About Dyana Nematalla
Dyana Nematallah has coiffed the locks of celebs and socialites alike, including The Rolling Stone’s Mick Jagger, heiress Daphne Guinness, and former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris Carine Roitfeld. Her work has also appeared on the pages of renowned magazines like Vanity Fair, TIME, Teen Vogue, ELLE, and InStyle.
Dyana’s career began in 2001 at one of Atlanta’s top hair salons, where she discovered her true passion for hair styling. During this time, she also obtained her BFA in Art History and Fashion Design from Savannah College of Art and Design—a degree that greatly contributed to her artistic flair and vision as a stylist. Regularly taking creative cues from her academic background and injecting her own modern twist, Dyana has become known for the romantic undertones of her French updos, as well as her meticulous haircutting technique.
In 2008, Dyana joined the Yves Durif Salon at the Carlyle Hotel, where she made a name for herself on NYC’s Upper East Side. Six years later, she made her way down to the Flatiron District and joined the prestigious Marie Robinson Salon. Four years later Dyana moved to Atlanta to join the booming movie industry. She is building the bridge between NYC and Atlanta. She recently opened a Salon in West Midtown Sirène. Inquire about her availability: