My Favorite Thing About AVEDA Beauty Schools

My favorite thing about Aveda thus far are most definitely the model days. I cannot begin to fully explain how exciting it is to learn a technique, practice it in the classroom, and then see the full effect on a real person. So far I have had the best models I could ever ask for, with gorgeous hair and a wonderful open mind. I am only a couple months into school, and I have already gotten the chance to practice color, styling, highlighting, stress-relieving, and nail techniques that I have learned on models. It is a great experience not only for me, but the future Aveda client in my chair.

Blog post by Aveda Institute Tallahassee Student: Erica Fagien

My favorite thing about Aveda is my instructor Manuel E (Ken E). He is very approachable, professional, and polite. His teaching method is thorough and complete. Also, he is very good looking and myself and others agree that we love his naturally curly hair and trendy, European facial structure. Very modelesque! In regards to his teaching-he takes the time to point out our challenges and strengths with kindness and care. I know he truly cares about each and everyone of us individually and our success as a whole. He is very knowledgeable and kind. I am very pleased with my overall experience with him as an educator. As long as there are leaders like Manuel E, Aveda will uphold its world class status.

Blog post by Aveda Institute South Florida Student: Joi Anglade

My favorite thing about Aveda and the Aveda Institute is their commitment to protecting the environment and giving back to the community. It is really important to me to work with products that are cruelty-free. Aveda reaches out to those in need and enriches lives by providing jobs to poverty stricken communities in various countries. Aveda wants to make the world a better place, which is so rare and so amazing. They also encourage ” The Power of Oneness” to remind everyone that we are stronger in numbers and, when we work together we accomplish greater things in record time.

Blog post by Aveda Institute South Florida Student: Nicole Didry