Celebrities ‘Crash’ Cosmetology School Training Event

 

Celebrities and a surprise guest showed up at a famous beauty school’s instructional conference last month.

Paul Mitchell Schools hosted its annual Caper conference in February at Caesars palace and boasted a star-studded line up of celebrities thanks to the beauty schools rich reputation for charity fundraising.

The event is held each year for students of the beauty school for three days of education and inspiration. Among the guests this year were Marie Osmond, Magic Johnson, and Robin Leach, as well as a surprise appearance by celebrity stylist Tabatha Coffey.

Each of the guests had a reason to be thankful for Paul Mitchell schools, which has raised money for charitable organizations like the Magic Johnson Foundation and Children’s Miracle Hospitals. Robin Leach was recently named mayor of Las Vegas, making an appearance as ambassador for the city. Coffey was uncharacteristically compassionate according to reports by those in attendance, saying that beauty school students should not let fear scare them away from their dreams.

This was a head-spinning first day for the beauty school’s conference and it was back to the books for the remaining time the students were in Las Vegas. Special tracks for each type of student at one of Paul Mitchell’s beauty schools were set up; guiding students through training that was most relevant to their fields of study.

For cosmetology students, the conference event includes classroom instruction and presentation about hair cutting, coloring, and styling as well as fashion pointers. For esthetician students, the track features cosmetics and skin care technique.

Paul Mitchell Schools is one of the most prolific beauty schools in the United States and, second to its instructional curriculum, widely known as one of the most charitable. Students at the 100+ beauty schools in the nation are encouraged to participate in several charity fundraisers each year that bring millions to the table for worthwhile causes.

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Celebrities and a surprise guest showed up at a famous beauty school’s instructional conference last month.

Paul Mitchell Schools hosted its annual Caper conference in February at Caesars palace and boasted a star-studded line up of celebrities thanks to the beauty schools rich reputation for charity fundraising.

The event is held each year for students of the beauty school for three days of education and inspiration. Among the guests this year were Marie Osmond, Magic Johnson, and Robin Leach, as well as a surprise appearance by celebrity stylist Tabatha Coffey.

Each of the guests had a reason to be thankful for Paul Mitchell schools, which has raised money for charitable organizations like the Magic Johnson Foundation and Children’s Miracle Hospitals. Robin Leach was recently named mayor of Las Vegas, making an appearance as ambassador for the city. Coffey was uncharacteristically compassionate according to reports by those in attendance, saying that beauty school students should not let fear scare them away from their dreams.

This was a head-spinning first day for the beauty school’s conference and it was back to the books for the remaining time the students were in Las Vegas. Special tracks for each type of student at one of Paul Mitchell’s beauty schools were set up; guiding students through training that was most relevant to their fields of study.

For cosmetology students, the conference event includes classroom instruction and presentation about hair cutting, coloring, and styling as well as fashion pointers. For esthetician students, the track features cosmetics and skin care technique.

Paul Mitchell Schools is one of the most prolific beauty schools in the United States and, second to its instructional curriculum, widely known as one of the most charitable. Students at the 100+ beauty schools in the nation are encouraged to participate in several charity fundraisers each year that bring millions to the table for worthwhile causes.

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