by | Sep 18, 2019

This year Olympia Beauty comes to London on 29–30 September. We are working closely with our patron Treatwell to bring you the brand-new Treatwell x British Beauty Council stage. The stage will offer two days of live demonstrations and engaging panel talks on all areas of the professional beauty industry.

When you arrive at Olympia you will also experience more than 500 exhibiting beauty brands and indulge in additional education opportunities through the Education Club Sessions.

Explore the latest launches, inspiring product ranges and services that could develop your offering and your beauty businesses profits for the coming year!

The floor plan is now live and can be viewed on the Olympia Beauty website.


The Treatwell & British Beauty Council stage schedule


Sunday 29 September

11.00am: How To Become A Charity with Stewart Roberts of Haircuts 4 Homeless, interviewed by Anna Marie Solowij

11.30am: Treatwell break

12.00pm: Make up Demonstrations & Wellbeing talk with Lee Pycroft

12.30pm: Treatwell break

1.00pm: Sustainability and the beauty industryPanel with Annee De Mamiel, Laure Bouguen of HO Karan and Clare Hopkins of Balance Me, interviewed by Anna Marie Solowij

1.30pm: Treatwell break

2.00pm: Facials Best Practice with Dija Ayodele, Caroline Hirons, interviewed by Millie Kendall MBE

2.30pm: Treatwell break

3.00pm: Nail Innovation with Marie Vanderstichel of Remove+Chill, Samuel Sweet of Sweet Squared, Jenny Longworth, Marian Newman, interviewed by Helena Biggs

3.30pm: Treatwell break

4.00pm: How To Create Content with Hayley Hall, Jen Thorne, Hollie Heffernan




Monday 30 September

11:00am: Keeping Clients Safe with David Sines of JCCP, Lesley Blair of Babtac and Caroline Larissey of National Beauty Federation, interviewed by Millie Kendall MBE

11.30am: Treatwell break

12.00pm: The Beauty of Tech with Laura Howard of Treatwell and Mary Wallace of IBM, interviewed by Google

12.45pm: Treatwell break

2.00pm: Henna Tattoo Demonstration with Pavan Dhanjal

2.30pm: Treatwell break

3.00pm: Creating Your Own Brand with Nicola Elliot of NEOM, Sam Farmer, Shavata interviewed by Joanna Christie


Book your tickets for Olympia Beauty 2019.


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