ABOUT VILLAGE PARLOR
Ryan Cotton is a Michigan born and raised New York City hairstylist coming back to his home state to open up a salon in the West Village of Detroit. After spending 15 years in the big apple, the time has come for him to use his years of experience and knowledge of the craft to create an environment like nothing anyone has seen before. Building from the ground up a salon/ apothecary where anyone is welcome to enjoy the best of what the industry has to offer.
Eric Muroski, a hairdresser from NYC, is excited to bring his decade of experience to MI as Color Director of Village Parlor Detroit. Though his color can be seen in Film and TV–Eric's approach is unpretentious. His chill and upbeat demeanor disguises an exacting attention to detail that is the hallmark of his style. Eric fixes his keen eye on the interplay between color, texture, and movement–the building blocks of beautiful, wearable color.
Nichole Leone, a Michigan native, has been a hair and makeup artist in the metro Detroit area for 11 years. Bringing a vast knowledge of haircuts, color, makeup, as well as bridal hair to the Village Parlor team. She also specializes in balayage, free hand painted highlights that offer a subtle 'beachy' look. Nichole has a relaxed style that certainly fits in with Village Parlor, and her talent speaks for itself .
Kelsie Angst, after attending the Paul Mitchell School in Chicago, Kelsie has continued to turn a lifelong passion for beauty into an industrious career. Her natural tenacity combined with a keen eye for style has landed her continuous work over the years in Chicago as well as Michigan. Kelsie specializes in hair cutting, hair color, make up, and extensions.