Asked by hernamewasveronica
I have to say I’m not really sure. All I can think of is that it’s specifying it’s Blond and Natural, but that doesn’t make sense since 7 is getting into the blonds by definition. It’s not a code that Aveda color uses so I don’t recognize it.
Any followers know?
Asked by golightlyren
I went in to tour the school on I think July 3rd, and they offered me classes that started at the end of the month! My institute starts a new class every 5 weeks, so there’s basically always an opening.
Asked by ammieee
I have no personal experience with technical schools. BUT. I have heard and seen a few things:
- I have a friend who went to a career center for cosmetology during high school - she is now employed but is seriously struggling to find clients.
- A student at my Aveda was friends with someone who graduated and was hired instantly by a Sport Clips (or someplace similar) because she was able to do things the other stylists (ones from tech school) had barely ever heard of.
- Biased info provided directly from my Aveda: they tell me that going through the program is like getting two years of salon experience, and that they place 97% of graduating students in jobs.
Basically, I’m sure that you could get there either way - but I’m thinking it might be faster/easier with Aveda. Obviously a technical school would be cheaper, though, so it’s really all about where you’re at in life right now. Good luck!
Asked by sarahxsmile-deactivated20130805
Make flash cards to remember the terms.
Being on time is a really big deal.
Razors and marcels are the worst thing ever at first, but it gets better.
Asked by lpruitt
Asked by kalteen-bar
Classes definitely begin and end like clockwork, since the program is based on the amount of hours you’re there. When you’re on the floor there is always the possibility that you’ll get a pain the butt client who makes you redo things a dozen times and obviously you can’t clock out till they leave. But I wouldn’t worry about it.