First Convo Q Signature Something to Talk About Workshop set for this weekend

The First Convo Q Signature Something to Talk About Workshop will be held on Sunday, July 15 through Tuesday, July 17 beginning 10:00 a.m. at the Grand Lucayan Resort.

Valyn Quetel Deveaux, Convo Q Signature Founder partnered with Immerse Global Founder, Ginger Moxey to organize the three-day workshop, which will feature internationally renowned licensed nail tech artists and instructors that include but not limited to Tashina ‘Poochie’ Green of Poochiez Pawz Nail Salon, Atlanta, Georgia and Duyen ‘Helen’ Nguyen of Shangri La Nails YEG, Edmonton, Canada.

Nearly 200 nail techs from throughout Grand Bahama and The Bahamas, at large, are expected to participate in the Something to Talk About Workshop and receive industry advice from a cadre of professionals, revealed Deveaux.

“The upcoming workshop was birthed out of a pure desire to broaden the minds and highlight the opportunities for beginners and advanced nail technicians throughout the industry.

“The core objective is to provide cutting edge nail application techniques as well as enhance business, professional and financial literacy,” explained Deveaux.

“Over the course of the workshop participants will be immersed in all things nails, from nail care, acrylic, quality products and equipment, time management, booking appointments and finances.

“Workshop presenters include accountant Caline Newton, Annie Bartlett of Harmony Nail Studio, who is an Akzentz educator, Tasha Miller of Elite Nails Studio and out of Nassau, New Providence, Lautoya Messam of Posh Beauty Studio, Charlene ‘Kizzy’ Woods and Shalyn Russell of Chic Hair & Nails Design Center, Gardina Thomas of Pampering Nails Studio and veteran nail tech Tyrone Higgs just to name a few.

“The future of the nail tech industry is bright and Convo Q Signature understands that it is imperative that those entering the industry as well as veterans must continuously evolve and be prepared to make the necessary investments to ensure our growth and development.”

Grateful for the overwhelming support received thus far and looking forward to an empowering three-day workshop, Deveaux thanked all presenters and participants in advance for registering to be a part of the upcoming event.

Encouraging those interested in learning more about Convo Q Signature Something to Talk About Workshop and other upcoming events, Deveaux invites all to visit for more information.

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