Learn Cosmetology & Spa Therapy at AVEDA

Aveda Institute Tallahassee Cosmetology School student I have lived in Tallahassee for about 5 years now and stated going to school at the Aveda Institute in September of last year. In the number of years I lived I Tallahassee, before I decided to make the leap of faith into the Aveda family, I had heard nothing but friends raving about how much they loved going there. After years of trial and error at FSU, I took the greatest leap of faith yet and became a proud member of the Aveda Institute’s family.

At the Tallahassee location, I firmly believe we have some of the most dedicated and talented educators. Everyday that I come to school I am reminded how much these educators want us to succeed. No matter what, they are always bright eyes and happy to be there, ready to lead us down the path to becoming a great hair dresser. The motivating spirit of the educators and the privileged environment I am provided to learn in are what contribute to my success at Aveda.

We are provided with a clean, large, well equip building, as well as all the tool and implements we could ask for. I feel very privileged to be able to learn what I am passionate about at such an amazing institute. I am ecstatic to be apart of the Aveda name and even more elated to be at the Tallahassee institute.

Blog post by Aveda Institute Tallahassee Student: Deanna Basham

I am currently a student at Aveda Institute in Tallahassee Florida. I was born and raised in Tallahassee and I hope to stay here. Aveda is very prominent in this town. We have six salons and it is a relatively small town. Everyone here knows how wonderful Aveda is and how great the quality of education is.

I love this town just as much as I love Aveda. I believe that Aveda has the most caring and bright educators in the world. They push us to succeed in all of our goals and I hope to be a great representation of my school and my town.

I hope to own my own salon one day and add another beautiful salon to Tallahassee’s already plentiful beauty industry.

Blog post by Aveda Institute Tallahassee Student: Kayla Haley