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Being greeted by a six-foot-something model with an amazing afro is a great way to start off your day at a hair show.  Stylists from around Texas gathered in Houston to spend their Monday learning about Mizani's new line, True Textures.  The day was spent discussing trends, learning new techniques, and strengthening salon business strategies.  Guests were welcomed to the J.W. Marriott hotel on Monday, May 24.

Mizani technical educator and salon owner out of Memphis, Tenn., Geno Evans, opened the forum with information about the day's activities and what each stylist had in store.  Next up, Director of Education Veronique Morrison welcomed the stylists and helped everyone find the classes that they would be visiting throughout the day.  Soon, the gorgeous and diverse models were being ushered down the runway with varying shapes and textures among them, and the room was buzzing with excitement and amazement over the natural hair designs.  Only two models had relaxed or pressed hair, which is a testament to the Mizani hair care brand.  True Textures is Mizani's newest line of natural hair products, showcasing the natural beauty of hair and embracing multi-textured individuals.  The focus of the forum was definitely on embracing texture as a stylist and how it can affect your business.

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One of the three classes was a business-building seminar for stylists wishing to gain more exposure within the beauty business. It was implemented by motivational speaker and celebrity stylist agent, Crystal Wright.  During the hour and a half class, the stylists gained knowledge on building their portfolio, presenting themselves with poise, and how to maintain current in this ever-changing business.  Wright loaded the class with tips and tricks that stylists anywhere could learn from.  The latest edition of her book, Hair Makeup & Fashion Styling Career Guide, has been a smashing success in the beauty industry, giving stylists the tools and resources to achieve their career goals.  Wright brought along her assistant and beauty-industry guru, Remmy Vasquez, to demonstrate appropriate portfolio techniques.

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The other two classes offered were "Clip That Curl", taught by Evie Johnson and Darico Jackson.  The class offered hands-on experience for each student to implement The Pequot method of hair-cutting, Mizani's most popular of their "Trend" looks.  Stylists were also given presentations by Bizlink and Integrity Solutions to support the growing demand for an electronically compatible salon in today's market.

True Textures by Mizani has come back into the multi-textured hair market and is making waves.

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