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Beauty Schools in Denver, CO
1.United Beauty College
1907 W Mississippi Ave
This beauty school has become quite uncaring both in personal attributes by owners and the psyhical appearance of the school. Students do not have a full set of tools and are shared amongst one another. Manicure/pedicare tools are not kept in alcohol jars or any other disinfectant containers. Some tools are kept in plastic bags and/or cloth bags and are used on patrons. Very discussing. When combs are dropped onto the floor, they are simply picked up and thorwn into the same discussing dirty undisinfected draw it came out of. No one speaks English as they are all Vietnamese. It is a discussing dirty school. How does the state keep it open and how do these students get a license to practice cosmotolgy if they can't speak English. These owners are not in the business to help their own people advance, they like the money they get from the government that shells out grant money to these people. Thought you had to speak English in this country. So why do all the non speaking English people have businesses and are better off financially that most americans who are still livign in poverty?
2.Cuttin' Up Beauty Academy
8101 E Colfax Ave
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4704 harlan St Ste 100, Denver CO, 80212
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I had a very positive experience at a Heritage College branch. They offer flexible schedules which is great for the working student. Financial aid is also available if you qualify. Once you complete your program the Heritage staff is great at offering career placement assistance so you can find a job using your new skills. The staff I encountered was always professional and helpful. What I also love are the massages and other treatments that are performed by students. They are available at a much lower price than salons/spas which is great these days!
4.Academy Of Cosmetology Arts
940 Speer Blvd
This is an outstanding school to go to if you r are looking to get into teh exciting industry of Cosmetology. They offer Hairstylist, Cosmetology, Barbery (coming soon) and skin care. As I current student I am absolutely amazed at the abilties of instructor and owner Peggy , and Larry. Larry takes you through first phase with the patience, and demure, and trust me he had to have patience with me. He can teach you all of the old glamour hair that is now a lost art, including backcombing, teasing, roller setting,a nd curliing. His up do's are fantastic. Peggy is a color queen and quite the beach girl fashionista. She is always there to help and is very reasonable to deal with as a businessperson. Her creation of a aprrentice only style setting where you train mostly in a salon, and spend only theory hours in school, which is mostly hands on, is a novel concept that has been used in Europe for decades, and works here in Denver. This is no Cost Cutters school of hair design people, so if you are ready to compete with the denver elite of hair, and you want to throw down with downtown then give them a call, and come in. Trust me on this one I am a student there, if it sucked I would tell you.
5.Emily Griffith Opportunity School-Aircraft
1250 Welton St
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6.Aveda Academy Advanced Edctn
1650 Market St
7.New Culture Group
236 Santa Fe Dr
8.DENVER BEAUTY SCHOOL, LLC
71 Knox Ct
930 Jersey St
10.Mitchell, Paul - Paul Mitchell
2253 S Pinon Ct
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11.Nails By Terri
626 Poplar St
2150 S Albion St
13.National Beauty College
1513 W 70th Ave
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483 W 80th Ave
15.BL International Beauty College
3465 W Alameda Ave
Centrally located in Southwest Denver New classes start every Tuesday. Small class sizes with individual attention, day or evening classes available Flexible class schedule........Register Now!
16.Academy of Cosmetology Arts
1060 Bannock St Ste 320
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17.Antoine Du Chez Hairdressing
870 S Colorado Blvd
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I just had a facial by one of the esthetician students at this academy. The experience was delightful. She really took her time analyzing my skin and making sure I was comfortable. My skin feels and looks fantastic. If you are looking for a good quality place to go to for skincare and hair removal services check this place out. It is basic (not a fancy spa by an means), but it is clean and professional and the prices are unbeatable. They also do microdermabrasion and chemical peels.
18.Lorenzo's Beauty Studio
333 S Federal Blvd Unit 205
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19.Cosmo Beauty Academy
1058 S Federal Blvd
20.American International Beauty College
655 S Federal Blvd
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1950 S Holly St Unit 9
22.Emily Griffith Technical College
1860 N Lincoln St
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Established in 1882, the Emily Griffith Opportunity School is one of the oldest adult vocational and technical schools in the United States that enrolls more than 11,000 students each year. Individualized hands-on instruction prepares students for jobs as accountants, welders and more than 55 other careers and trades. Up-to-date, approved courses are offered in an affordable, professional and friendly environment. The school is approved by the Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement and the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education. The Emily Griffith Opportunity School offers more than 350 courses of study, making it one of the most diverse adult educational institutions in Colorado. Credit from technical programs is transferable to the Colorado Community College System for those students desiring an associate's degree. The Emily Griffith Opportunity School is located in Denver.
23.Stylists to Salons
PO Box 100206
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24.National Beauty College
2370 W Alameda Ave Unit 12
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25.National Beauty College
7045 Pecos St Ste A
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26.Empire Beauty Schools
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We took my 1 year old son there for his first haircut. When we first walked in the receptionist was moody with us. She asked my son's name and I'll spelled it for her because it is a harder name to spell. We got Alex and did so good with my son. He was quick and worked well even with my son moving his head. Miss Cookie was also very friendly and helpful while we were there. Then the receptionist misspelled my son's last name on his certificate. When I pointed it out to her, she again got very moody with us. Miss Cookie told us that Alex will be moving on to Great Clips, we definitely be going to him again. The price was good and other than the receptionist everyone was very friendly.
27.Empire Beauty School
441 Wadsworth Blvd
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The students here really learn their stuff! Not only do they have knowledge, they also know how to treat a customer. I felt so bad going in to their location the same day I wanted a perm. I knew it would take at least 3 hours to do my hair properly. Not one person made me feel bad about this. In fact, they welcomed the opportunity to work with what I can only describe as ""difficult"" hair. It was such a refreshing experience considering the earlier negative and rude reception I received at another location for this college. The salon is spacious and full of light, unlike the Littleton location, and the student here seem more positive overall. I would recommend this to anyone looking for great salon services at a great price!
98 Wadsworth Blvd
5273 W 64th Ave
30.New Image Beauty
12102 E Mississippi Ave
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