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For a sneak peek at Convention 2000, click here!

Another convention behind us. Everyone should have gone home filled to the brim with information. Member, Wendy LeBleu made the comment, "If You Think Education is expensive, Try Ignorance!". This comment sums up how permanent cosmetics technicians should feel about continuing education.  We had a wonderful convention in an elegant setting.

 

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"The Beginner Workshop" with Karen Holvey and Margie Grimm   helped to get the convention off to a great learning start along with the "Advanced Technician Workshop" with Sue Church, Ellie Richardson, and Dale Orman.  We are grateful for the great advice given by these leaders in our industry. "Tips and Tricks of Machines and Devices" with Martine Petit, Karen Holvey, Alexas Lawson and Pati Pavlik gave us great information about our tools and perhaps some investigative ideas to expand our practices with more tools. Beauty Blunders with Mary Jane Haake helps keep us on the right track by avoiding some blinding blunders that can be made if we are not very careful.  "Camouflage: Topical vs. Permanent" with Elizabeth Finch was refreshing us with ideas into expanding to the exciting field of camouflage makeup.  "Marketing Ideas for the 2lst Century" with Rose Marie Beauchemin, Sam Butcher and Lillian Lang was especially useful in helping us to know how to get the word about permanent cosmetics out to potential clients. "Changing Lives,   Permanently" with Maritine Petit encouraged us to work harder while inspiring us into loving what we do and loving the most important part, our clients.    "Ask the Experts" with Mary Jane Haake, Judy Culp, and Whitney Tope, M.D. where we were able to ask questions that we have needed the answers to was a wonderful climax to a most rewarding convention. 

Our convention "2000" will be in NEW ORLEANS.  The French Quarter begins in the lobby of the Hotel Monteleone March 19, 20 and 21.     Plan now for great education and exciting vacation opportunities.  Save your pennies and get ready for another grand convention...

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