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High-impact hair show/workshop this weekend

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - A cross between a Las Vegas magic act and a rock-n-roll show with a hint of fashion all-in-one - that's what's in store for this weekend's hair show and hands-on workshop. The program will be conducted by Z-One Concept's creative education director, David Gulino, who tells KUAM News he hopes to educate the hairdressers on Guam on his product and how they can grow professional and personally in the hair industry on island.

"A hair show is a live demonstration of coloring and cutting techniques," Gulino explained. "Kind of a look and learn where people sit in the audience, I get up on stage and I show them some of the latest and greatest techniques that are available in the fashion industry and the hair and beauty industry."

Gulino has been in the industry for 25 years and has had work featured in hair publications and fashion shows across the United States. The hair show takes place from 6-10pm on Sunday at the Hilton Hotel with tickets going for $55 each inclusive of a buffet dinner. A workshop for licensed cosmetologists will commence the following day from 10am to 3pm with a fee of $149 inclusive of a lunch and a mannequin head.

For more information on the event and tickets contact Jua Beauty Distributors at 649-1594/95.

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