Personal and Culinary Services at Lindsey Institute of Cosmetology: Overview
Number of students47
At the Lindsey Institute of Cosmetology through Personal and Culinary Services program you can get degrees of such award levels: Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years, Award of at least 2 but less than 4 academic years. The classes of this program will be conducted at 1059 Shive Lane.
The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 47 or more and 4.3% of students are men.
35% of students are awarded with financial aid.
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Student Reviews and Ratings for Lindsey Institute of Cosmetology
A few months ago, I went to this school excited. I am a Person of Melanin Skin. I do not have 4C hair but it is close. Because it is a learning environment, I understood when they had someone who never touched hair of my texture. She had to wash my hair twice because a student suggested that she put Shea Butter in my hair. She had it in clumps. My experience started at 2:00 pm. I wanted a st. I felt that was safe for a newbie. At one point, a graduate was kind to get in my hair and visually show the student how to comb my hair and do a roller set. The graduate student did more than the instructors. It is getting close for me to go to work when I finally suggested that another student help. They gave me another student who knew nothing about my type of hair but she was given instructions on how to do it and she appeared to be happy to help. While I was under the dryer, the evening class started. The original student was constantly complaining that she has to babysit her siblings and her ride maybe waiting on her. It was like she was insinuating that the length of time it was taking her was my fault. I left the dryer early. I still have not paid. The evening instructor is now agitated at me for still being there. Again, as if it is my fault. I could have not been honest and not paid. The instructor claimed that she could not sign my parking space ticket for free parking because the only people who does it is the office. It is now 6:00 pm. I was not thanked for coming but treated as an intruder. I went across the street to the Barber School and vented to one of the instructors. She walked me to the parking garage and got me out free. Since this was on a Friday, I called the following Monday and spoken to a women from the office. She explained that her biggest concern was how I was treated by the instructor. My concern was the whole entire experience. Women of Melanin Skin is the major reason the beauty industry is a billion dollar one. This school does not put that in consideration. Why? I was told by the women from the office that next time I should call to see if they will have someone who is able to do “natural hair” because my hair is not permed. This is unfortunate that People of Melanin Skin are not valued that I have to come on days and times when someone knows how to do my hair type. I would have thought that they would have learned from this experience and decided to incorporate more teachings and practice on different hair textures of Women of Melanin Skin. Obviously, we are unimportant. I spent four hours in a chair and was treated poorly. It was my first experience and will be my last.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Horrible!!! THEY treat disability (Deaf and Hard of Hearing) people bad, They will not provided sign language interpreter class that I want to sign up. RUDE!!!!!!!!!!!! Discrimination to DISABILITY. HORRIBLE!!!!!!!Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
My experience with award beauty school is great. You are invited to my birthday party at Berkeley 2000 Rec Center Martinsburg West Virginia. This could be a field trip for you guys on July 18th, 2019.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
They do ethnic hair here. Prices are affordable.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
this is the best school I ever attended I tell you the people that's giving those stars and exedra those are the people that didn't pay in attention in class I give Award Beauty School five stars the whole staff care about the students and their education 🙌😊Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
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