Five things not to miss at Professional Beauty London

PB London 2016 is only a few days away and with more than 800 brands launching new innovations, it promises to be the best chance to spot trends and boost your buisness.

Here are five things you shouldn't miss at the show.

1. Meet and greets with spa figures
Spa managers, owners and directors should head over to The Spa Revival Zone for discussions with key architects, consultants and professionals involved in the development and running of a spa. Confirmed experts include Justin O’Brien of Calderpeel FGP and Architects and Dalesauna’s Gerard McCarthy. Full list of speakers here.

2. Exclusive look at products from across the pond
There will be a host of International Pavilions at the show, including China, Turkey and France, showcasing the most innovative brands and products from overseas. Be the first to see them – full information here

3. Swot up on organics
The Organic & Natural live stage will have talks from leading brands and figures in the organic market, covering topics from how to turn your organic formulation hobby into a business and the best, natural choices for anti-ageing. Key speakers include Janey Lee Grace, founder of, and Lorraine Dallmeier, director of Formula Botanica. Full list of talks here.

4. Get VIP access and goodies
Add a little luxury to your show experience by investing in PB Luxe Membership. For just £9.95, you can enjoy a range of extras including exclusive access to the show at 9:30am – 30 minutes before it opens, access to the executive lounge –which includes free refreshments, and a free event guide. Buy it now.

5. Insight into the hair industry
This year will see the launch of a professional hairdressing show within PB London – Salon London. This hall will be packed with leading exhibitors from the hair industry, and three live stages featuring catwalks, demonstrations and trend talks from speakers including Richard Ward, Darren Ambrose and Jamie Stevens.

Professional Beauty 2016 is taking place at ExCel London from 10am–6pm on Sunday, February 28, and from 10am–5pm on Monday, February 29. For more information on all the brands, seminars and live stages taking place click here