KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Hairstyles and makeup have certainly changed through the decades, but one thing that's stood the test of time is the school that's teaching them.
The school was all started by Adam Brown's great grandmother more than 85 years ago, then called the Tennessee School of Beauty Culture.
"I guess she saw a need for schooling for future hairdressers or hair stylists," said Brown.
For 57 years, the school could be found on Gay Street in Knoxville. The school is now on Western Avenue. Adam's grandfather also helped form the Tennessee Board of Cosmetology.
The school started with just 25 students; now, more than 200 are enrolled.
Though it began more than 85 years ago, the school is still a family business, and it all started right here in Tennessee.
Haircuts range from 7 to 13 dollars. Manicures range in price from 10 to 13 dollars.