To say thanks for supporting his Magic Johnson Foundation, Earvin "Magic" Johnson paid a surprise visit to Paul Mitchell School owners at their May 2013 owners summit in Beverly Hills. Each year, students and staff from the 101 Paul Mitchell cosmetology schools raise money and awareness for selected charities. Raising $5 to $10 at a time with grassroots activities like cut-a-thons, hair shows, and car washes, the schools have raised over $11.2 million in 10 years, including $2.6 million in their 2013 campaign. To date, they've donated $280,000 to the Magic Johnson Foundation.
The future professionals of San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology get inspired to become a VISIONARY!
Have you ever wondered what it?s like to go to school at SFIEC? How about asking one of our amazing Future Professionals? Marissa Lace is not only wildly popular on YouTube with over 28,000 subscribers, she also attends SFIEC in the night school Cosmetology program. In her most recent YouTube video, Q&A Beauty School Part 2, Marissa answers a list of questions submitted to her by fans who want to know what it?s like to go to beauty school. She covers everything from whether or not there are tests, exams and projects in beauty school to specific questions such as what beauty school tuition covers vs. tuition at a university, the top three things to consider when choosing a beauty school and what a cosmetology license actually certifies someone to do. Marissa evens lets us in on a small peek into her plans in the beauty industry after she graduates and how after her time at SFIEC, she?ll never look at box hair color the same again. Thanks Marissa for posting this awesome video!
5-time NAHA winner Vivienne Mackinder presented two brilliant collections at Caper 2013. Several models in her Kool Kids collection were members of the Future Professional Design Team from Paul Mitchell Schools!
Tabatha Coffey returns to Paul Mitchell Schools Caper for the second year in a row, wowing the audience with her no-nonsense approach and undeniable passion for hairdressers and the professional beauty industry.
Sundance Channel's PUSH GIRLS Angela Rockwood, Auti Angel, Mia Schaikewitz, and Tiphany Adams shared their inspirational stories of triumph over tragedy at the Paul Mitchell Schools annual Caper event.
Future Professionals wowed the audience at Caper 2013, the annual educational extravaganza by and for Paul Mitchell Schools. Student stylists and models strutted their stuff in two mainstage presentations: MITCH and The Truth About Curls.
At Paul Mitchell the School we accept everyone! One Size Fits All is our motto! We belive in everyone, and belive in giving back and changing lives! Making a difference is what we are all about!
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A great video from Paul Mitchell Schools Caper 2012 event featuring Paul Mitchell's Awapuhi product line.
www.sfiec.edu The Future Professionals of the San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology showcase their work at the Debut Hair and Makeup show.
We are so lucky to have a leader like John Paul DeJoria in our Paul Mitchell Schools. Not only do his vision and leadership inspire us, but he truly has made the world a better place to live and we get to enjoy that leadership every day! John Paul supports Food 4 Africa and we were delighted to have him talk about his wonderful charity. Each year Paul Mitchell Schools raise money for a number of worthwhile charities. This year our goal was $2 million and we raised over $2.5 million!!! We're extremely proud that we did it without any overhead costs. Every penny we raise goes to the charities we support!
The Future Professionals of the San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology showcase their work at the Debut Hair and Makeup show. All proceeds benefited the Paul Mitchell FUNraising efforts.
Winn Claybaugh, Dean and Co-founder of Paul Mitchell Schools and author of Be Nice (Or Else!), takes the stage at Paul Mitchell's Gathering 2012. In this great segment, Winn tells why YOU are possible, why you can make your dreams come true, and the simple things you can do to change your life right now!
The Future Professionals of the San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology showcase their work at the Debut Hair and Makeup show at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco, California. All proceeds benefit the Paul Mitchell FUNraising efforts.
With over 100 schools and 12,000 Future Professionals, Paul Mitchell Schools are popping up everywhere! Take a look at our amazing technical training, how we give back, and how we're making the world more beautiful.
CBS WKBT news anchor responds on-air to a viewer calling her fat and stands up against bullying.
CNBC's "How I Made My Billions" goes behind the curtain to reveal how everyday people have taken ordinary ideas and turned them in extraordinary businesses. In our next episode we'll share the story of John Paul DeJoria. Billionaire John Paul DeJoria was homeless, living and working in a car in Los Angeles, when he teamed up with hair dresser Paul Mitchell to create a new line of hair products. After two years of unpaid bills and near bankruptcy, John Paul Mitchell Systems Inc. grew into a $900 Million a year giant. DeJoria also single-handedly created a premium category for tequila with "Patron."