Passion & excitement. This is what Tina feels about her profession. “I am lucky enough to have chosen a career that touches people.”

As owner of Kristina Michele Salon since 2001, Tina strives, every day, to make customer service the salon’s number one priority. She and her team work together to make every client feel special and know that they are giving their very best.

Tina began her training at the tender age of 16, attending beauty school and earning her license. Since then, Tina has traveled all over the country learning new techniques and perfecting her skills. She takes her work very seriously, and continues to make people look good by keeping up with changes in the art of color and haircutting.

In 1998, Tina went outside the salon and worked as the hair stylist for a national news station. From there, she went on to be the stylist for MSNBC, CBS News, CBS Sports, The Survivor finale, NBC Weather, Channel 9 News, the Jerry Lewis Telethon, and numerous talk shows. These experiences opened many news doors and increased her knowledge, her skills, and her craft.

Tina is proud of the talented people who are part of the Kristina Michele Salon team. She continues to implement innovative training programs and enjoys watching her team grow both personally and professionally. Tina is as passionate about her work now as she was when she first started. The beauty industry continues to be incredibly exciting for her and she feels fortunate to be able to serve the public.