Benjamin has been a stylist since 2016. As the years progress he continues to take classes to learn new techniques and strive for perfection. Every time a guest sits in his chair, he aims to create a look that’s going to help them feel their best and be easy to maintain.
Kortney graduated from Tulsa Technology Center’s Cosmetology program in 2015. She has 3 years of on the floor salon experience, and has completed a 9 month training internship program at Raw Elements Salon. Kortney takes comfort in connecting with her guests and creating a look that is maintainable yet high end.
Katryna is a licensed master esthetician, helping guests to reach their full skincare potential since 2017. She is passionate about educating guests on their skin health and working to achieve visible results and self-confidence
Rachel believes being a stylist is more than creating gorgeous hair, but also about connecting with the individual in her chair. Establishing a relationship helps her to customize a unique look. She takes immense pride in being able to boost a person’s confidence through hair and makeup.
Hayli has been doing hair since 2018, after graduating from Central Technology in Drumright. She completed a 9 month internship program here at Raw Elements Salon, before beginning her personal journey as a hair artist.
With more than 15 years gathering experience and building a business in midtown I’m still hungry and still have a desire to innovate. I’ve attended extensive amounts of continued education through Aveda in the artistry of hair as well as the business and customer service side.
Christina has been a salon professional for over 15 years and has studied under Aveda for the past 5 years. She has gone to Paul Mitchell training in Las Vegas, Aveda Congress in Minneapolis, and a plethora of other courses in hairstylist education and customer service!
Lori has always had a passion for making people feel great about themselves. She believes it’s an absolute gift to come to work every day and not only use her words to lift others up but to also to use her craft to better one’s opinion of themselves!