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About Lisa

Lisa Chiccine is the premier boutique hairstylist in Manhattan

A beauty mecca since 2006, The Lisa Chiccine Salon at 30 East 60th Street, New York City, is an exclusive, private salon experience where clients receive Lisa’s individual attention. Lisa is sought for her personal touch and ability and is able to deliver any type of cut and color tailored to each client’s individual style. Lisa’s signature looks are beautiful, refined, full-body and sexy.

Today, The Lisa Chiccine Salon services a loyal clientele comprised of the international jet-set, heads of state and Page Six New Yorkers. Lisa commands $450 for a cut and $550 for color. Appointments are booked well into 2017.

Lisa is a highly publicized and well-respected beauty expert. She has styled hair at many high profile fashion shows such as Oscar de la Renta and Bill Blass. She was the former spokeswoman for Proctor & Gamble Infusium line of hair care products. Lisa has appeared on television shows such as: E!, The Style Channel, The Apprentice, Good Day New York and the WB11 Morning News. Her beauty advice is featured in publications such as The Oprah Magazine, Glamour, Lucky, Cosmopolitan, Self, People, Style Watch, Health, Seventeen, Life & Style, Bene, Avenue, and Good Housekeeping.

The highly anticipated Lisa Chiccine Collection®, Lisa’s exclusive line of luxury styling products, debuted in January 2011. Chiccine on the Run®, a styling kit that gives women a dazzling salon blow-out at home, will be launching soon.

Lisa began her career abroad where she lived and studied in Paris, London and Milan. She was the only American – and female – protégée of renowned hairstylist Bruno Pittini, mentor to Serge Normant and Frédéric Fekkai. Lisa worked as his personal assistant before becoming one of his top stylists at the Bruno Pittini Salon. Prior to opening her own salon, Lisa enjoyed successful tenures at the Brad Johns Salon and the Avon Center Salon & Spa.

Lisa is actively involved in raising funds for a cause close to her heart. She supports research for autoimmune diseases through The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.