Sirens Stylist Guide


Sirens Salon is made up of a hand selected team of professional stylist. Something we take great pride in is that each member has a reason to strive beyond the usual stylist duties. When looking for a simple new do or crazy change, you want to be sure the person you are handing your hair over to is confident in their craft.

We are always confident! And here is a list of our stylist favorite dos to do so you can be confident too:

Karla: Loves blow outs and ombre!

Lauren: Magnificent at makeup and up dos!

Raven: Takes charge at mens cuts and brows!

Kirk: Rocks short hair styles and highlights!

Helen: Makes a mean mens do and personal connection with clients!

Robin: Cuts the perfect bob and color!

Kathryn: Our hands on apprentice with the touch for shampoos and massages!

Susan: Makes your visit warm and welcoming from start to finish!

Christie: The reason Sirens stays organized and tidy!

Emma: Emma is our boss, and the person who keeps us all going! She rocks the floor and rocks the salon world!

Sirens Color Run Fun!


At Sirens we believe is beauty from the inside out. Hair and make up isn’t the only business we take care of, but making our clients feel great is a priority too! And we don’t just stop there, we make sure we do the same for ourselves too.

This weekend Owner Emma and her niece had a blast with the Austin Color Run! They mixed in some fun with their work out. Something that goes perfect with Sirens Salon! Here are a few clips clips we got of their adventure down the road of color:



























Let Your Eyes Shine!

photo-273 I have been working with Sirens Salon for a few months now, taking photos and raving about the amazing work I watch them do. Being a granola type girl, it is rare for me to touch my hair or make up, and though they have done great work for photo shoots and blog tutorials, I’ve never gotten down to the nitty gritty with the salon.


That was until yesterday. Sitting in the back room I heard Owner Emma’s voice trickle in “Dye Shelby’s eyelashes!”


My only question: “What is they all fall out? You can’t fix that can you?”


Sitting down in the waxing chair my heart began to race, my mind fluttering to all the things that could go wrong. And then, we began.


My body instantly at ease as Sirens stylist, Lauren, took me step by step through the process, asking many time if everything felt alright, and keeping conversation even when I had to lay eyes closed for 10 minutes.


Time and time again I watch these girls do amazing work, and I watch them be the most humbling and comforting salon staff. They are gracious and professional, but most of all, they truly care. They want the best for their clients and take great pride in their work.


It also didn’t hurt that when I woke up in a frenzy from a missed alarm this morning, I took a look in the mirror and was able to bypass makeup all together. Something that before would have never been the case with terribly transparent lashes.


So thank you Sirens, for keeping my spider legs in tact, and for walking me through a quite concerning experience.



**Eyelash dying is $30.00 and last for about 4 weeks.



-Stay dangerously beautiful,

Love Shelby

Hair How Too: The Fishtail



Fishtail braids always look plain and simple… until you start to do one yourself. Here at Sirens we don’t just want to do your hair, we want to teach you how to do it too! Our stylist, Lauren, took us through step-by-step instructions on how to perfect the perfect braid:


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1) Part your hair into pony tails (or keep as one large braid if desired). Take the first half of hair and slit it down the middle.

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2) Take a small portion of hair from the outside of one of the two halves and lace it over on top to the other half of hair.

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3) Combine the laced piece with the existing half and repeat the step above from the opposite half.


4) Continue pulling hair from the outer sides of the two halves and lacing it over to the opposite side.


5) Continue tightening hair as you lace strands to either side. Tie ends off with a small rubber band and admire the awesome work you just did!

Stay dangerously beautiful, Sirens Salon


Collaboration Nation


This past week we were asked to do hair and make up for an Austin Fusion Magazine photo shoot! It was a blast and the crew was amazing. The shoot was at Headdress clothing store on South Lamar and quickly became our new favorite shopping spot!

At Sirens we take photo shoots very seriously: Doing research and prep work as well as making sure our creations stay in place all shoot long! If you have a photo shoot coming up and are looking for a styling team check out Sirens!

Stay Dangerously beautiful, Sirens Salon