tennessee institute of cosmetology???

tennessee institute of cosmetology???

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gymnastgirl

Morristown, TN

#1 Jul 29, 2009
has anyone tried this place out? i know they're students and i was curious if they are any good?
IN THE KNOW

Morristown, TN

#2 Jul 30, 2009
Been going there since they opened, yes they are good well supervised, great work.Paula is a very seet and polite person. TRY THEM OUT
IN THE KNOW

Morristown, TN

#3 Jul 30, 2009
THE LAST POST SHOULD READ PAULS IS A VERY SWEET PERSON.
Curious

United States

#4 Jul 31, 2009
Where is it located?
princess p

Nashville, TN

#5 Jul 31, 2009
The pedicures are great, but I can not much for the manicures.

Since: Aug 09

Morristown, TN

#6 Aug 2, 2009
Is this place in Morristown?
susan-moyers

Morristown, TN

#7 Aug 2, 2009
yes. it's located in morristown where all stars pizza used to be
Customer

New Market, TN

#8 Aug 2, 2009
i was getting my hair done the all the time. But a little over a year ago, I went in for foil highlights. A senior student worked on my hair with Paula close by. She initially tried to talk me into letting her pull my hair through a cap, but I'm too tender-headed, so I declined. She was two months from graduation. Very nice and personable. But she apparently had never done foiling! I left out of there looking like Stripe from Gremlins. Now, I'm very wary about going there to have my hair done. Before that, I had perms and cuts. Everything was great! Just be careful and know that it IS a student working on your hair. You sign a release to allow them to work on you. So, if they mess up, you can't do anything about it. But it only happened to me one time and I've been going since they opened.
jessiej23

Morristown, TN

#9 Aug 4, 2009
well, that's just part of it. i go there too and have never had an experience like that. everytime they color my hair it looks great. its way better to pay $20 for color then $45 at the salon is used to go to. i guess it's a matter of opinion, but i would suggest everyone at least give it a shot!!!
Kim

Morristown, TN

#10 Aug 4, 2009
I went their 4 years ago with hair below my waist and I had never had any color put on it. I have super healthy hair as I take very good care of it. I wanted a change so decided to get it cut, colored (had been blonde since birth) and highlighted. It was so long that when they cut it I had enough to donate to Locks of Love....twice. Each student wanted to take a turn cutting on my hair it was so long. Anyway, I left with hair right below my shoulder, medium brown with blonde highlights and I LOVED it. They did such an awesome job. Of course, it took almost 6 hours which I didn't like but was very happy with the result. I went back a couple of times after that and was very pleased. Their is always the chance of getting s student who will mess up your hair but that's a chance you have to take. I'd go back again for sure.
valor

United States

#11 Aug 17, 2009
if u go to that place for a school think twice, maybe 4 or 5 times. looks pretty but thats about it. too expensive for what u really get. the internet would teach you more. the students jus wanted sumwhere a lil nicer than hamblen school of beauty. but a school should b just that, a school. not a beauty parlor. regis is in the mall! when u put much into sumthing and get nothing in return. u need to ask yourself is this place really worth it. short petite women can put off a good sweet front no matter how fake they are.
CUSTOMER

Morristown, TN

#12 Aug 27, 2009
JUST TO MAKE ONE THING CLEAR. THAT IS A SCHOOL!! YOU DO HAVE STUDENTS WORKING ON YOU AND PERFORMING THE SERVICES YOU CHOOSE. REGIS IN THE MALL IS A A LICENSED BUSINESS AND EVERYONE THERE HAS A COSMETOLOGIST LICENSE. YOU NEED TO PAY ATTENTION AND OPEN YOUR EYES!!! THEY DO HAVE SIGNS..... HOW DUMB CAN YOU BE?? AND OBVIOUSLY YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN TO A SALON, OTHERWISE YOU WOULD KNOW THAT THE SALON PRICES ARE ABOUT 2 TO 3 TIMES MORE EXPENSIVE THAN A SCHOOL. WOW!!! YOU PEOPLE ARE HILARIOUS!!!
confused

Morristown, TN

#13 Aug 27, 2009
were you a student there valor????? why would you dis it so bad. did they kick you out or something?
what

Morristown, TN

#14 Aug 27, 2009
valor wrote:
if u go to that place for a school think twice, maybe 4 or 5 times. looks pretty but thats about it. too expensive for what u really get. the internet would teach you more. the students jus wanted sumwhere a lil nicer than hamblen school of beauty. but a school should b just that, a school. not a beauty parlor. regis is in the mall! when u put much into sumthing and get nothing in return. u need to ask yourself is this place really worth it. short petite women can put off a good sweet front no matter how fake they are.
sumwhere, sumthing. sounds like you need to go back to grammer school.
My3Sons

Morristown, TN

#15 Aug 27, 2009
Don't get your brows waxed by a student. I came in with pretty brows and left with the left brown HALF WAY GONE ! Seriously had to pencil it in for 2 months :(
former student

Utica, KY

#16 Mar 25, 2010
Its a hands on learning experience, When you come into a school, you should know that its students working on you, Most mistakes can be corrected, an hair does grow back! you shouldnt get on here an put down the students, they are trying their best an discouragement does not help!!! Keep in mind every student must do their FIRST color, cut , or perm on a client at some point, you take the risk of being that client! you dont do one hair cut or set of foils an become really good at it the first time,((Mistakes do happen every once in a while, but it is good for the student to learn what they did wrong an most of all how to fix the problem)) Paula will not put a student on the floor or give them appointments they are not ready to do! an she does a really good job keeping her customers happy,In my opinion sometimes she is a little too nice! As for the education you recieve, you get out of it what you put in it, you have to wanna learn, its a hands on experience, but yes i do think it does have room to improve, considering the school has only been open for 4 yrs ... over all im happy w/ it! Its hard to get experience an learn if you dont have any clients to work on. so i would encourage everyone to try it out, an get your own opinion of the school, but keep in mind at the same time it is STUDENTS working on you! Thank you to all the people who do try it out, because once again .... if you have no one to practice on ..... how are you going to learn???
omg

Utica, KY

#17 Mar 25, 2010
My3Sons wrote:
Don't get your brows waxed by a student. I came in with pretty brows and left with the left brown HALF WAY GONE ! Seriously had to pencil it in for 2 months :(
you took the risk when you went to a school, so you shouldnt complain about it!!! it could have been the students first time waxing, you do not become a good waxer over night!!!! there are several good students, you shouldnt judge all of the students ability / an skills based on one students lack of skills!!! also if your brows was pretty to start with ... why was u getting them waxed???
Johnnybelately

United States

#18 Mar 25, 2010
what wrote:
<quoted text>sumwhere, sumthing. sounds like you need to go back to grammer school.
"grammer school?" it appears you need some spelling lessons. The correct spelling is grammar.
transferred

United States

#19 Aug 9, 2010
I know first hand that as a student we never got our theory time like we should have, when we did have class time it seemed that we were always pulled out to do a haircut, color, perm ect. and that wasn't fair to any of us. It was not just one student it was several and it happened all the time. When we approached our Instructor about it she did try her best to keep us in class and I want to say that I'm very thankful to her for that. I know that she did her very best and always wanted us to succeed no matter what. I do agree that it is very important to have the hands on experience, but you still have to know where to begin and that starts with the books.....I don't regret leaving tic because when I did I was able to get the education that I paid for, without worrying about Paula or anyone else pulling me out of class.
sara

Morristown, TN

#20 Aug 11, 2010
they used to be pretty good and maybe its the economy but seems everything they do now is cheap.

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