King Plow Arts Center, 887 West Marietta St NW, Atlanta, GA 30318, USA
887 West Marietta Street Northwest Atlanta GA
Beauty Salon, Hair Care, School, Health, Store
Tuesday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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Paul Mitchell The School Atlanta Georgia
Learn all the skills you need to become a cosmetologist, at Paul Mitchell The Atlanta Georgioa. Enroll today!
Kati Braswell said 2 years ago
I go to get my hair trimmed up here when I'm on a budget- there's always an instructor around to ensure the cut is done well. Never fear! I've always been satisfied.
Kelsi Allen said 2 years ago
I do not recommend this school to any one! I absolutely hate the way things were run. Some of the teachers were very disrespectful and unprofessional. I can say after attending school there that I was never so miserable at one place.
Carissa Strickland said 3 years ago
I was extremely disappointed with Paul Mitchell the School Atlanta. I reached out to the school in regards to a nonprofit fundraiser that my organization was hosting that consisted of a fashion show. Karla, who was the lead of the design team, contacted me and assured me that the students would volunteer for hair and makeup for the event. We remained in communication via phone, text, and email. The MORNING OF the event, I called Karla and she rudely told me that they were no longer going to volunteer for the event. She didn't give me an explanation and she lied and said that she wasn't able to reach me. She also stated that if I had a problem with it that I needed to contact the supervisors at the school and that was it. My participants were left with no hair or makeup for the fashion show and because of this, many of the models that were participating decided not to any more. I will NEVER say single positive word to anyone about Paul Mitchell the School. I am no longer a supporter. Prior to this, I'd even done an initial consultation to become a student there. However, if this is a reflection of how they treat people, I won't give them a single dime of my money. I'll go to an institution that keeps their word and upholds professionalism.
Benjamin Mahle said 2 years ago
i asked for a combover and they gave me dreads.terble
A Gainer said 3 years ago
I've been to PM a few times over the last 5 years. It's like tequila. Or a cheap buffet. Every time I go, I remember why I vowed to never go back! Painfully slow haircuts (literally 2 hours for a straight bob). Poor communication with the clients. (The students go 'confer' with their instructors in private over your hair color. Should be a 3 way convo.) A light and tentative application of color (another 2 hours) that came out looking NO DIFFERENT than when I walked in. The 2 hour cut is a fantastic cut. The color was a total waste of money. $60 for cut and color is not such a discount that it's worth your time and patience. THINK LONG AND HARD BEFORE YOU COMMIT.
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