Paul Mitchell The School Bradley

Haircut
1600 North State Route 50, Bourbonnais, IL 60914 1600 North State Route 50, Bourbonnais Directions
Today 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Closed All Hours
+18159325049
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  • Hours
    Sun-Tue
    Closed
    Wed
    10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Thu
    10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
    Fri-Sat
    10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Report | a month ago
They always make sure that the client is satisfied! I love this place!
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Report | 11 months ago
signed a paper that I understood these were students, and my head was a guinea pig for color. The floor manager was very rude to the girls, came over, yelled, "go sit that chair, you're putting color on the floor, and it's all over the wall! Yes, it orange on the wall. Worse, my hair was RED at the crown! Had to return , they tried to fix it, but I had to go my stylist to repair. Won't return
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Report | a year ago
My daughter's hair turned out great, girl just took 4hours to do it.
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Report | a year ago
I am very satisfied with the services I have tried. Everyone was very nice. Just know that it is a school. You cant be in a hurry. The price is definitely RIGHT!
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Report | a year ago
Make sure you give yourself 1-2 hours for a cut
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Report | a year ago
It was a lovely experience start to finish!
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Report | a year ago
I was able to make an appointment for th same day. The girl that did my hair was WONDERFUL.
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Report | a year ago
Everyone is super friendly with great attention to detail. If you're getting color services, especially full highlights, expect it to take about 3 hours for youreal appointment. It's decorates nicely and has an upscale feel for being a school.
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Report | a year ago
Not even close. Instructors arent much better than the students.
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Report | 2 years ago
If you have natural hair only work with a student you feel comfortable with. Most students are humble enough to ask their classmates for help, but others may take offense when you offer advice. I have had a negative experience with the instructors on both occasions (one of which thought discrimination was a "joke"). However, the students for the most part was able to educate me about training my hair, products and tools to use that reduce breakage. I did not appreciate the 45 minute lecture I received by one of the instructors who made cultural assumptions based off of my assertiveness and skin color. But I LOVED working with Lauren, Belinda & Ashley. This place is not customer centric, if you just don't feel like doing your hair, you're easy to please, don't mind a cold shampoo, don't ask too many questions or you are Caucasian or you have relaxed your natural kinky curls away... You'll be fine. HOWEVER, if you are a proud "sista" understand a hot comb is not an option here. It is used in their "specialty classes," the director was nice enough to allow the students to use it my first visit, however when I made my second appointment I was told they do not use the hot comb on the floor. Also, I am still bothered that they brought in a "texture specialist" but I still did not see any students practicing on dolls with ethnic, i.e., non-Caucasian hair. I am disappointed that these students are paying $20K plus, but do not seem to be getting the training necessary to be successful in the real world. And they are quick to refuse service. The director is awesome she at least called me back. The experience overall made me feel like there was a level of subconscious racial discrimination/bias. When you cannot provide the same quality products without charging extra simply because the texture is one that requires more moisture, and/or doesn't allow for a flat iron w/out damaging the ends, and you are told you only option A or option B or you can leave; at a hair salon that seems a little discriminatory to me. Also, I cannot help but wonder if the male instructor would have asked a Caucasian person if they wanted their $25 brush in a bag, because I had to ask. I reiterate if it would not have been Jamie Hambrick I probably would have filed a law suit. YES! it got real. Keep in mind: my mother has done hair for over 20 years, I am from Ohio NOT Illinois, I use to model & I have been in a number of hair shows so I am not the stereo-typical woman of African decent and I will admit I am not the easiest to please, but if I can let my barber shave the sides of my hair because my cut wasn't symmetrical when I left Paul Mitchell, how difficult can I be??
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