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Cosmoprof North America Attracts a Winning Mix

November 17, 2008

More than 25,000 attendees gathered in Las Vegas this summer to attend Cosmoprof North America. The three-day business-to-business beauty event, now in its sixth year, was held July 13-15 at the sprawling Mandalay Bay Convention Center. While spa products dominated the expansive, sold-out show floor, 740 exhibitors represented all sectors of the beauty industry, including cosmetics, packaging, wellness, spa, hair care, skin care, nail care and product development. As in past years, Cosmoprof North America attracted many new and innovative brands in addition to industry leaders such as Conair, Creative Nail Design, Rusk, TIGI, Essie, L’Oréal Technique, Nioxin, Orly, OPI Nail and Alberto Culver.
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