The four ornate chandeliers don't match, and neither to do the finely crafted wood workstations with large vanity mirrors that populate the salon floor. This mix-and-match decor reflects the variety of skills and personalities of the team that makes up Divine Salon. These professionals do share a few things in common, of course—they're all people persons and artists in their fields. And they have abundant experience and training. For instance, Bruff Brigham has been styling hair for 30 years, and Kim Cohen took classes at the Redken Exchange in New York. Their personal touches become apparent when rendering services such as fashionable cuts and skin-nourishing facials.
And to the staff, it's all about expression—whether they're painting nails with custom artwork or adding a touch of color to eyelashes. It's also about giving the best presentation to each client's personality and lifestyle. A makeup application can draw out playfulness while a new hair color can announce change such as a new career as a human paintbrush. Whatever the occasion, they're sure to work closely with each client.