takarabelmont.com for additional information. Visit www.takarabelmont.com for more details on all our product offerings.

Originally posted on Modern Salon

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