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Paul Mitchell Opens

November 14, 2005

Paul Mitchell the School has opened sev- eral new educational centers across the U.S. Last fall, Robert Cromeans, Paul Mitchell artistic director, launched the Robert Cromeans Advanced Academy in San Diego, CA. Two- and four-day workshops focus on cutting, color, collections and business, including “Common knowledge,” “Download,” “Beyond barbershop,” “Sunday school,” “The art of making money” and “I run with scissors.”
Paul Mitchell also offers the Colorcutting Academy in Arizona. Artistic directors for Paul Mitchell the color, Scott Cole and Linda Yodice, head up a comprehensive four-day foundations course in a resort-style setting.
Most recently, Paul Mitchell the School opened a new center for learning in Rhode Island. The 16,000 sq. ft. facility is the largest Paul Mitchell the School so far and offers students the training to become hair stylists, skin care therapists or nail artists.
More info: (800) 941-8999.
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