Being an ex-employee of this salon, I would give future job seekers interested in this place to, honestly look at your options. It's a lovely establishment, which does lure you in, but management isn't organized much at all. The way the sliding scale commission is set up, isn't worth it. EX: you bring into the salon $400> you only get 5% of that. You don't get paid enough for what you bring in for the company. The salon coordinator, Bailey, is rude and should be more professional than she is seeing that her mother owns the salon. Other staff members seem miserable there and are unapproachable to speak to. They need to offer in salon training for stylists right out of cosmetology school as well. They seem to not be able to handle big groups without confusion either. All around this salon isn't as great as the fancy decor makes it seem to be. The atmosphere is dull, not much lively spirits here.
Pros: Decorated nicely
Cons: customer/staff relations, experience, prices, management...