Where is Paul Mitchell Corporate office Headquarters

Paul Mitchell Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 1888 Century Park E #1600, Los Angeles, CA 90067, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 310-248-3888

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: N/A

  • Established: 1980

  • Founder: Paul Mitchell, John Paul DeJoria

  • Key People: John Paul DeJoria (CEO)

Paul Mitchell Headquarters Location & Directions

Paul Mitchell Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

John Paul DeJoria

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Angus Mitchell

Co-Owner and Artistic Director of Education

Paul Mitchell

Artistic Director of Education and Co-Owner

About Paul Mitchell, History and Headquarters Information

Paul Mitchell was founded in the year 1980. The company has been active for almost 39 years now. The founders of the company were John Paul DeJoria and Paul Mitchell. The first store of the company was established in Beverly Hills, California, USA. The headquarters of the company is based in 1888 Century Park E #1600. The name of the place is Los Angeles, while the name of the state is California, USA. The pin code is 90067.

Paul Mitchell is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of hair care products and styling tools, to its customers in the USA. The current CEO of the company is John Paul Dejoria. As of the year 2015, the total revenue generated by the company is more than $1 billion. Also, the number of employees working in the company is more than 180. The company is well known for its Paul Mitchell Schools, with 109 locations throughout the USA. The Paul Mitchell Schools is the largest cosmetology and barber school franchise globally.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in order to purchase various kinds of hair care products and styling tools through several brands including Paul Mitchell, Tea Tree, etcetera, that are manufactured and sold by the company itself. The company was also the first professional haircare company to publicly oppose animal testing and remains privately owned and independent as well.

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  • Tachera Gardenhire says:

    My daughter has been a student at Paul Mitchell for a little over a month now. She had a non epileptic seizure the first week of school and was allowed by staff and doctors to return to school. Now it is time for her to hit the floor and we are being told that she is a liability to the school after they have already collected her tuition money and she is being there, trying to force her into a medical leave, I feel that this is not right. This is a violation of her rights. They just kept her there long enough to keep her tuition money and they should disclose that they do not accept children that have epilepsy. She’s the third student who was let go this month for epilepsy reasons, and we have all their families information . I don’t believe that Paul Mitchell would be OK with this type of discrimination taking place by a company using his name is not right to discriminate against people with medical conditions. She feels her seizures coming on and she’s able to step away from a client, so this will not interfere with her being able to cut hair or do her functions.

  • Lindsey Marie Taylor says:

    My daughter enrolled in the fall of 2023. She has had nothing, but problems from the Hendersonville, TN location. She had to take leave for medical reasons and is having to unenroll. I have been trying to contact the school since January 5th 2024. I have yet to receive a call back or an email back. I’ll be taking legal action to collect unused funds since we paid the tuition upfront. This is a very unprofessional way to run a school. I only wish we’d have realized this before she even enrolled. Definitely will not recommend Paul Mitchell for any services and/or school purposes.

  • Retired says:

    I’ve been going to PM for years in St George UT. I was disappointed when they closed the first one but later they opened the second one. Everyone on the staff is nothing but nice, accomodating and eager to fix any errors. My only complaint is that a few months ago they started a ‘no cash’ policy. They only accept credit or debit cards. Sometimes my service is under $20 and I hate charging that piddly amount.
    Side note: In reading most of the comments here, I’m shocked. If all of that is really going on, someone should be looking into each of those schools. There’s been some staff turnover at my school, but I have no idea why. Neither the staff members or students gossip about such things. And, in my many, many years going to hair places in different states and cities, sometimes gossip is their lifes’ blood.

  • Matthew says:

    I think they should include night classes I work full time and would like to attend but they said they don’t do night classes

  • Angela Butts says:

    My experience at The Paul Mitchell School of Miami was deeply disheartening. Before starting the hair coloring service I showed a picture to the student of the color I wished to receive. After spending four hours for my service the student was honest that another toner would need to be performed due to the yellow hue of my roots. The next day I called and spoke with Denise the student instructor. After explaining, my hair integrity was already jeopardized before coloring and no instructor was present to review the service beforehand to ensure what I wanted could be accomplished on my hair, she offered two weeks for me to return to have the color corrected.

    I called back on 6/18/22 one week later to explain that I spoke with the student (who is a experienced 32 year stylist) about other inconsistencies with the color, who stated that “sometimes Paul Mitchell color does not take”. I reported this to Denise and she was very rude and unprofessional by laughing and stating that we don’t give refunds and you have two weeks. I never asked for a refund , and asked that as a licensed cosmetologist do you suggest someone with the integrity of their hair being compromised and receiving a bleaching service one week ago , should return within a week to have the same service performed? She rudely stated “what do you want a month, I have to go”. As I was trying to explain my hair history and that I would like her professional opinion of what she recommends as a licensed cosmetologist, Denise then puts the phone down without warning as I was speaking. Then the service desk person Toni, picks up the phone stating “which one do you want , this is not a back and forth”. I asked her who I was speaking with and that she was unprofessional and rude, she declined to provide her name. She then rudely continued to ask “do I want a month or not”and that I was the one being unprofessional. I am not representing a company and I am off from work so it was very ignorant to say I was unprofessional. I was genuinely trying to determine what was best for my hair not “go back and forth “. Unfortunately, I could not determine this because Denise never called back as she mentioned way before she abruptly put down the phone as I was speaking. Furthermore, as I was explaining my frustration of how she consistently interrupted me while speaking and asked her why was she laughing for which this is a serious matter she stated “ okay the calls are being recorded anyway”. There was no official notification of the calls being recorded, which is illegal in the state of Florida. This is not a good representation of the Paul Mitchell brand. As my first time at this establishment being from Washington D.C to study, I am deeply saddened by the unprofessionalism I received, no one deserves this experience. I was able to explain my experience to the Fort Lauderdale location and they provided information to the owner and corporate office . I will be reaching out to them.

    • LaCreda Houchens says:

      Do you have the info for the corporate office and owner still? I am a cleaning contractor at the Delaware location and they have been late on my payments the past 3 months! Very unprofessional people at that location.

  • Kendra Purdom says:

    May 18, 2022 at 12:47 arrived at Paul Mitchell’s School for blonde highlights…guessing you have camara system in building…didn’t leave until 4:55…take a look you will understand why I am upset…to make matters worse your instructors only cover up the mistakes and fell to resolve problems professionally…not willing to correct any issues…excuse “we are a school”…my 14 year old daughter said she knew they had made a mistake when I came out of the shampoo room…sad…teaching future beauticians it’s OK to lie for money…forget about real quality…would not recommend school to anyone…instructors are the problem…as they say…if you can’t do the job well you can always teach…bravo…Tulsa,OK

  • Jacqueline walton says:

    On April30,22 I have gotten treated at your school in Memphis tenn less than a humanbeing

  • Crystal Tucker says:

    Paul Mitchell School of Raleigh
    I am so very disappointed with this experience and what they are teaching students at this school. Customer was left without services requested and expected to pay. I went in to get a Shampoo, trim, color, and blow out for my natural hair. Walked out with with my hair wet and in twist paying $68 for color because person on my hair didn’t have enough time to finish before 5. My appointment was at 1, didn’t get started until 1:30. My niece made appt for me the previous Saturday and had been to them previously. Never was told before time that they needed to close at 5 and that I wouldn’t have my services fully completed. Was also told wrong pricing about color-was told it would be$30 and it wasn’t. Stylist never came to apologize, mentor came and said it wouldn’t be finished and asked me to return the next day and they would discount the services. Also supposed to discount the service for that day and didn’t. I will not be going back and I feel bad for the customer service they are teaching those students. I understand that it is a school but the complete disregard for customers was disgraceful. Crystal Tucker

    • Kendra Purdom says:

      I so Agree…I Graduated Beauty School 16 years ago…had my hair supposedly lightened 2 days ago at Paul Mitchell Beauty School in Tulsa, OK…$70.00…have no highlights…and have asked 10 varied business owners their opinions and all have said the same…they are teaching students how to lie to customers for a dollar with no regard to quality service…drove 120 miles twice…and never got my hair corrected…Supervisor are good at covering for wrongful service…Sad I have loved Paul Mitchell for almost 40 years now and would not recommend their school…EVER…

  • N/A says:

    I would formally like to put a complaint in for PMTS Indianapolis. The facility is in shambles, the bathrooms are so awful there’s dirty used tampons on the floors and overflowing trash cans both regular and feline product trash cans. The only place we have to eat is a dirty torn apart picnic table right next to the dumpster where we use a mouse trap to prop open the door. And not to mention the noise poop everywhere in the school as well as our sinks being broken. Corporate please do something about this.

  • Jill Mathews says:

    Hello this is something that surely should not go unnoticed! Paul Mitchell the School in Pasadena Ca. Had an African American instructor that was released of her duties. This lady was a force in instructing students to reach their potential,I feel that is once PURE RASCISM AT ITS Best!! I’m a learning leader at the school do so I know this personal, and it has affected the future professionals!! This PMTS HAS MANY MANY ISSUES DUE TO POOR ADMINISTRATION. They don’t care about anyone or anything else but themselves anf what’s sad their Asian and sure as hell shouldn’t be discriminating on anyone knowing what’s going on in the world right now!! Your going to soon be hit with lawsuits based on poor management!!
    It’s bad situation and many people have spoken out on this location.

  • Tiki says:

    Hi, I’m a concerned parent that is paying tuition. My daughter doesn’t feel that she is learning enough. She says that they are doing the same stuff everyday and that the instructors aren’t hands on enough or approachable. She’s been there a few months and is in her second phase. I would hate that when she graduates that she is still in basic mode. Some of the other students express the same concerns. I do not want to her name for fear of retaliation. She attends the schol in Metairie, Louisiana, right outside of New Orleans. Please advise. Thank you.

  • Katy Villarreal says:

    Hi, I’m a student at Paul Mitchell The School of Houston and I have a concern…. concerning night school not sure how day school runs but as a student on the floor I feel like their is favoritism amongst students… teachers are only giving clients to student favorites I also knew I wasn’t the only one once a few other students mentioned to me first on their own also. I feel all students should be equal and allow clients to all equally. Also seems teachers don’t like to be asked for much help they seem to get easily irritated and rather sit and lounge on the clinic floor couch. As a student I feel I pay and should be able to ask as many questions as I please if I’m their to LEARN without them getting irritated as a TEACHer. That is my concern I am speaking in my behalf and as well as a few other students. If u can reach out to me in my email I will greatly appreciate it. Maybe y’all should check the school cameras to see exactly what I’m talking about with teachers sitting or fooling around & check the system of who gets clients.

    • Tiki says:

      My daughter is having the same issue at the school in the New Orleans area. Did they respond to you?

    • Dee A Student says:

      I know for a fact that your tell the truth it’s still going on all of them should get fired they are rude and not helpful at all it’s sad that these are the people that we’re stuck with it’s very unorganized

  • Future Paul Mitchell says:

    Hi , I am a student at Paul Mitchell the school of Houston and I have a concern … concerning night school not sure how day school runs but as a student on the floor I feel like their is favoritism amongst students… teachers are only giving clients to student favorites I also knew I wasn’t the only one once a few students told me first on their own .. I feel all students should be equal and allow clients to all equally. Also seems teachers don’t like to be asked for much help they seem to get easily irritated and rather sit and lounge on the clinic couch. As a student I feel I pay and should be able to ask as many questions as I please if I’m their to learn without them getting irritated as a TEACHer. That is my concern I am speaking on my behalf and as well a few other students. Not sure if I should report this concern here if not if u can please reach out to me. Much Thanks from a future Paul Mitchell professional.

  • Regina Cox says:

    I have a complaint about your product the Fast Drying Sculpting hairspray that I have been using for many years. Who can I send my email to ?

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