At Parisian Beauty Academy, we have a long and illustrious past. Founded in 1950, students began coming to the school for a beautiful future. They flocked to our beauty school to learn beauty tips offered by our staff of Learning Leaders.
Decades later, not much has changed in terms of obtaining an elite education from our beauty school. Thanks to our partnership with Paul Mitchell Schools, Parisian Beauty Academy, A Paul Mitchell Partner School, is known as the place to go to get an education, with our modern training facility and staff of Learning Leaders.
We are conveniently located in Bergen County, with a palpably energetic and welcoming feel. There is a reason that thousands of students have chosen to call our school home: because we truly are a family here.
Learn more about the cosmetology, manicurist, skin care, and teacher training programs we offer at our beauty school. We also invite you to visit our campus, where you'll see firsthand why so many people have trusted us with their futures.
Whether they're at home, in the classroom, or experiencing the beauty of Great Falls National Historical Park, our students always have access to their assignments, the latest school news, and career tips from beauty industry leaders at their fingertips.
Our students (we call them Future Professionals) donate their time, talent and energy to various Bergen County charities through cut-a-thons, fashion shows and countless other fundraising events and philanthropic activities. We make a difference—and have fun doing it!
We want you to succeed. That’s why our financial aid leaders are always available in person at our Parisian Beauty Academy campus to answer your questions and help navigate the application process.
At Parisian Beauty Academy, A Paul Mitchell Partner School, education doesn’t end at the classroom door. Our student-run Green Team teaches our school and local communities how to respect the Earth and find innovative ways to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Whether they’re putting on hair shows at Hackensack's historic Main Street or organizing bake sales for charity in the downtown district, our students are always up to something fun.