- Welcome to Camille Albane salon
- 252 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116
Phone : 617 379 3220
Having risen to prestigious status and featured on the covers of major French magazines, Nicolas Tisler finally showcases his talent as a hairdresser and brings the excellence of his hair extension techniques to Camille Albane Boston!
Nicolas was born in Paris, where he launched his career as a successful hairdresser with various French brands. In the 90's, his solo career soared as he contributed his creative talents to various television shows, film series, achievement clips and commercial media. He has created custom hair designs for numerous actors and comedians and has collaborated with acclaimed French film directors Coline Serreau and Robert Hossein. His work has graced the covers of various publications, including Harpers Bazaar and Vogue, while his creativity, talent and dedication have excited the fashion world.
Inspired with the Parisian "Rive Gauche" spirit and a desire to share his passion with the world, he has chosen the unique universe of Camille Albane to exercise his creativity and talent.
We welcome you to pamper yourself with the warm and inviting atmosphere that is the Camille Albane experience.
Having built a prestigious reputation, Camille Albane Paris is bringing chic, urban “Rive Gauche” sophistication and European hairstyling techniques to Boston’s fashionable Newbury Street. The United States flagship salon opened in Boston on April 24, 2013. With the opening, Camille Albane Paris salons will be located in 15 countries. Noted for cutting-edge hairstyles, state-of-the-art color techniques, hair and scalp treatments, manicures, makeup applications, and bridal consultations, Camille Albane Paris' vision is sophisticated with a bit of "Rive Gauche" in Boston.
Allow our professional stylists to customize a personal hair design according to your lifestyle and unique taste. Our Color Experts and Make-Up Artists will create a specialized color palette to compliment your tone and complexion. Indulge with the Camille Albane experience.