Shaeena Etienne Hair NYC

Hair Expert

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Bio

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Shaeena Etienne, a New York City native and Brooklyn resident, is no stranger to style and the fast paced life of the celebrities, CEOs, moms, professors, students, artists, magazine editors, film producers, journalists, and elite brides.  As a former Frederic Fekkai stylist and student of Jacques Dessange Paris France,  she encompasses the ability to execute any look, most likely tailor made, to suite each clients' need. With 20 years experience in the industry, not including hair braiding since the age of 6 for neighbors and friends. Shaeena is blessed with a vision to see every returning client with a fresh pair of eyes; ready to reinvent, revamp and reinvigorate.  

She has what her clients call the midas touch. When you leave, you'll stand a little taller, walk straighter and know you own it! Camera ready, runway ready and ready to take on the world. AKA, "the architect of hair," Shaeena pays attention to detail, knowing just how to customize your look with a solid foundation. She intuitively knows how to cut  your hair to achieve what she refers to as "style synergy."  Each section of the head compliments the other to achieve maximum balance and of course, grows out still looking flawless and easy to manage.  Book with her at scapchoice@gmail.com today!


CLIENT LIST 

  • Peyton Manning
  • Mindy Kaling
  • Sharon Carpenter
  • Bobby Brown, make up guru 
  • Kilian Hennessy 
  • Valentino
  • DVF
  • Knicks City Dancers, for fashion shows and charities.
  • Chignons for Bridal parties of the Mandarin and W hotel NYC  

NOTABLE EXPERIENCES

Shaeena collaborated with Frederic Fekkai on styling guests of Elton John's Annual, White Tie and Tiara Ball in London UK, a London UK morning show, the Oprah Show in Chicago, and NBC4 NY.  Former apprentice to Tippi Shorter, Michel Aleman, Cedric Fait of Aka Cedric NY,  Sieji Kitazato, and Mark Divincenzo, she is an expert at Japanese hair cutting techniques, Jacques Dessange technique and of course, ethnic hair!