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This is a family event so kids and other invited guests are welcome. Registration available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-nyscc-ski-trip-tickets-54360228908 Car pooling is recommended: persons seeking ride sharing opportunities please contact Amy Marshall(email@example.com, mob: 908 391 6294) Questions?
This is a family event so kids and other invited guests are welcome.
Registration available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-nyscc-ski-trip-tickets-54360228908
Car pooling is recommended: persons seeking ride sharing opportunities please contact Amy Marshall(firstname.lastname@example.org, mob: 908 391 6294)
Questions? Please contact: Amy Marshall(email@example.com, mob: 908 391 6294)
Pricing (SCC members and non-members):
- Adult lift ticket (2 day lift) $109
- Ski rental (2 days) $70
- Snow Board Rental (2 days) $70
- Beginners lesson Pack: 90 Min/per day $31
- All America Buffet Dinner $35 (at Holiday Inn)
Holiday Inn Resort
Special rate for NYSCC SKI TRIP
Jan 31st : $119/night plus tax
Feb 1st: $149.00/night plus tax
Please book latest by Jan 20th
Dinner / Speaker (5:00-10:00 pm)
Cocktail Hour: 5:00 PM
Speaker: 6:00 pm
Gore Mountain Ski Resort793 Peaceful Valley Rd, North Creek, NY 12853
January 31 (Thursday) 8:00 am - February 2 (Saturday) 5:00 pm EST
Gore Mountain Ski Resort
793 Peaceful Valley Rd, North Creek, NY 12853
4:00 – 4:30 pm Ingredient Chemistry with Sensory Attributes to Assist Product Design (a Hands-on Sensory Exercise) T'prene Clemons and Ray Rigoletto Formulation
4:00 – 4:30 pm
Ingredient Chemistry with Sensory Attributes to Assist Product Design (a Hands-on Sensory Exercise)
T’prene Clemons and Ray Rigoletto
Formulation chemists are challenged today to produce differentiated products that stand out in performance and aesthetic appeal. One aspect of this is the texture of the product. Therefore, the development process requires an arsenal of tools that can be used to produce various sensory as well as performance attributes. In this study, the choice of various components in styling formulations are based on considering the structure-property relation of the ingredient. Examples through demonstrations will consist of relating ingredient feel properties based on various intrinsic chemical factors such as molecular weight, nature of functional groups and backbone chemistries. Practical demonstrations consist of assessing different polymer solutions of fixative and thickening polymers and various esters and emollients. This is then used to relate the contributions they make in the construction of a palette of different styling products. The prototypes are designed with various combination of components and technologies to achieve a desired effect. This hands-on exercise will provide more assurance for the formulation chemist in meeting the consumer demand for more sophisticated and multifunctional products.
Textured Hair Journey, A Success Story of a Platform Artist, Brand Owner, Consultant
Through years of experience as a Celebrity Stylist, Diane DaCosta authored, created Salon Brands, and became a Beauty Consultant. Textured hair is a very important term in our industry that has various meanings. Texture, when referring to hair type and quality, is what you can feel and see. To the touch: it is the softness, smoothness, or coarseness of the hair. Visually: it is the curl pattern and intensity of the curl.
Who has textured hair? Anyone who has a wavy or curly pattern in their hair has textured hair. That means over 60% of the global population has textured hair: which includes waves, curls, or coils, as well as Afro zig zag textures and every combination thereof.
No textured head of hair is the same, and some can have up to 4 combinations of curl patterns. Textured hair can be seen in any nationality and region of the globe. Not only are many of the styles for Textured hair different, but there are specific techniques and styling habits for creating styles for straight, wavy, and coily styles. There are even differences in the strength and fragility of hair types. These attributes require various formulating techniques and ingredients to create the appropriate products to support creating these styles.
60% of women use 4 or more haircare products each month that includes shampoo or no poo, Cleansing creams, Deep conditioners, as well as daily leave-in conditioners, styling creams and gels, and oil treatments. Most of all women want versatility to wear their hair healthy, whether in its natural state for a curl n go style, textured style, protective style, or smooth and silky style.
What are consumers looking for now? What’s next for Texture? Today we are going to debunk 5 myths about texture.
Registration and Cocktails/Interactive Session with Industry Colleagues
6:00 – 7:00 p.m
7:00 – 8:00 p.m
Where do I start? How do I know I’m Finished? Hair Care teams face this 24/7
Whether you are the Brand Owner, Formulator or the Project Leader, Product Development, Marketing Director, Procurement, Supply Chain, Microbiologist, or Advertising Designer, the Conundrum is still the same: Where do I start? How do I start? What do I start? How do I know if I finished? Just like a good story, you have beginnings, middles, and ends. But, as any good book, movie, or dinner goes, there are those twists of fate, multiple characters, plots that thicken, and all those red herrings that lead you astray, and then there’s the sequels followed by the prequels……
Working as a team augments closing the gap from point ‘a’ to ‘b’ and gets the product out the door to those consumers who need your product. It’s a concert of action that creates and moves a product from concept to performance at the consumer, whether you’re a 1-person company or a 15,000 R&D and Commercialization team.
Pricing (SCC members and non-members):
SCC members $35
Non-SCC members $70
(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Chart House
Lincoln Harbor Pier D-T
Do you know how many university level cosmetic science programs exist? Do you know what makes each of them unique, and the type of research they do? Do you even know what constitutes
Do you know how many university level cosmetic science
programs exist? Do you know what makes each of them unique,
and the type of research they do? Do you even know what
constitutes an education in cosmetic science?
Come to the March 13 NYSCC meeting to find out. Hear from
some of the leaders in cosmetic education and judge posters
highlighting the schools and their science.
12:00 -1:00 Lunch, student posters
1:00 – 1:40 “What is Cosmetic Education?” Steve Herman
1:40 – 2:20 “Cosmetic Science at the University of Cincinnati” Dr. Kavssery Ananthapadmanabhan
2:20 – 2:40 “Cosmetic Science at the University of Toledo” Dr. Gabriella Baki
2:40 – 3:20 “Personal Care Science at Rutgers University” Abbe Rosenthal
3:20 – 4:00 Poster presentations and awards Dr. Robert Fuller, Poster Committee Chair
• SCC members: $35/ $70 at door
• Non-SCC members: $70/ $100 at door
• Students: $10/ $50 at door
• Emeritus members: free/ $10 at door
(Wednesday) 11:30 am - 4:00 pm
38 Lackawanna Ave
The NYSCC is hosting its 3rd Awards Night and its first event in collaboration with the CEW for the Beauty Awards 2019. This year, the theme of Suppliers' Day is, “Evolution
The NYSCC is hosting its 3rd Awards Night and its first event in collaboration with the CEW for the Beauty Awards 2019. This year, the theme of Suppliers’ Day is, “Evolution of Beauty,” while the Awards Night theme celebrates the 40th anniversary of Suppliers’ Day.
Don’t miss out on an unforgettable evening as we partner up with the CEW to sponsor the 2019 CEW Beauty Awards. Mirroring the Academy Scientific and Technical Awards, a curated panel of judges from leading beauty and personal care brands will come together to select a finalist of the “Supplier’s Award: Ingredients and Formulation.” The winner will be announced in conjunction with Suppliers’ Day at the annual Awards Night on May 7th and will also be recognized at the CEW Beauty Awards luncheon on May 17th at the New York Hilton. Finalists will be announced on April 2, 2019.
Come join us at Stage 48, located in the heart of Hell’s Kitchen. This 4-level venue is a converted industrial space that incorporates New York’s old west side feel with modern amenities and state of the art sound and lighting. The venue features a grand ballroom with an extravagant mezzanine, a private lounge level with a performance space and a beautiful rooftop terrace with a gorgeous view of the Manhattan skyline.
This will be the event EVERYONE will be talking about.
- $85.00/ per person (Member/non member)
- $125.00/ per person (ON SITE Pricing)
- Smart Casual
- Totally 80’s
7 (Tuesday) 9:00 pm - 8 (Wednesday) 1:00 am
Stage 48 NYC