Twenty Years of Visionary Accomplishments attributed to largest permanent cosmetics organization, SPCP
Des Plaines, IL (PRWEB) February 8, 2010
SPCP Convention 2010 will mark the twenty year anniversary of the largest professional organization within permanent cosmetics and cosmetic tattooing. As always since the beginning, the future of permanent cosmetics is the focus of the Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals.
The SPCP is excited to return to the beautifully renovated Flamingo Las Vegas this year, located within the famous Las Vegas 'hot spots' of shopping, dining, and entertainment.
This year's lineup of respected speakers and topics include Hector Guiza, whose workshop on how to use Power Point for brilliant business enhancement is the result of much demand and wanting more after his debut in Philly at Conference last September. This workshop is limited in size so sign up early and bring your laptop! Each person will actually build their own Power Point presentation from start to finish.
The Vendor Booths will open early again this year to provide fantastic shopping opportunities for the early birds who want the best deals. So be sure to 'hit the vendor room' on Friday night for early shopping as well as the now famous Silent Auction.
The convention is preceded by the two day Train the Trainer Course and Bloodborne Pathogens Class. This class, offered by the SPCP on bloodborne pathogens is singularly a most important class as it is presented specifically to the permanent cosmetic profession.
Saturday afternoon will be abuzz with SPCP Vendors presenting their products and services. In a profession which advances as quickly as permanent makeup, no professional will want to miss what's new and who's who.
Saturday evening will be spent as a family reunion, bringing together some of the original 'old hands' from back-in-the-day with the new blood who will take our profession into the future. Some retirees will be back to celebrate this very proud twenty year anniversary and will be the social event of the decade for sure!
A very special lineup of speakers has been chosen for this momentous event and will be conducting informative lectures Sunday and Monday. Some highlights of this year's presentations include:
~the always popular Susan Preston on how to protect your business from today's overly litigious problems. Her speech is called "Stiletto Heels and Aging Attorneys; Sample Claims and How to Minimize Problems". Ms. Preston is well known for her interjection of humor and is always a welcome return speaker.
~Edward Zimmerman, MD will present updates on current in-office, cosmetic technologies including laser liposuction, fractional laser resurfacing, and bundling technologies for optimal outcomes. He provides a bit of basic science and a review of rational use of the electromagnetic spectrum. Dr. Zimmerman discusses how permanent cosmetics may affect, or be affected by these procedures. Other topics address issues that permanent cosmetic professionals may face, such as Vitiligo.
~Lana Duke will speak on "The Colors of Our Personalities" and will provide tools for a better understanding of color 'personality' to ensure pleasing results.
~An SPCP First - “Pigment Panel,” hosted by Debra Guastella, CPCP, color experts Elizabeth Finch-Howell, CPCP, Mary Jane Haake, CPCP, Alexis Lawson, Pat Shibley-Gauthier, CPCP, and Darlene Story - discuss subject matters that are important to our understanding of pigments as well as answer your important questions. This is an intense two hour session and is sure to be a landmark presentation.
~Jane Adler, CPCP will present her vast knowledge of the manual method. Machine users as well always find great information in Jane's presentations. With her many years of experience, she is a valuable asset to operators of all modalities. (video presentation)
~Val Glover Hovan from Australia referred to as the "Grande Dame" of single needle work will awe the audience with her video of a single needle full lip procedure.
~Kate Ciampi, CPCP will share tips and techniques on utilizing free media to increase business in a presentation called “Tweeting by Day, Wall Writing by Night – The Impact of Social Media.” This will be sure to turn us all into permanent cosmetic bloggers!
There is still time to register for this exciting permanent cosmetic convention and trade show and with so much at stake in an unstable economical environment there is no better time to invest in yourself and your career. To all Permanent Makeup, Permanent Cosmetics, Micropigmentation and Cosmetic Tattoo professionals: please join us for the best event of spring-summer 2010!