Greg Zorian at The International Beauty Show with The Andis Company

IMG_3598I just returned from the International Beauty Show working as a platform artist for The Andis Company. It was an honor to be chosen to represent such a great company with the highest quality of  educators and hair cutting tools. I had the opportunity to spend three days with three incredible Andis educators: Jessica Zeinstra, Kenny Duncan, and Danny Ammorium. We had a blast on stage cutting hair and demonstrating the latest in clipper technology.

I also had the opportunity to talk to many students who have taken my barbering seminars in my home town of Albany, New York as well as barber and cosmetology schools throughout the Northeast and New England. I also had the chance to meet many longtime members of my website as well as numerous subscribers to my YouTube channel. It was an honor to be surrounded by such positive energy and a huge group of people that share an incredible passion for what we do for a living.

Greg Zorian at The International Beauty Show with The Andis Company:

Clipper Cutting Education With Andis At IBS New York

Andis ClipperWe’re very excited to announce that Greg Zorian has been invited by Andis Clipper Company to be a platform artist for the upcoming International Beauty Show at the Javits Convention Center in New York City March 9th-11th.

Greg will be demonstrating many types of clipper cutting techniques with Andis clippers along with three other incredibly talented Andis educators Kenny Duncan, Danny Amorium, and Jessica Zeinstra.

We’re excited to be a part of this year’s event and can’t wait to see you there! Make sure to stop by booth #1801 and say hello!

Aileen Nunez - International Manager of Education and Style - Andis
Aileen Nunez – International Manager of Education and Style – Andis Company

We would also like to congratulate Aileen Nunez on her new position as the International Manager of Education and Style for Andis: “I have the honor to manage a talented group of educators that represent the Andis brand. One of my main responsibilities is to ensure that the Andis brand name is preserved and consistently delivered. I am very excited about the upcoming IBS NYC show because I am able to meet the most creative people in the industry at these events. Through it all, I enjoy networking and building strong relationships with others in the industry. I am all about collaborating ideas with others so we can empower one another. We all work in different parts of the industry but we are all cut from the same quilt.” says Nunez

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn clipper cutting from some of the most talented barbers in the industry! We look forward to meeting many of you in person. Please stop by booth #1801 to check out all Andis has to offer to improve your career.

If you are interested in being a haircut model please e-mail edu@howtocuthair.tv with a current headshot so we can determine if you are a candidate for the haircuts Andis is looking to demonstrate. There are only a few spaces left so please respond as soon as possible if you would like to participate.

“I am looking forward to seeing many of the school owners, barber and cosmetology instructors, industry professionals, and students I have had the honor of working with throughout my career.” – Greg Zorian – Third Generation Master Barber

Clipper Cutting Education With Andis Clippers

I recently spent some time giving clipper cutting education with Andis clippers at thier booth at ISSE in Long Beach. I had a great time and would like to thank Harry Szczukowski who is the national sales manager for Andis clipper company for inviting me to do a couple of haircuts on the stage. I had the opportunity to cut Harry’s hair and the hair of Modern Salon’s publishing director Steve Reiss.

The all new Andis “Maven” adjustable clipper made it’s debut at the show and I got a chance to take it for a test drive. It is an awesome clipper with a very colorful and attractive design. It also has a ton of power with over 7,200 strokes per minute. I will definately be taking it back to the barbershop to give it a work out.