Being able to choose your own hair color is more evidence that we're living in the future we dreamed of—could _flying_ hair be far behind? Get the tresses of tomorrow with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$10 for a fashion show and tour package for two (a $65 total value).
- School tour
- Admission to student fashion show
- Haircut (a $10 value)
- Tea-tree scalp treatment (a $5 value)
- Goodie bag with branded items, samples, and coupons for future services (a $30 value)<p>
$17 for a color and style package (a $43 value)
- Choice of basic color or partial highlights
- Shampoo and blow-dry with round brush<p>
$25 for a haircut package (a $54 value)
- Three Phase 1 haircuts with blow-dry
- Deep conditioning treatments<p>
All services are performed by students of Paul Mitchell the School. The tour option includes a tour of the school and admission for two to a student fashion show on Thursday, September 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. The event will have refreshments and the opportunity to chat with instructors about the school’s cosmetology or aesthetics programs.<p>
Paul Mitchell the School Tinley Park
As part of the national network of Paul Mitchell beauty schools, Paul Mitchell the School Tinley Park teaches students—or, as the academy refers to them, future professionals—cosmetology and aesthetics skills inspired by the products and services the brand has spent decades perfecting. While expert instructors help students prepare for state board exams and training in advanced techniques, they also supervise their proteges as they practice their skills on public clients or vain houseplants who can reserve salon services at discounted rates. The school was originally opened in 2001 as the first Paul Mitchell School in Illinois, and in 2009 moved to its current 15,000 sq.-ft. studio space outfitted with modern trappings.
“Very good experience”
“Keep up the good work. Instructor Angie is a gem.”
“The students carry themselves very professional and friendly to their clients. The whole atmosphere has a professional feel to it.”