About Us

We are an all-female salon collective guided by our shared belief in exceptional creative vision, obsessive attention to detail, established relationships with clients–and keeping the ‘je ne sais quoi’ whimsy of beauty alive.

Sirène Salon opened its doors at King Plow Arts Center in 2019, bringing the high-end aesthetic, forward trends, and quiet sophistication of salon experiences typically found in L.A., New York, and other global cities, to the heart of Atlanta.

All of our stylists joined Sirène after being on the floor at highly coveted salons, from Meche Salon in L.A., to Yves Durif at the Carlyle Hotel, Marie Robinson Salon, Warren Triccomi at The Plaza, and Serge Normant in New York. In addition to private clients, our stylists are at the forefront of Atlanta’s

growing film industry, leading hair and makeup for productions from Netflix, Marvel, and more. Their work has also been featured in Vanity Fair, ELLE, Teen Vogue, and Allure.

In 2021, Sirène salon founder Dyana Nematalla opened her second space Tinte, a color and blow dry bar. Tinte focuses on high-end blow outs, root touch ups, glosses, and other maintenance hair needs for clients in between their regular appointments. Both spaces have been named Best Salon by Atlanta Magazine.

Meet Dyana Nematalla


Dyana Nematalla is the founder of Sirène and Tinte salons in Atlanta.

Before opening her own spaces, Dyana was a stylist at Yves Durif at the Carlyle and Marie Robinson Salon in New York. Her celebrity clients have included Rachel McAdams, Daphne Guiness, and Sadie Sink, among others, and her styling work has appeared in Vanity Fair, ELLE, Teen Vogue, Allure, and other publications.

After a decade in New York, Dyana returned to Atlanta in 2019 with a vision to bring the talent, street-style aesthetic, and big-city salon experience she loved to her hometown. Sirène opened in 2019 and Tinte followed in 2021. The two salons mark a full circle moment for Dyana, who began cutting hair at 18 under a mentorship program at a local salon, while pursuing her B.F.A in fashion at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Though she never ended up pursuing a career in fashion, Dyana continues to be inspired and informed by style. Fom the irreverence of street-style chic to high-end fashion, she is a master of aesthetic–and partnering with clients to bring their vision to life.