Joel Bongini is an expert stylist with a technical approach to the industry. As salon owner for 10 years, he achieved great recognition in today’s top fashion magazines, such as Vogue, Allure and Marie Claire.
Joel’s experience landed him a top stylist position at the prestigious Garren Salon in New York…More
Working with the best in his field opened doors to a freelance career with Timothy Priano at Artists. Artists took Joel across the country to Los Angeles. After his career in film and television, Joel was compelled to move back east and open Salon Bongini.
Tools of the Trade: Joel’s favorite product is the Cristalli Liquidi by Alfaparf. “Apply a few drops to palm, distribute evenly throughout damp or dry hair. Watch your hair’s luster shine through.”
Douglas began his career at the prestigious Sally Hershberger salon in New York City. He was a regular fixture on photo shoots for Vogue and In Style also working on such events as the Met Ball and NYC Fashion Week. Doug knew he wanted to create beauty through hair. He believes that beautiful hair can turn back the hands of time, bringing back a woman’s youth and accentuating her natural beauty.
Betty hails from Maryland and has been styling hair for 30 years. Her time in the D.C. area allowed her the opportunity to work at The White House! She has been living in South Florida for 13 years and has won a multitude of hair cutting competition including some national challenges. Her charming personality and incredible cutting and color skills will make you feel like a family member is styling your hair.
She specializes in updo’s, modern and classic cutting styles and color corrections.
We welcome her to our Salon Bongini family.
His career in Fort Lauderdale, Florida began in 2005 and he’s been fortunate to work with some outstanding mentors. Dennis became Great Lengths Certified in 2009, adding cold fusion extensions to his list of expanding services.
“I love what I do for a living and look forward to a continued devotion to my career and most importantly, my clients.”
He has worked with Ted Gibson, a make-over celebrity stylist for television’s “What Not To Wear” and Mercedez-Benz New York Fashion week as a stylist for several designers including Rachel Ray and Carmen Marc Valvo, and as a stylist and color educator for Goldwell, Frameis and Aveda Salons in New York City.