Atlantic Beauty & Spa is a for-profit college located in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 100 undergraduate students. The Atlantic Beauty & Spa acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Cosmetology, Esthetician and Skin Care, and Barbering. Atlantic Beauty & Spa alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $15,000.
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I really love how nice and polite everyone there is. Everyone was very welcoming and helpful during the application process. The school itself is beautiful, clean and has so many great opportunities to learn and be the best they can be after graduating.
Their pricing is not what you are told before you sit down. The student didn’t listen to the teacher and said she wanted to blow dry my sons hair before braiding it. My son has very straight fine hair. The braids kept coming out and she had to redo them. When leaving and billed $40 after I had to finish two of his 7 braids I asked why she ran my credit card for $40 when I was told $25. She said because it took almost 2 hours. It took two hours for my daughters $15 flat iron. They started and finished the same time. I happily paid but was confused at the logic. I came back for a flat iron, (knowing it’s better to take my son to a salon for braids: a stylist on Atlantic Ave charged him $25 for the braids and they look professional and don’t fall out) they said I was on a do not service list for questioning their pricing! Me and the kids had a blast with the stylist while there so I was baffled by the unprofessionalism and poor customer service of the front staff.