Capri Cosmetology Learning Centers | New York Reviews
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- on Patch.com
"Congratulations Michael! Way to go Capri..Anthony Fiore, keep up the good work training these Students to Create, Explore, and Excel!.......Peppe Ramon Salon...."
Capri Cosmetology Learning Center is a state-of-the-art training facility offering programs in hairdressing, cosmetology, and esthetics. Capri Cosmetology Learning Centers provide New York with excellent cosmetology training. Call us today at (845) 623-6339 to start your new career path.
- on Customer Testimonial
I was a Paul Mitchell associate for many years, working on a platform with Paul Mitchell before he passed. Part of my duties were to teach and do demo's at Beauty Schools of which yours was one. I have always rated your school (Capri) one of the finest I have taught in the Tri-State area. I have also employed a number of your students in the past which I have been equally impressed with.
Keep up the good work.
With 14 percent growth predicted for the next 10 years, cosmetology is a career that offers countless benefits! Are you ready to start a cosmetology program? Capri Cosmetology Learning Centers provide Rockland County and Poughkeepsie with excellent cosmetology training. Call us today at (845) 623-6339 to start your new career path.
- on Local.com
"well i think its a fab school. ive been there a week and learned so much already. 4 haircuts how to use a professional curling iron (which is hard by the way) lol..how to do a proper blowout and some other skills."
- on Local.com
"I attended Capri School about 10 years ago. I put in about 800 hours and dropped out like a dummy. I am now attending a Paul Mitchell school where I now have to start fresh and I am now realizing how excellent Capri was. The school that I am attending now cannot compare to Capri. You would think, what could be better then a Paul Mitchell school? Well, I am here to tell you that Capri was. I still use the knowledge that I acquired there and I am thankful for everything I learned there. Selling products are a big part of the business! Along with gaining clientele. If you are good enough your clients will fallow you. At the Paul Mitchell school the only products you learn about is "Paul Mitchell" and if you think they pushed products at Capri then you haven't seen anything. You may be wondering why am I not a student there if I liked them so much. Well, the answer to that is I now live in a different state. For those that feel like they were just hungry for money should try attending other schools. Unless you are enrolled in BOCES or something, you will not find anything different. After all it is a business."
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